Best Guitarist ‘O’ Faces in Rock n’ Roll
Urban Dictionary defines guitar face as: “The act of making an unusual face while playing the guitar. The look typically resembles a look of pain, intense ecstacy, or sometimes even plain old gas.” And TBA defines O-face as–well, I guess you can check Urban Dictionary for that one yourself. But what happens when you combine guitar face with O-face? Find out below.
You can’t have a list of “O”-faced rockers and not include Trey. The Phish frontman basically invented it.
Relax, Jimi! You’re not supposed to bite the thing. Or are you?
Carlos has been making his “O” face since you were in diapers. And will likely continue to make it until he is in diapers.
Tom is raging hard… against the machine, obvi.
John may constantly be changing bands, but one thing remains the same: he always looks like a howler monkey when he plays guitar.
Sadly, we won’t be seeing this O-face anymore now that Clapton has unofficially retired from the road.
Putting the “O” in soul since 1982.
Founding member of Soulive and Lettuce, Krasno actually looks physically pained when he plays guitar. But, I guess some people are into that. (Photo courtesy J Gullo via Flickr)
Don’t you get the impression that a long, intense, sweaty guitar solo from Dave would be followed by a lot of crying? He’s just so damn sensitive…
If Prince is this freaky onstage, I don’t even want to imagine what he’s like behind closed doors.
Remember John: for erections lasting longer than four hours, please see your doctor.