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Thread: The next G3.Satch, Vai and ?

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    What about Tmac, Bumblefoot, or Vinnie Moore? I'd love to see Bumblefoot too, he's so crazy, haha.

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    My God, you guys are naming some fantastic choices for the third G.

    Batton definitely deserves the opportunity to shine as a soloist.

    I've seen Gilbert at a guitar clinic. He not only plays amazing guitar, but his stage presence is fantastic. Really funny guy. He also busted out a Spice Girls cover, spicing up the chord progression and of course the solo. Pretty damn cool.

    Morse would be my first choice. Got to see a double bill awhile back, Dixie Dregs with Steve Morse Band opening. Yowzers!

    Neal Schon could pull off a great rock set. Or stand out with his Higher Octave stuff.

    Andy Summers would also be great, though his solo stuff is mostly jazz, so he'd probably get vetoed.
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    Another cool one would be Johnny Hiland. Why not? His new CD is out thanks to Favored Nations. I saw him at the NAMM show a few years ago. Of all the virtuosos showing off in that convention center, Hiland was one of the few I saw who drew a crowd. And he was just jamming to a Dr. Rhythm machine. Very cool.
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    I went to G3 a few months ago and it was amazing! dunno who could be the 3rd guitarist next year, I would like to see JP some time though!

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