by Verse A. Phile
Just seen Hendrix play
on some YouTube videos -
are there any experts
who can tell me who
was better Jimi
Hendrix or Eric Clapton?
I’ve played guitar my whole life, and
I’ve spent hours upon hours learning some
of Jimi’s, Eric’s, and SRV’s songs,
and I would say that Jimi’s sound
is the most difficult to reproduce. …
A fourth great guitarist that
I think deserves some discussion is
John Mayer. …
I wish there were 10 young guys
at the level of Mayer, but unfortunately
it’s a dying breed.
As Quora User mentioned,
it’s an unfair kind of a question.
—Quora User, Stanford University
The response that this answer got showcases
one of the few things or questions that can never be solved.
Before someone actually answers this question,
one has to check if they are comparable on a certain
fundamental level In my humble
opinion, they are not.
—Tanmay Kacker, Theoretical Physicist, Programmer, Blues guitarist and a wanderer
That is almost an unfair question.
It is genius against
I feel most will say Hendrix.
—Quora User, Food, Drums, and Sports Business
As usual in these discussions,
has been overlooked.
Jimi Hendrix all the way; there
is no comparison between the two.
Clapton survives in music because he
plays an, “open G,” tuning.
why this is
a cheat in the music world.
—Quora User, Bored with Quora
by MC Poetry
Oh my god.
This “Neptune” takes ‘Sympathy for the Devil’
and calls it a remix.
The only thing that is different is the music,
but barely that. You can’t call it a remix
if you leave the goddamn vocals the way they are.
If any one pays money for this pitiful waste of talent,
then I think they need to check out the original score
by Rolling Stones.
Not wasting my time in pirating this even.
I agree with your previous statement Super Ben
if you haven’t deduced that yourself.