Originally Posted by yingmin
The funny thing is that he's actually UNDER-rated as a guitarist. He was even better than he needed to be for Pantera. He was capable of more.
Agreed. Back in '89/90 when they broke out, it was his playing that made me go "whoa, so this is what metal is gonna be like...
Honestly for me it was his rhythms that got me.
...and then grunge hit.
I think people whine about his leads because he was more blues oriented than sweeps etc. But what do you expect? He was from Texas. Country/western, rhythm and blues.