1. avatar frajam
    This has probably been talked about loads of times but im just curious as to who your overall top 10 Guitar heroes would be.

    Here's mine

    1.Brian may
    2.Jimi Hendrix
    3.Rory Gallagher
    4.Django Rhienhart
    5.Gary Moore
    6.Dave Gilmour
    7.Matt Bellamy
    8.Mark Knopfler
    9.Prince
    10.Pete Townshend
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  2. avatar Danny McCormack
    Someone's been watching 'The Story Of The Guitar'
  3. avatar Amz
    [quote:2353aa6e32="Danny McCormack"]Someone's been watching 'The Story Of The Guitar'[/quote:2353aa6e32]

    Twas a decent enough show I thought... Though I cant really remember any of it now...
  4. avatar frajam
    [quote:ea3a9a10c4="Danny McCormack"]Someone's been watching 'The Story Of The Guitar'[/quote:ea3a9a10c4]

    How right you are :lol:
  5. avatar jenniemcc
    Guitarist's what?
  6. avatar my-angel-rocks
    [quote:98656b7254="jenniemcc"]Guitarist's what?[/quote:98656b7254]

    Damn, beaten to it...
  7. avatar JTM
    Andres Segovia and Julian Bream. Locally the guy from Exit can shred like no-one else, for note selection I'll go with Tracer AMC's lead man.

    And its spelt guitari'st's...
  8. avatar Danny McCormack
    Pedants
  9. avatar frajam
    [quote:0941f60561="jenniemcc"]Guitarist's what?[/quote:0941f60561]

    yea yea i cant spel 4 sht

    Oh there i go again :roll:
  10. avatar Sinnerb0y
    Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page gotta be up there like.. Also karate kid at the end of "crossroads".. Steve Vai is such a bitch :-D
  11. avatar the_doctor199
    Matt Bellamy :D
  12. avatar Amz
    Tom Morello is usually mentioned for style etc.

    hum...Bert Jansch is pretty good acoustic wise, but I'll be honest in my lack of enthusiasm for 'virtuous' guitar playing.

    I has liked a bit of the ol' Django Rhienhart in the past though. And of course the Jimi et Jimmy...
  13. avatar Crackity_jones
    [quote:754b63bc09="Amz"]hum...Bert Jansch is pretty good acoustic wise, but I'll be honest in my lack of enthusiasm for 'virtuous' guitar playing.[/quote:754b63bc09]

    Same here. Joey Santiago takes some beating for pure axe godliness. He might not be the most technically gifted, but everything he did was perfect.
  14. avatar Rock Danger
    Stephen Egerton
    Ralph Spight
    Brian Baker
    Warren Fitzgerald
  15. avatar the_doctor199
    Just to add another, Rodrigo y Gabriela are awesome as well
  16. avatar Thedevilsfavouriteson
    aaron north
    dan gallucci
    josh homme
    ron ashton
    omar rodriguez
    speedo
    brent hinds
    aaron north
    aaron north
    aaron north
  17. avatar DontPetABurningDog
    The answer is Angus Young.
  18. avatar The Fires of Hell
    [img:05215e65f6]http://imitatingart.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/battle-of-the-bands-pic.jpg[/img:05215e65f6]
  19. avatar Deestroyer
    Buddy Guy
    Jonny Greenwood
    Tom Morello
    Josh Homme
    Robert Cray
    Derek Trucks
    Lar? from Adebisi Shank
    Gary Moore (one of the best solos ever http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=CxkzluURe7g)
    Jimi Hendrix
    Noel Gallagher (ahem)
  20. avatar The Ronster
    FOH, why on earth do you have such a ridiculously hi-res version of that amazing pic at your disposal!?
  21. avatar my-angel-rocks
    http://fastfude.org/topic.php?id=22887
  22. avatar Strong Reaction
    Robert Johnson
    Nick Drake
    Angus Young
    Bob Mould
    Greg Ginn
    Eddie Van Halen
    Randy Rhoads
    Warren Fitzgerald
  23. avatar daveshorty
    El Hefe!
  24. avatar Recycled Alien
    One of those BBC guitar programmes was about Julian Bream. An absolute master.

