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I wonder who is the worlds greatest Guitar legend that ever lived?

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  • #16
    Originally posted by DeepEnd View Post
    It's possible they're legends to somebody though, but completely unknown in the West. There are undoubtedly millions of amazing musicians, songs, entire operas, etc. I've never heard of.
    Although we don't know the guy's name name and have never heard him, the story itself is the very definition of a legend.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by williegoat View Post
      Although we don't know the guy's name name and have never heard him, the story itself is the very definition of a legend.
      Does it count if I'm a legend in my own mind?
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      • #18
        Originally posted by nice keetee View Post
        what youse think of Julian Bream?
        If I can step on some toes just for grins, Bream > Segovia. Andres might have brought classical guitar into mainstream popularity but Julian took it from there. Also, Segovia can take credit for composers writing pieces strictly for classical guitar instead of classical guitar players reprising classical piano pieces. That said, his personality didn't rival a dishrag's.
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        • #19
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Idunno View Post
            If I can step on some toes just for grins, Bream > Segovia. Andres might have brought classical guitar into mainstream popularity but Julian took it from there. Also, Segovia can take credit for composers writing pieces strictly for classical guitar instead of classical guitar players reprising classical piano pieces. That said, his personality didn't rival a dishrag's.
            If Bream rises higher than Segovia, it is only because he is standing on the shoulders of a giant.
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