The Guitar 1980-1989 | Rock Guitar Heroes

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  • Опубліковано 28 вер 2018
  • In this episode we explore the Rock guitarists that every serious guitarist should know between 1980-1989.
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  • Daniel Donegan

    Stevie Ray Vaughan, single handedly revived blues in the 1980's. One of the greatest of all time.

  • Aaron Lessard

    It is truly remarkable the impact Eddie Van Halen had on everyone…

  • tritone11

    Prince gets overlooked by guitarists because he isn’t just a guitarist, but about 7 other things as well. His sound, masyery and musicality on the instrument is unmistakable , shaped the 80s and he cant be left off a top 100 guitarists of all time list, no matter how you look at it.

  • Justin McAdara

    One of my favorite guitarists from the 80's was Prince. His ability to create memorable solos and his amazing tone really stood out during that period.

  • Klenovica Klen

    Malmsteen deserves couple of videos gor himself.

  • Mark Hodges

    Mark Knopfler. Innovator. From the first lick, you know what/who you're hearing. Absolutely 1 of a kind. Cleanest. Range is phenomenal. He can play it all.

  • Mauricio Caranicola
    Mauricio Caranicola Рік тому +443

    Sadly you forgot Dave Murray and Adrian Smith from Iron Maiden and Glen Tipton and k.k downing from Judas.. Those 4 guys influenced tons of peoples and did iconic work on their respective bands.

  • Gary McCowan

    Have always loved Dave "Buck Dharma" Roeser from Blue Oyster Cult! He can play anything from "Last Days of May" to "Buck's Boogie" to "The Alchemist". So many different riffs and styles.

  • Giovanni S

    Alex lifeson is probably one of the most underrated guitarists of all time

  • Pestiferous Shredder

    I know I'm 3 years late, but I think Frank Gambale needed to be included in the Innovator category at the very least. He's a Fusion/Rock/Metal player, but I believe he was one of the first, if not the first, to sweep pick arpeggios. I recall seeing a video where he claimed to have discovered this unique way of playing which is literally all through '80s and '90s Metal, and is still in massive use today.

  • Ben 'Fordie' Ford

    So many amazing guitarists but Knopfler does something like no other. His tone and feel hits me so hard. Outstanding musician. The whole package

  • Samuel Parfait

    Not sure where you would categorize him, but Steve Clark from Def Leppard I feel is worthy to have made it on one of these list. The guy had some amazing riffs, and ever since his passing Def Leppard's sound hasn't been the same. Truly feel he made the sound of Def Leppard that everyone remembers!

  • chaos1961
    chaos1961 Рік тому +389

    Stevie Ray Vaughan should be part of the innovators category as well as the blues base category. Truly a genius.

  • Mathias Steen Jensen

    The inclusion of Reb Beach and ESPECIALLY Dann Huff warms my heart. Dann Huff and his band Giant were VASTLY underrated

  • Tone Canyon

    Out of all these cats, I always thought Vito Bratta solo to WAIT was the most difficult and sublime. It is so melodic and awesome, you don’t hear the technique per se. But that was a tough one to learn! So tasty!

  • Kirk Phillips

    Rick, what about Rick Emmett? He seemed to add so many cool styles into his playing. He along with Lifeson were two of my favorites in the late 70’s early 80’s.

  • Brian Davies

    I am amazed that Tom Scholz of Boston is not among the innovators. His sound is unique, and he is not a bad player either!

  • LRN_News
    LRN_News  +17

    George Lynch is definitely an innovator, he's literally a pioneer shredder

  • Reagan Hamitlon
    Reagan Hamitlon 3 роки тому +78

    I've always thought Neil Giraldo was an underrated player. He's a great songwriter and a huge part of Pat Benatar's sound.

  • Tom Battaglia

    I thought this was very inclusive. So glad to see Gary Moore, Steve Morse and Nuno get mentioned. They seem to get overlooked most of the time. For your last three to make it four should probably include Malcolm Young as one of the greatest create-the-foundation-for-others players. Oh, it was also a nice tribute to Mike Varney and Shrapnel. So much great talent we may not have heard without that label. I definitely agree with the folks who mentioned SRV and Rik Emmet.