    I reckon he could play anything in the rock world by any guitarist, while no "guitar hero" would have a chance with Bream's classical repertoire.

    The following programme with Page, Gilmour etc. really hammered home how crap they actually are.
  25. avatar T Entertainment
    Croseey's not just my favourite guitarist - he's my first, my last, my everything.
  26. avatar Deestroyer
    I watched that Bream programme too, he was amazing. I'm also amazed by a lot of gypsy jazz players in the Django vein. The speed of them is crazy. This is pretty impressive. http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=J_pfmrj0rxc
  27. avatar johnnymcclure
    Matt Bellamy is shit, wise up... turn off all the effects and he's just a prat with a whiney voice...

    Bryan May, Rory Gallagher, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison, Chuck Berry are some of the best.
    You can argue two ways you can say that those shred guys are amazing cus they can play fast and with great technique etc, but i'm more inclined towards meaningful guitarists like Harrison.
  28. avatar Chi-Lite
    I love meaningful guitarists!

    Yay!

    Like The Edge, or the guy who plays the acoustic on Mr Big Classic "I'm the one who wants to be with you"
  29. avatar tinpot anto
    Top 10 guitarist's what?
  30. avatar wannywan
    In no particular order:

    Jimmy Page
    Brian May
    Nuno Bettencourt
    Eddie Van Halen
    Bert Jansch
    Nick Drake
    Les Paul
    Steve Vai
    Tommy Emmanuel
    Doyle Dykes
  31. avatar JTM
    [quote:8cbd9434d5="tinpot anto"]Top 10 guitarist's what?[/quote:8cbd9434d5]

    We already did that one. And we already had the inevitable pedants response.


    I'll third Django, and I don't usually like the widdly stuff but Vai is worth a +1.
  32. avatar tinpot anto
    Any more of this poor punctuation and I'll get my Panda to come round and shoot one off.



    You can actually tell a lot about a person from their answer to this one.

    1. Peter Green
    2. Jimi Hendrix
    3. Rory Gallagher
    (The Top 3 are really a joint first)
    4. Steve Cropper
    5. Howlin Wolf
    6. Leadbelly
    7. Robert Johnson
    8. Big Bill Broonzy
    9. Elmore James
    10. Al Anderson
  33. avatar Chi-Lite
    Fair play.

    Green
    Townshend
    Johnson
    Martyn
    Reed
    Barrett (Syd, not Wild Willie)
    Moran (Leo)
    Buckingham (Lyndsey)
    Verlaine (Tom)
    Adams (Bill)
  34. avatar tinpot anto
    Aye See John Martyn like, aye.
  35. avatar frajam
    Ive realised ive had to make a modification to my top 10. Was thinking about this last nite, and i knew 1 guy was missing. So in place of Dave Navarro i whacked in the ' the wee man himself ' PRINCE!!! He's such a talented fecker.
  36. avatar Per
    no Neil Young or J Mascis yet? shame on you all. also Ler from Primus and Rowland S Howard from the Birthday Party. a feedback master.
  37. avatar tinpot anto
    Aye see Neil Young.

    Him and Martyn are 11 and 12. :)
  38. avatar dommccann
    joe bonamassa anyone?
  39. avatar Dirty Stevie Grizz
    I love lists of famous guitarists.
  40. avatar dommccann
    ooooooo.....ooooooooooh!!! anyone seen seasick steve? 3 strings man!
  41. avatar nocturn
    Jimmy Page
    Angus Young
    Slash (Yip, i said it)
    Hetfield (as a rhythm guitarist the mans a god)
    Greg Ginn
    Tom Morello
    Townshend
    David Gilmour
    Dimebag Darrell (but not in an "omg RIP Dimebag!" fanboy kinda way.)
    Jack White (I love his tone, and his riffs, simplistic though they are)
  42. avatar Per
    oh yeah Robbie Robertson, Prince and Frank Zappa too
  43. avatar johndarcy
    it's a toss up between 'Head' and 'Munky' from KoRn for number 1 surely...
  44. avatar bottleofsmoke
    Stephen Egerton great shout Rock Danger. Tho I would have Greg Hetson ahead of Brian Baker anyday. Also, Elliott Smith, D.Boon, Brendan Benson, Joshua Homme who I don't think have been mentioned...
  45. avatar Dirty Stevie Grizz
    Paul Arthurs
  46. avatar Nathan Jones
    Dave Navarro, just for the solo in '3 Days'.
  47. avatar The Grace Jones
    [quote:fc5ac3147b="johndarcy"]it's a toss up between 'Head' and 'Munky' from KoRn for number 1 surely...[/quote:fc5ac3147b]

