Jimmy Page

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  1. Dan

    Dan New Member

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    Possibly one of the greatest live guitar performances ever.
    Many of you have probably seen this, but what do you think?
    What is your opinion Mr. Page?
     
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    He's quite a character that's for sure. And he's good.
     
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    I love the way he gets the Edge's attention here...

     
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    He just knows how to get mystique out of that guitar. Was he born with the guitar? Or guitar was born with him.
    But the band is just awesome. It will be famous for another 1000 years
     
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    Brilliant producer. Sloppy but iconic guitarist.
     
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    Who says sloppy is bad? I value guitarists much more on their musicianship than on their technique. We could call Robert Plant a sloppy singer too. His pitch isn't always precise, but that doesn't mean he isn't awesome.
     
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    Brilliant in the studio. When he played live though, he was a bit hit or miss, even through the course of single concert. Still, when he was at his best, he was really something, a true innovator. I first saw that movie in a theatre when I was about 16, and it blew me away. Besides those stupid "fantasy scenes", it still holds up very well.
     
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    Life is a bit sloppy too, and while aiming for perfection is great (I love Steve Vai), I really enjoy watching a player take chances and try to express the moment of inspiration, in addition to flawlessly performing that which they've worked hard to perfect.
     

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