Eh... Maybe I shouldn't have bothered with this thread... there has been about 1 post so far that actually had to do with the topic I brought up in the first place.
WTF! To quote a prediction, "ROLLING STONE SUCXX!"
And in regards to Lifeson, sloppy solos happen frequently to him live. Now, he may have been off that night, but when I saw them he had a few problems with some solos. The main reason that this bugs me is that he won't improvise! Even when he messes up on a part he doesn't try to make it sound better, while most great guitarists would.
espher: "I, for one, am outraged at the karaoke portion of this game.
Like many others who recently registered at these forums, I am illiterate."
Chuck Berry practically invented rock lead guitar, and easily should be higher than Eddie Van Halen. Johnny Ramone was placed on the list for the fact that his guitar part was revolutionary, the playing of three, four chords max during a song. Jack White is a guitar genius. The "bass" part in "Seven Nation Army"? All him. In addition, he is the only guitarist in the band unlike a certain Eddie Van Halen. Plus, he managed to get on the cover of RS with the Glimmer Twins.
The biggest problem i had with the list was it had Kim (I don;t know his last name) of soundgarden made it on the list.