    When Head found Jesus, there was a passion and intensity to his one finding-of-Jesus that another Jesus-finding-guitarist could not achieve with a [i:fc5ac3147b]thousand[/i:fc5ac3147b] findings-of-Jesus.
  48. avatar T Entertainment
    [quote:b1390695eb="Nathan Jones"]Dave Navarro, just for the solo in '3 Days'.[/quote:b1390695eb]

    Agreed.
  49. avatar frajam
    yeah, i reckon his work in the red hot chili peppers is somewhat under-rated. I actually prefer him than john frusciante. Dont get me wrong i love john.f but i just preferred dave.
  50. avatar T Entertainment
    I think he's one of the best guitarists in the world [i:96c69a6379]despite[/i:96c69a6379] having played for RCHP. 8)
  51. avatar kinta1
    all well and good but who are the top 10 local bands ? ;-)
  52. avatar Steven Dedalus
    [quote:aa0d465c51="T Entertainment"]I think he's one of the best guitarists in the world [i:aa0d465c51]despite[/i:aa0d465c51] having played for RCHP. 8)[/quote:aa0d465c51]

    I wouldn't go as far as saying he's one of the best guitarists in the world, but the fact that I like him [i:aa0d465c51]at all[/i:aa0d465c51], and he was in Chilli Willie's Red Hot Peppers, is praise for something.

    Anyone who can come out of the Chilli Willie band with any respect at all, is a God in my book (or possibly in league with the dark powers).

    But a black mark against Navarro for the size of his head, which is completely out of proportion to the rest of his body.
  53. avatar The enfant terrible
    To be honest I think that's balls. The Peppers have went downhill in recent years but both Fruciante (or however it's spelt), flea and smith are first class at the their instruments and tight as a unit. The only one who ballses it up is Kedis with his hippy/over-sexed/pseudo-beat/arse biscuits lyrics, his voice is passable.

    That said I like Terrance Trent D'arby.
  54. avatar T Entertainment
    To be honest, I firmly believe RHCP - in every imaginable incarnation and on every level - are an execrable abortion of a band. I'd rather listen to the sound of my own skin being sanded off.

    FHM's 'band of all time', indeed.
  55. avatar Comparison Ford
    My first post!
    I've been really liking the stuff that Richard Thompson has done, especially the slide guitar intro section to Calvary Cross, and the free jam in the middle of the live version, on "I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight".
    Another is the work of George Harrison. Brilliant guitarist.
  56. avatar Recycled Alien
    [quote:1a91d05f46="The enfant terrible"]...flea and smith are first class at the their instruments and tight as a unit.[/quote:1a91d05f46]I'm a bass player and nothing I've ever heard Mr Flea play has impressed me in the slightest, and any time I've tried to play along to one of their songs, I've nailed it straight off.

    So, either I'm a genius, or Flea is average.

    On a similar basis: maybe this thread should be closed to those who can't play guitar themselves. :D
  57. avatar trepanner
    [quote:43b8cea9fa="T Entertainment"]I'd rather listen to the sound of my own skin being sanded off.
    [/quote:43b8cea9fa]

    Many would. :wink:
  58. avatar The enfant terrible
    [quote:13c04fbf52="Recycled Alien"][quote:13c04fbf52="The enfant terrible"]...flea and smith are first class at the their instruments and tight as a unit.[/quote:13c04fbf52]I'm a bass player and nothing I've ever heard Mr Flea play has impressed me in the slightest, and any time I've tried to play along to one of their songs, I've nailed it straight off.

    So, either I'm a genius, or Flea is average.

    On a similar basis: maybe this thread should be closed to those who can't play guitar themselves. :D[/quote:13c04fbf52]

    You're probably a genius. I wouldn't be surprised.
  59. avatar rentaghost
    hmm...

