Great Guitar Albums Of All Time . . . .

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  1. ricksdisconnected

    ricksdisconnected Well-Known Member

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    i totally agree with this guy.
     
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    Iggy always appreciates the guitar's proportionate relevance to a great song
     
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    acdc-back-in-black-album-cover-650.jpg maxresdefault.jpg These two are stand outs imo . Both were ground breaking at the time of their releases etc .
     
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    Jeff Beck: Blow by blow
    Chet Atkins picks on The Beatles
    The Hellecasters: Escape from Hollywood
     
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    Bad News, from the eponymous 1987 album produced by Brian May:

     
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    Crikey Well-Known Member

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    some are already mentioned.
    Thats what did it for me too. young man and heard that on the radio and was like good lort!
     
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    Crikey Well-Known Member

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    U2's album War was a unique one in which the guitar is still the main instrument but the way the Edge used effects was masterful.
     
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    Top 5 Desert Guitar albums
    VH1- Van Halen
    Heaven and Hell- Black Sabbath
    Dark Side of the Moon- Pink Floyd
    Ozzy- Blizzard of Ozz- Randy Rhodes
    Back in Black - ACDC

    So many others but these 5 for the island
     
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    Tokyo Tapes
    Strangers in the Night
    All the World's a Stage
    the Song Remains the Same
    Made in Japan
     
  10. RickyLee

    RickyLee Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    LMFAO!!!!
     
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    Neil Young - "Live Rust"

    And agree about the Highway to Hell album. One of the best ever.
     
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    I don't think that is the best guitar album ever but somehow it has something that brings me back to listen to it time after time. I heard it the week it came out and I heard it for the billionth time last week. Never gets old.

    Koss :cheers:

    Also might be something to do with being one of the few albums where you can hear the purity of a burst into a cranked superlead with nothing in the way.
     
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    purpleplexi Well-Known Member

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    No-one's mentioned Allman Bros live at the Fillmore. Burst/Marshall heaven.
    Also have to mention Alex Harvey live at the BBC. No-one tortures an SG like Zal Cleminson.
     
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