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The Edge

The Edge

The Police were a new kind of power trio, and Andy Summers was the main reason. Quickly moving away from punk, he recast jazz chords and reggae rhythms as headlong rock & roll. Summers played as sparely as possible, constructing clipped twitches or dubby washes of sound – leaving ample room for Sting and Stewart Copeland. "His tone and style were just absolutely perfect – he left space around everything," Rush's Alex Lifeson said.

The Police were a new kind of power trio, and Andy Summers was the main reason. Quickly moving away from punk, he recast jazz chords and reggae rhythms as headlong rock & roll. Summers played as sparely as possible, constructing clipped twitches or dubby washes of sound – leaving ample room for Sting and Stewart Copeland. "His tone and style were just absolutely perfect – he left space around everything," Rush's Alex Lifeson said.

The Clash

The Clash

Bob Marley-  Mellowest man around.....

Bob Marley- Mellowest man around.....

Nick Drake.

Nick Drake.

Graham Coxon

Graham Coxon

Blondie & Iggy Pop

Blondie & Iggy Pop

Ike Turner was one of the first guitarists to successfully transplant the intensity of the blues into more-commercial music.

100 Greatest Guitarists: David Fricke's Picks

Ike Turner was one of the first guitarists to successfully transplant the intensity of the blues into more-commercial music.

Edge, Jimmy Page & Jack White 2008

ジ・エッジ、ジミー・ペイジ、ジャック・ホワイト初共演『ゲット・ラウド』 - TOWER RECORDS ONLINE

Edge, Jimmy Page & Jack White 2008

When Sonic Youth burst onto New York's downtown scene in the early Eighties, guitarists Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo got plenty of attention for attacking their axes with drumsticks and screwdrivers. But their real legacy can't be bought in a hardware store; it's the way they've opened rock guitar up to the world of alternate tunings.

100 Greatest Guitarists: David Fricke's Picks

When Sonic Youth burst onto New York's downtown scene in the early Eighties, guitarists Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo got plenty of attention for attacking their axes with drumsticks and screwdrivers. But their real legacy can't be bought in a hardware store; it's the way they've opened rock guitar up to the world of alternate tunings.

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