    Flea in a sock
    v
    Recycled Alien in a sock

    I'm definitely running away from both options there.
  60. avatar Herb
    A LaFaro discussion of this topic brought up-


    Mike Bloomfield
    Duane Dennison
    John McLaughlin
    Steve Albini
    Marc Ribot
    Warren Ellis
    Robert Johnson
    Graham Coxon
    That boy from Adebisi Shank
    Django Reinhardt
    Birelli Lagrene
  61. avatar robotdogmidget
    jimi hendrix
    james hetfield
    pete townshend
    eddie van halen
    dimebag darrell
    gary moore
    rory gallagher
    jim martin
    adam jones
    kim thayil
    satch
  62. avatar RudeMood
    [quote:f4da00a918]or the guy who plays the acoustic on Mr Big Classic "I'm the one who wants to be with you"[/quote:f4da00a918]

    That would be the shred-tacular Paul Gilbert.

    Can't believe nobody has mentioned [size=18:f4da00a918]Tommy Emmanuel[/size:f4da00a918] yet!
  63. avatar guitar_103
    Jonny Greenwood?
  64. avatar Deestroyer
    +1 on Graham Coxon. The solo in Coffee and TV is an amazing moment. Mike McCready is conspicuous by his absence here. I saw some footage of him playin the old Even Flow solo on a DVD someone had - it was nothing short of a disgrace (and I used to like a bit of Pearl Jam). Also saw Slash tryin to play Hey Joe at some award ceremony a few years ago and it was utterly painful, needless meandering noodling.
  65. avatar Jeebas
    Keef, Neil Young, Ry Cooder, Nels Cline, Son House, Richard Thompson, Albert Collins, Danny Gatton, John Martyn, BB King, Freddie King, Peter Green, Chet Atkins, J Mascis, etc etc etc etc etc etc

    Aren't lists great?

    What's your favourite list? :)
  66. avatar DeliriumTremens
    How aboot

    Daniel Kessler
    Isaac Brock
    Muddy Waters
    Nick Zinner

    in no particular order.

    Aye i love a good list
  67. avatar frajam
    [quote:e699271a79="Deestroyer"] Also saw Slash tryin to play Hey Joe at some award ceremony a few years ago and it was utterly painful, needless meandering noodling.[/quote:e699271a79]

    Im gettin slaughtered sumthin shockin on youtube, for sayin pretty much the same thing about that :lol:
  68. avatar Deestroyer
    [quote:4b8e530728="frajam"][quote:4b8e530728="Deestroyer"] Also saw Slash tryin to play Hey Joe at some award ceremony a few years ago and it was utterly painful, needless meandering noodling.[/quote:4b8e530728]

    Im gettin slaughtered sumthin shockin on youtube, for sayin pretty much the same thing about that :lol:[/quote:4b8e530728]

    Did you see said performance too? Man, it was a mess. He just completely ran out of ideas in front of like 10,000 people, and several million on TV. it went something like this.

    widdleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddley widdleywiddley whoooooooooooooop (bend) widdleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddley Whoooooop! Whooooooop, widdleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddleywiddley. For fuck sake son, play a fuckin melody ya cool lookin c*nt...

    Don't get me wrong, Slash has a few good solos behind him (i'm sure), but that really showed him up.

    This isn't the clip in question, but it is hilarious.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NHyl04-ytH8

    Edit: link is acting strangely. Just search for Slash Shreds on Youtube.
  69. avatar tinpot anto
    I forgot to say Curtis Mayfield.
  70. avatar TheJaneBradfords
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_M9zWORBuA
  71. avatar Deestroyer
    [quote:6240de7b3d="TheJaneBradfords"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_M9zWORBuA[/quote:6240de7b3d]

    Sketch.
  72. avatar whipchorus
    I love the fact that he made Eric Clapton sound like Greg Ginn.
  73. avatar Tiocfaidh Ar La
    1) Jimi Hendrix, The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    “I love this guy i litteraly worship him!!
    2) Slash

    “I’VE NEVER HEARD A SOLO LIKE THE ONE HE PLAYED IN NOVEMBER RAIN, AND DON’T FORGET ABOUT ALL THOSE INTROS LIKE SWEET CHILD O’ MINE, WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE, PARADISE CITY, CIVIL WAR,

    3) Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin
    As a true musical virtuoso, Mr. Page has been a pioneer for all guitarists who have followed. The beauty and complexity of his compositions and performances produce an emotion in the listener emanating from the very depths of ones soul. Many guitarists have attempted to duplicate his sound but fail miserably. He and the other extremely talented members of Led Zeppelin composed and performed without limits.

