Ted Nugent Rates Other Guitar Players in 1987 Guitar World Interview

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jefffos

I've said this before and I'll keep saying it. Who gives a rat's a** what this racist, loud mouth has been has to say. Which the exception of one, maybe two guys on that least, every one of those players would lay waste to Ted head to head. If we need Nugent's input to be a better guitarist, I'm just going to hang it up!!!

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RattandRoll

Jake E Lee was everything but a Standard guitarist

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h1wystr

TERRY KATH (Chicago): The best 'lead/rhythm' player ever. Very technical and melodic. Master of the wah. A very jazzy player that incorporates pychedelic blues. Even Jimi Hendrix thought he was the best!

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diabolical

Too bad they left out the Page description because it is so true!

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pvb

Hey, this article has been edited! I remember this article and his comments about Jimmy Page which I believe were, "Grossly overrated, a real fumble fingers who aspired to be as lyrical as Jeff Beck but fell flat on his stoned face." I held that against him for a long time! lol

But, have since forgiven the Nuge.......

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Jetplane

Jimmy Page was a "big feeling" player. So much emotion. But technically, he was a little sloppy.

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scuzzbopper

Hehehe....Where's Shawn Lane? Oh...what a story...

Airric

NO RANDY RHOADS WTF

dalebfast

Ted, one of my guitar hero's, that taught me something. I also liked to play with a hollow-body electric at outrageous volumes!!

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