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    I can't believe no one mentioned Jeff Beck! If you've ever seen him live, he's a monster slider! The dude knows the notes beyond the fretboard, all the way to the bridge!

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    Rock'n roll !



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    Quote Originally Posted by happytheman View Post
    Anything George Harrison played on..
    almost forgot Robbie Krieger..
    This. To me GH almost invented the "non blues melodic slide style". He is SO unrecognized for his slide playing. Probably because he didn't do any of it while in The Beatles.
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    I can't believe this went this far without mention of Lowell...and for that matter Paul Barrere. He's my favorite by a long shot.
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    Oh yeah, Paul is amazing. Little Feat is still worth seeing for his slide playing alone, not to mention the guitar badassery that is the one and only Fred Tackett! That guy is amazing. Little Feat never had any lack of talent in the band, that is for sure.

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    Hows about a shout out to the guitarists on Captain Beefheart's records who played "glass-finger guitar", "steel- appendage guitar" or just plain ole slide guitar.

    Ry Cooder(mentioned in this thread)
    Elliot Ingber(Winged Eel Fingerling)
    Zoot Horn Rollo(Bill Harkleroad)
    Jeff Moris Tepper
    Gary Lucas
    Richard Redus
    Denny Walley

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    Quote Originally Posted by jupiter0rjapan View Post
    Oh yeah, Paul is amazing. Little Feat is still worth seeing for his slide playing alone, not to mention the guitar badassery that is the one and only Fred Tackett! That guy is amazing. Little Feat never had any lack of talent in the band, that is for sure.
    I just saw them for the first time a few months ago,. They were really great.

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    Many good slide players, for sure. Favorite slide work in prog:

    Steve Howe in 'Maiden Voyage'. Holy smoke, that gives me chills.
    Andy Latimer, very tasteful solos throughout, seems there is quite a few nice slide bits off 'Nod & a Wink'

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    Johnny Winter re-opened it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmac View Post
    Johnny Winter re-opened it.

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    this guy dammit!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarplyrjvb View Post
    I can't believe no one mentioned Jeff Beck! If you've ever seen him live, he's a monster slider! The dude knows the notes beyond the fretboard, all the way to the bridge!
    Yes! I just watched him do this on the Tokyo '99 DVD.

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    Big Kudos for TJ Kirk. I saw them three times. Have both studio albums and their live one. I hope they play live again sometime.
    Me too! I've not been fortunate enough to see 'em live, but LOVE their three releases...have since followed every member of the group, and they all have some great releases out there too!
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    Don't know if its she has been mentioned since I haven't read all of the posts in the thread but:
    http://www.roryblock.com/

    Easy on the eyes too.

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    Prog slide


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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarlberg View Post
    Has anybody recorded song with slide bass? Not just fretless, but using an actual slide?
    Does Edgar Froese’s “glissando bass” on Tangerine Dream’s Zeit count?

    Quote Originally Posted by jupiter0rjapan View Post
    And I am amazed that I am the first person to mention Lowell George, who is a GOD among slide guitar players.
    I mentioned him second-hand, as June Millington’s slide guitar instructor.
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    Since Johnny Winter and Duane Allman have already been mentioned above, I've always loved Rory Gallagher:

    "And your little sister's immaculate virginity wings away on the bony shoulders of a young horse named George who stole surreptitiously into her geography revision."

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    Not sure if anyone mentioned Dave Hole

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