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Monkey See, Monkey Do

If you could pick 3 mentors, one to teach guitars, one for drum and and one for bass who would you pick and why?
1Buckethead
Shadows Between The Sky


For me Buckethead has always been an inspiring guitar player... many
ppl only recognize him as the guy with the silly mask who releases too
many albums for his own good and both.those.statements are true but
Buckethead is much more than that. Not only can he shred but he has
always had such an ear for amazing melodies. Top that off with
the.diversity of his playing styles.and you have someone truely special.
2iron maiden
iron maiden


For bass, Steve Harris.... that's all I need to say
3Shadows Fall
The War Within


For drums, definitely Jason Bittner.... not only is he incredibly technical
but he has amazing feel, making for the perfect drummer imo
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