Ideal Band

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  1. WDWHunk

    WDWHunk Official Spotter of Scorchcakes

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    I think I made this topic a while back but here it is again.

    What would be your ideal band? Pick members alive or dead, doesn't matter. You can have 1 Singer, 1 Drummer, 1 Bassist, and 2 Guitarists. List who the person is and what band they are/were in.


    Chris Robinson (The Black Crowes) - Vocals
    Joey Jordison (Slipknot) - Drums
    Timothy Commerford (Rage Against the Machine) - Bass
    John5 (Ex-Marilyn Manson) - Guitar
    Jimi Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix) - Guitar
     
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  3. Sparx

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    Joey Jordison-drums-slipknot
    Slash-bass-Guns-n-roses
    Ville Valo -vocals-HIM
    Prince-Guitar-Prince
    Jimmy Page-guitar-Led Zeppelin
     
  4. U Just Got PUNKD

    U Just Got PUNKD Like roses we bloom, then die

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    Vocals - Patrick Stump
    Drums - Tre Cool
    Guitar - Frank Ireo
    Guitar - Mikey Way
    Bass - Pete Wentz
     
  5. TheBellhop

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    Because I just don't think guitars are everything:



    Piano(vocals) - Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls)
    Piano - Tori Amos
    Drums - Jimmy Chamberlain (Smashing Pumpkins)
    Bass - Tim Kingsbury (The Arcade Fire)
     
  6. Sparx

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    nothing is everything in a band. its not a band if its all about showcasing one sound. a band is a little bit of everything.
     
  7. MuNkY

    MuNkY Momma don't cry. I just wanna stay high.

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    Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver) - Vocals
    Neil Peart (Rush) - Drums
    Gene Simmons (Kiss) - Bass, Backup Vocals
    Randy Rhodes (Ozzy Osbourne) - Guitar
    Eddie Van Halen (Van Halen) - Guitar

    Oh and by the way Sparx, Slash plays Lead Guitar, not Bass.
     
  8. Sparx

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    Oh. I seriously thought he played both. hmmm. learn something new everyday.
     
  9. MuNkY

    MuNkY Momma don't cry. I just wanna stay high.

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    Would be kind of hard for him to play two instruments at once wouldn't it? :rotfl:

    But yeah, Duff McKagan played bass in GNR.
     
  10. Sparx

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    and I thought he played lead! :rotfl: I just need to stop posting. rofl
     
  11. MuNkY

    MuNkY Momma don't cry. I just wanna stay high.

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    Don't do that. What would we ever do without you?
     
  12. Sparx

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    it would probably be a lot quieter around here. ;)

    and I think we've hijacked his thread. Sorry!
     
  13. TheBellhop

    TheBellhop <font color=purple>Get ready for a long post<br><f

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    Hmm. From your standpoint, maybe. You really don't need guitars for it to be called a band...I love guitar leading bands, The Smashing Pumpkins, NIN for instance, but they use many more instruments than just guitars. And I find 2 pianos can be more effectived than a dozen guitars.

    But you might just have to hear the bands I listen to to understand my point.
     
  14. Sparx

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    Most bands have keyboards. Very few real, talented piano players. Pianos can give a hallowed effect that no guitar can give. But a guitar can give an effect that no piano can give. You trade off. They are both wonderful instruments, but (I know I am channeling Jazz class when I say this) no matter what you have, they need to work together and complement each other. Different bands have different sounds. I see your point, and I understand what you are saying. The badn that you had me listen to yesterday had very talented musicians working for it. they just happened to be mostly piano players. I don't think you can truely love music without an appreciation for everything from Guitar to violen and from Flute to Sax.
     

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