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All better than me.
Steve Vai and CC DeVille are the first two that came to my mind. CC for just being an unabashed wanker, and Vai for his everpresent sunglasses-stormcoat-standing in-a-hurricane look. He always has that sly "I just let a silent but deadly fart" look.
Leather boots are still in style for manly footwear;
Beads and Roman sandals won't be seen.
I didn't even know "Douchiest" was a word...........shows how much I know!
You must not of paid no attention to your English teacher. The adjective is "douchy", its comparative form is "douchier", and its superlative form is "douchiest". Both the noun and verb forms of the word are "douche". All this comes from the French, which explains why it looks so funny: they don't speak English very well.
Lefty loosey, righty tighty
Ol' Simple, where you at?
I didn't look because I was afraid John Mayer might not be on a douciest list.
"Blues is a natural fact, is something that a fellow lives. If you don't live it you don't have it. Young people have forgotten to cry the blues. Now they talk and get lawyers and things. " - Big Bill Broonzy
Interesting list. I realize it's supposed to be somewhat humorous and that I shouldn't take it too seriously, but it's almost more of a "who can play really fast" list. I personally wouldn't have put Satch or EVH on there, because they can be pretty tasteful at times with what they play (especially Joe Satriani). The part about Esteban being a white guy from Pittsburgh was pretty funny. And yes, Yngwie should've been much higher, although I'm not sure he can beat out Steve Vail.
Chuck Norris doesn't play a telecaster, a telecaster allows itself to be played by Chuck Norris.
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