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Poll Question: Fav Prog Guitarist based on PA Top 100 albums?
Poll Choice Votes Poll Statistics
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10 [13.51%]
8 [10.81%]
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14 [18.92%]
1 [1.35%]
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3 [4.05%]
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1 [1.35%]
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1 [1.35%]
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1 [1.35%]
1 [1.35%]
5 [6.76%]
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    Posted: November 10 2013 at 03:10
I voted for Fripp, but I'd have to include all Crimson guitarists in that vote.
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Akkerman! 
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Sorry if I didn't have your favorite guitarist listed. I had to narrow about 46 years of prog guitarists down to 24 choices. That's for voting and contributing.



Gilmour, Fripp and Howe leading the pack. I think Gilmour is the least technically gifted and plays the most limited range of guitar, but, his touch is simply superb.

Fripp is the most adventurous.

Howe is simply in a class of his own. As is Fripp too, I suppose.
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Steve Howe and Alex Lifeson.
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Fripp but then KC are my favorite prog band.....I also love Hackett, Howe, Gilmore and Santana.

and I don't want to forget Barre and Latimore.

Edited by dr wu23 - November 11 2013 at 20:28
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