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I like how they inluded lesser known but highly respected in the guitar world guitarists, such as Joe Satriani and Yngwie Malmsteen, and John Petrucci from Dream Theatre, but only once.

EDIT: Oh right, it was in GUITARWORLD magazine! I forgot!

These are my only complaints:

Smells like Teen Spirit at number 26? I like Nirvana, but thats not a good solo!

Machine Gun should have been higher, though.

Whole Lotta Love shouldn't have been on there.

I thought Money's solo was a sax solo?

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I like how they inluded lesser known but highly respected in the guitar world guitarists, such as Joe Satriani and Yngwie Malmsteen, and John Petrucci from Dream Theatre, but only once.

EDIT: Oh right, it was in GUITARWORLD magazine! I forgot!

These are my only complaints:

Smells like Teen Spirit at number 26? I like Nirvana, but thats not a good solo!

Machine Gun should have been higher, though.

Whole Lotta Love shouldn't have been on there.

I thought Money's solo was a sax solo?

Whole lotta love is a tad high, but geez it's just to awesome, if somewhat short, not to be on it. I just love when it hits the drums then slams into it.

Money's solo is half sax, half guitar. It doesn't matter though; it should be remembered for the bass line anyway. ;)

Everything else I agree with.

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:puppyeyes:Holy Mother solo where Clapton poures out his

Grief for the death of his friend the great RICHARD MANUEL

how is this missing, how can a thousand notes a minute ever come above true feelings of life and loss .

this list needs re doing

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