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Not that this would really do very well in the real world, but the three guys I'd love to sit up close to and watch play guitar (that are still alive) are:

Steve Vai
John Petrucci
Dave Mustaine


There are other guitar players that I would like to emulate more, but I'd be fascinated to watch those three play.
 

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G3 for different genres:

Fusion:
Allan Holdsworth
John McLaughlin
Frank Gambale

Classical:
Roland Dyens
Arnaud Dumond
Stephen Rak

Country:
Danny Gatton
Albert Lee
Roy Clark

Jazz:
Joe Pass
Pat Martino
George Benson

Traditional:
Vai
Satch
Petrucci

Canadian:
Frank Marino
Kim Mitchell
Rik Emmett
 

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Allan Holdsworth
Scott Henderson
Jeff Beck

special Guest: Michael Landau

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Jeff Flowerday said:
I guess I must be missing something that Kim Mitchell has done? Is there something I should listening to?
I'm a huge Kim Mitchell fan.

For fusion type stuff, I think some of his guitar work on Max Webster's Universal Juveniles and Mutiny up My Sleeve is my favourite.

Lots of guitar work on Kim's solo cds, check out Akimbo Alogo. He should have new cd out any month. I believe that ZZ Top's Bill Ham either produced or engineered the cd.
 

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CalgaryTerry said:
I'm a huge Kim Mitchell fan.

For fusion type stuff, I think some of his guitar work on Max Webster's Universal Juveniles and Mutiny up My Sleeve is my favourite.

Lots of guitar work on Kim's solo cds, check out Akimbo Alogo. He should have new cd out any month. I believe that ZZ Top's Bill Ham either produced or engineered the cd.
Didn't spend too much time listening to his Max Webster stuff. None of his solo stuff popped into my head as: man this guy can play.
 
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