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DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 11:09:27 pm »
Jimmy Page would win



DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 11:01:59 pm »
hahaha trying to bait me.

I'd go Chris Degarmo over Lynch any day.

and the guy can sing like a song bird


I was trying to think of any glam metal guitar player worthy of that movie....Slash was the only one who was close...and G N R was only glammy for about a year.


Paul Gilbert would be fun...but most people wouldn't know him.

that's why my first list would be my personal pick.

DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 10:40:56 pm »
and Morello did really do something "new" with the guitar....I mean can he play as well as Joe Satriani or probably not...well definitely not...but he re-defined the instrument maybe MORE than they did as crazy as that sounds...>Vai is very talented but most of the things he's done....are NOT original.  as I've gone back and listened to his work....he's basically like a computer...he will take things and then do them more crazy....but it's not very original....Flexible which at the time I how the **** did he come up with this I got more familiar with music outside of rock...I would find the songs he was riffing off it was a little disappointing but again the guy has such crazy's fun to hear things run through the "Vai filter"

Morello has a style totally unique to one did what he did...granted some of it became a joke after a while and his solos for audioslave were essentially pointless...but Rage Against the Machine during their heyday.....that was his prime moment of "genius"

DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 10:11:06 pm »

I saw that Vai concert from maybe 2 years back...and I mean he had the fan blowing on his hair and the girl with the violin, he's so melodramatic and it's this very swishy performance that doesn't seem real or spontaneous....

he's got the goods, and to be honest it's been so long since I've seen or read an interview with only real basis is his stage performance which reminds me of like how I perceive Rudy Sarzo...I know you just read his book and I've seen that one interview (TMS) but he's so goofy on's like that is ingrained in my head more than anything "and here's how I lick the bass"


Vai would be..."then I hire a hot asian violinist....I have my fan here so my hair will blow this way"


Joe Bonamassa just gets up and shreds


DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 09:59:35 pm »
Jeff Beck would actually be very cool.

another new player might be Joe Bonamassa.

I'd suggest Yngwie...but he might have the same issues as Vai...although Yngwie has mellowed with age to some extent.

thank goodness.


DVD's & Blu-rays / Re: It Might Get Loud (2009)
« on: February 23, 2012, 09:53:01 pm »
I've watched it at least 10 times...maybe 15...I really enjoy it...and can even just put it on for background noise while drawing.

as a matter of fact. I did just that today.

I didn't know there were two sides of the fence for this movie in all honesty...I'd think it's either for you or not...I can't imagine many people would just randomly watch this unless you were a big fan of the players or their stories.

that said....I have a few more names to throw into the list and would LOVE to see a part 2.

the most realistic 3 I would think would be either Pete Townsend (or Brian May) Eddie Van Halen, and probably Tom Morello.

not because I love all three....but I think you've got the 3 basics.....Steve Vai I think would be obnoxious although I do respect him as a player...he's so out there and I'd be worried he'd muck up the movie a little too much....he seems very "affected"  Satirani is a bore...sorry Chip you know how I feel about the guy....he's talented but it's like watching paint dry hearing him play most times......

Billy Gibbons would be interesting....but I mean if you are going to grab a 70's player or late 60's.....I'd go for either Brian May or Townsend.

it's a shame Hendrix isn't still alive...(well that goes without saying)  but man to have him, steve vai, and eddie van halen would have been pretty sick


I think everyone would have sat around and watched Jimi play


sorry don't know what happens...again I check all my links.

all three work fine for me

I have no idea why....and then I have no idea why they don't all work for you.

I just went back and re-checked them too...and all 3 were fine and went right to the pics (no extra clicks to see them or anything...they go directly to the jpgs.).


here's the original.

I ain't feeling the white lining on it

here's a link./


this isn't the's the other new one I think.

I would NOT be buried in this **** thing, no way no how

I'd come back to haunt whomever put me in that thing!


the only one I could find had red flames and it looked to be eric singer on it no was a photo and it didn't look like Ace and Peter.

I'd be buried in that solo albums's just under 4 K actually.

if that's yours it's in great shape!

ok the new KISS Kaskets look super bad ass.

$4500 unsigned and 5 grand signed

ah cool thanks.

was just about to head out to the living room to start Slashes book.

today was a total waste for least I'll end it with some hopefully entertaining.


now wouldn't that be nice.

How many Kiss coffins do you think they actually made?

weren't they about 5 grand a piece.....I know Dimebag Darrell is buried in one...or I think he was.

some idiots try and say Gene tried to charge them....that has got to be a total load of bullshit there is no **** way.  Gene was way more class than that/

going to e bay now to see if any have ever sold there


I just read about that.

so do you know what the difference is between the two?

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