    4) rory gallagher
    what can ya say....X


    5) Prince

    “Prince is well known for being able to play many instruments and there is no doubt within the music industry that he is one the worlds leading guitarists. Prince taught himself to play by the age of 13 and by 16 was able to play Santana note for note. When he hit the mainstream with his first album at the age of 20 he was already being compared to the likes of Hendrix. And he still had a long way to go.

    One thing that become apparent very early on with Prince was that he wasn’t tied down to one style of music and excelled with a versatility not seen in anyone else before or since. Because of this versatility not all his released music is guitar focused and therefore he hasn’t always been judged for his skills as a guitarist.

    Arranging and Producing his own music from the beginning Prince has also become an extremely adept guitar engineer in the studio and live on stage with an ability to manage a wide range of effects simultaneously, whilst also arranging the other band members’ sections.

    His ability to play guitar at the top of his game in all styles of music shows how skillful he is, and there has not been one stage he has performed on where he hasn’t torn the house down.

    From loud, dirty, distorted and burning fast to slow acoustic and emotionally charged playing, Prince’s range on guitar is even larger than that of his vocal range. There are technical guitarists and there are talented guitarists and then there is simply Prince.

    6) Eddie Van Halen, Van Halen
    One of the most skilled and innovative guitarists ever. Fastest right hand in the business.

    7) Pete Townshend
    WOW!! words fail to express how much this guy rocks!!

    8) Neal Schon, Journey

    “Kicks ass man!

    9) Buckethead
    Buckethead’s unique style and impossible guitar solos make him the best guitarist. No one can or has gotten close to how wonderful his style sounds. Nor has a guitarist been able to rip such insane, long guitar solos. If Buckethead isn’t using his trademark style, he is playing metal/techno/chicken-picking/thrash metal/experimental/jazz/rock/and many more.

    10) Kirk Hammett, Metallica

    “He’s not the best, but man is he good. He’s definitely heavy metal, and can go insane with a guitar. If you’ve heard him play any of his better songs, you’ll know what I mean.”
  74. avatar themetalmartyr
    Couldn't really say whos the best 10 guitarists but 10 who've inspired me are:

    Wolf Hoffman (Accept)
    K,K Downing (Judas Priest)
    Eddie Clarke (ex Motorhead)
    George Thorogood
    Wurzel (ex Motorhead)
    Steve Stevens (Billy Idol)
    Yngwie Malmsteen
    Glenn Tipton (Judas Priest)
    Angus Young (AC/DC)
    Reverend Nice (DeepSwitch)
  75. avatar Gandalf
    Jimi Hendrix
    Jimmy Page
    Stevie Vai
    Eddie Van Halen
    Randy Rhoads
    Rory Gallagher
    Richie Blackmore
    Mark Knopfler
    Billy Gibbons
    BB King

    Maybe not the ten greatest,but I bet you would recognise them all after just a couple of notes....all individual and all their own style....well I think so.
  76. avatar login
    Freddie King has to be up there.
    Top 3 I say.
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=XdPD1rcQlig
  77. avatar The enfant terrible
    No Johnny Marr? He'd be in mine. Agree with what he who must not be named said about Prince. When You Were Mine has a great riff.
  78. avatar Zach TPT
    even though this was posted a fair bit ago...
    i'd say john frusciante needs to be in there
  79. avatar loveisthelaw
    In no particular order:

    Vernon Reid
    Ritchie Kotzen
    Reb Beach
    Steve Morse
    Alex Lifeson
    Bert Jansch
    Jan Cyrka
    Jennifer Batten
    Chuck Schulinder
    Warren Cuccurullo

    How come I am the first to have mentioned the above guitarists? I didn't just mention them to be different, as eccentric as I am
  80. avatar solid_air
    george harrison , clapton , stevie ray vaughan , carlos santana , tom morello , peter green , tony iommmi , Robby Krieger , graham coxon.
  81. avatar maddenrockband
    for me i would have to say:

