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davidjp1982

Donating Member
Not sure if this has been done already but always keen on new guitarists - extra points for obscurity. I'll start - Buckethead - Scraps Live
 

abrooks12376

Active Member
Bucket head is sick!! I still think he's the guitarist for primus;) if have to say anything trey anastasio ripped in 95 takes the cake.
 

davidjp1982

Donating Member
Bucket head is sick!! I still think he's the guitarist for primus;) if have to say anything trey anastasio ripped in 95 takes the cake.
Couldn't find any reference to 95 takes the cake but listened to some of his stuff reminds me of local "Bristol pub blues" and a guy in particular called Tommy Allen I think his band was called Trafficker
 

dw1305

Well-Known Member
5 Year Member
Hi all,
"Buckethead - Sketches of Spain" enjoyed that, and it was via Miles Davies that I came to Jim Hall's version of "Concierto..." with Chet Baker on trumpet.

cheers Darrel
 

davidjp1982

Donating Member
Well if we're going down the Spanish guitar route I'd have to go for something obvious like Asturias - Isaac Albeniz - played by John William…:
 

davidjp1982

Donating Member
Hi all,
"Buckethead - Sketches of Spain" enjoyed that, and it was via Miles Davies that I came to Jim Hall's version of "Concierto..." with Chet Baker on trumpet.

cheers Darrel
Always good to convert some new buckethead fans :) awesome melodic shredder at times if you like that sort of thing check out stuff like worms for the garden and coats of Claude before plunging into his more jarring "outside" playing ;)



Or something more conservative on notes per second:
 
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