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In early 1990, the editors of GW selected the 50 best guitar albums of the '80s. Dive in!
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Jeff Beck on Hendrix, the British blues explosion and his "poor man’s pedal steel" approach.
In 1986, we put Ed and Les together in the same room to talk about what they knew best.
“I was still using my black Flying V on Ride the Lightning, but ‘Fade to Black’ sounds different—it has a warmer sound—because I used the neck pickup and played through a wah-wah pedal all the way in the ‘up’ position,” says Kirk Hammett.
"I had a very clear idea of where I wanted to go with my guitar playing on …And Justice for All,” recalls Kirk Hammett. “Unfortunately we didn’t have enough time for me to fully execute my ideas.
Joining the Experience for the initial “Watchtower” session was Traffic guitarist Dave Mason, who, it was decided, would contribute a 12-string acoustic part.
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