    JOE PERRY
    SLASH
    ANGUS/MALCOLM YOUNG
    JOHN FOGERTY
    KEITH RICHARDS
    RANDY RHODES
    PETE TOWNSEND
    JIMMY PAGE
    BRIAN MAY
    KEITH URBAN
  82. avatar The Stav
    Off the top of me head, in no order:

    Keith Richards
    Chuck Berry
    Hubert Sumlin
    Freddie King
    Jack White
    Duane Allman
    Big Bill Broonzy
    Steve Cropper
    Pete Townshend
    Robbie Robertson
    Mick Taylor
    Nigel Tufnell

    Not a 'shredder' in sight! Shredding is for wee boys wanking in their bedrooms.
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  83. avatar The Stav
    Forgot to mention Jimi. And Bob Johnson. Goes without saying.
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  84. avatar Chi-Lite
    Big Bill Broonzy, like it.

    no mention of our Lou yet? Reed, obviously.
  85. avatar The Stav
    Yeah Lou Reed's class. I prefer Ollie though. He did a mean Wild Thing.
  86. avatar Deestroyer
    The guitar solo during Baker street was just on Radio 2 there. Fuck me it's amazing.
  87. avatar belezabaub
    Elliott Smith is a seriously underrated guitarist. I think because his songwriting and arrangement was so good people lose sight of of how good he was. "Everything reminds me of her" and "Condor ave" are particularly good examples of his work.
    Mississippi John Hurt is pretty special too. The guy has more rhythm in his right hand than most drummers have in their whole body.
    My personal favourite is J Mascis. He is sloppy but thats half the appeal. I think he is the closest thing the world has seen to Hendrix who is head and shoulders above anyone else but that sort of goes without saying.
  88. avatar whipchorus
    Oh yeah, Steve Clark, because he

    Is dead
    Was an alco
    Wore his Gibson at exactly the right height
  89. avatar Lightonthehillside
    Mick Ronson
    Stuart Adamson
    John McGeogh
    Steve Jones
    Bill Nelson
    Poison Ivy
    Chris Spedding
  90. avatar Lightonthehillside
    Forgot Tom Verlaine
  91. avatar Alex-Circadian
    Rory Gallagher

    /thread.
  92. avatar Snipergoat
    Robert Fripp
    Steve Howe
    Steve Hackett
    Frank Zappa
    John McLaughlin
    David Gilmour
    Adrian Belew
    Andy Latimer
    Martin Barre
    Mikael Akerfeldt
  93. avatar oldflattop
    Bad omission so far - Andy McKee. He plays The Menagerie tomorrow night...
    And our own NI legend Henry McCullough is hard to beat on a good night. The guitar work he did with Joe Cocker at Woodstock was simply awesome. Henry also did the guitar parts for the original recording of Jesus Christ Superstar. He was paid a meager 70 quid for the session and that album still sells millions.
    Peter O'Hanlon from Strabane who is playing Strat with Bap Kennedy these days is one hell of a player.
    Also in the acoustic world, check out Clive Carroll. He can really hold his own with Tommy Emmanuel. In fact he took over and completed Tommy's set in Vicar Street a few years ago - complete with dodgy Aussie accent and Tommy's famous one-liners - when Tommy took ill on stage!
  94. avatar gared
    Ahh guitarist lists.

    Here is my 10 in no particular order of preference......for now:

    1. Michael Landau
    2. Ty Tabor
    3. Robben Ford
    4. Michael Thompson
    5. Larry Carlton
    6. Steve Lukather
    7. Jeff Kollman
    8. Dave Martone
    9. Jay Graydon
    10. Paul Jackson Jr

    I could have choosen loads more but seeing as how the list is 10 only there is my selection.
  95. avatar himynameissween
    1. tom delonge (early blink stuff was great)
    2. billie-joe armstrong (pre-dookie)
    3. tom morello
    4. el hefe
    5. jim adkins
    6. kurt cobain
    7. dave grohl
    8. jade from AFI
    9. angus young
    10. noodles
  96. avatar Your ma's cock is huge
    Scott Jam Rosie or Phil Coulter.