Reignwolf is going to be great. Has that Gary Clark/ Jack White style. I would have to say Marr is my favorite on this lineup hoping he comes out for a surprise during Modest Mouse
Arcade Fire 10/29 @ The Capital Building
Arcade Fire 10/31 @ The Palladium
Two Door Cinema Club 11/1 @ The Fox
Father John Misty 11/2 @ The Wiltern
Day of the Dead 11/2&3 @ LA Historic Park
The Head and the Heart 12/7 @ The Wiltern
Volcano Choir 1/18 @ The Fonda
Looking forward to Reignwolf! Yeah, Marr on some "We Were Dead" songs would be awesome!
It's definitely J. Mascis or Graham Coxon. I'm going with Coxon.
Originally Posted by menikmati
I'm locking this fucker.
Marr by farr.
No contest - John Squire of The Stone Roses by a million miles!
Years attended: ...'08...'09...'10...'11...'12...'13!!
theres no chance frusciante plays with the pepers?
Reignwolf for me - I'll be there
Check this out - the best guitarist (John Squire), bass player (Mani) and drummer (Reni) in one video!
The Stone Roses are going to blow Coachella out of the water!
Live ending of I am the Resurrection
Last edited by Kirby77; 02-06-2013 at 02:52 AM.
For those of you who don't know who John Squire is - I suggest you check out this video!!!!!!
For me, Johny Marr and John Squire are by far the two best guitarist of the 2013 Coachella line up. However, if push comes to shove and I had to name the best guitarist of the Coachella 2013 line up , well that would have to be John Squire. I'm just so glad the world is finally being exposed to such a talented Guitarist. John Squire is just totally awesome.
*bites tongue* I mean, you do realize how many other bands are on the lineup... right? To properly answer this question, you would need to spend months researching the topic. It's not just going to be your favorite band on the lineup. Sorry, bro. Flea is a better guitarist than Marr and Squire both. Easy.
Check out John Squire's awesome guitaring on this track, especially from 4.00 on wards. Pisses all over Flee big time baby.
Edit- Now that I've researched your evidence... you don't play any instruments at all, do you? There's nothing technically complicated about what he does. There's nothing standout about what he does. He's efficient. That's all. Not even quality efficient, like Clapton. Just okay. Flea is much more a visionary. To say that Squire's melodies are more repetitive than that of a bass player... think about it. Don't fly off the hinges with an uninformed response. Go research the discussion. Anyone who's been playing a guitar for three years can cover completely what Squire did in that song, though I don't see why anyone would want to.
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Now disappear, smegmaphyte.
Edit- Someone should go post this video, or a similar video, in the best drummer thread to shut all those Stone Rose bums up. It's like not knowing is the only way of life they know.
Last edited by Zafocaine; 02-21-2013 at 09:26 AM.
hahaha.... Squire's the best.... Hahahahahahahahahaha
Dude's got some truly impression skill. It's almost otherworldly to watch.
I was at the NAMM show in 09. Slash was there. I yelled out, "Oh shit, it's Lenny Kravitz!"
Last edited by Zafocaine; 02-21-2013 at 09:41 AM.
Hey Zafocaine, watch this display of guitar, bass and drumming skills. Now that's what you call visionary.
Check out Squire guitar from 5.40
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold Live.
Last edited by Kirby77; 02-21-2013 at 10:23 AM.
Also, have you never seen The Who? Guitarmanship 101. These guys are literally just posers.
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Fri: AC/DC, Tame Impala, Steely Dan, Alabama Shakes, Cloud Nothings, Eagulls, Allah-Las, Brant Bjork & the LDPB
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