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    The "Forgotten Cool Guitar Shit of the '80s" thread...

    I'll start:


    #2




    This man never gets enough credit. He was out-playing and crushing everyone in the 80's with a 78' Gibson Les Paul Custom.

    John Sykes.

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      #3
      ^ RIP Cozy Powell.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Mike View Post
        I'll start:

        Saga was one of the first bands I LOVED as a kid. Ian Crichton was shredding way before shredding was cool.

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          #5
          Don't expect much, it's not like I'm a Rocket Surgeon...

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            #6
            The song it's attached to is kind of drippy, but Uli Roth's solo on the outro of "I'll Be There" is still one of the most amazing things I've ever heard:

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              #7
              Originally posted by Iron1 View Post
              I had this whole show on a VHS I snagged from my uncle. It's the VHS that opened me up to a TON of 80's dudes because it had the Making Of Hear N' Aid on it, which had every popular 80's shredder on it except Vai and EVH. After that it was the Dio concert, then a a few old instructional videos, Frank Gambale, Steve Lukather and Michael Angelo Batio....I think Brian May was on it too. I used to watch that VHS over and over. It also had Ryche's Live In Tokyo at the very end.





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                #8
                Originally posted by Mike View Post
                I'll start:

                I played the shit out of them back in the day.

                I also played this a ton. Tony Carey for the win.








                the only band to ever make me want a Les Paul



                lots of nights hittimg different kegs and blasting these guys

                O K T H E N

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