La muerte de Malcolm Young ha calado en el mundo de la música, y son muchas las reacciones públicas de compañeros, amigos y admiradores del guitarrista. A continuación mostramos una recopilación de comentarios en redes sociales por parte de algunos de los músicos más importantes de la actualidad, comentando lo que la pérdida Malcolm Young significa para ellos.
— Ozzy Osbourne (@OzzyOsbourne) November 18, 2017
While most of the world goes on with the day, many of us are mourning the loss of the great #malcolmyoung . I can’t tell you how much joy he and @acdc have brought me. This is a legend, a real legend.lets all remember him not just today but every day ? Mal Rules!! pic.twitter.com/22vGOLfKBz
— Charlie Benante (@skisum) November 18, 2017
So sad to hear about Malcolm Young. Absolute legend. RIP.
— Justin Hawkins (@JustinHawkins) November 18, 2017
Malcolm was a good man. Always a kind hearted soul. finally recall when we took out AC/DC on their first American tour. It will be sadly missed. RIP. https://t.co/InQcTt6LDf
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) November 18, 2017
Malcolm had an intensely powerful, percussive and economic style of playing that made him the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time. His uncanny ability to wring only the necessary notes out of his Gretsch was what made AC/DC – his riffs, feel and tone the soul of that band. What he means to me is unquantifiable. I am a rhythm guitarist because of Malcolm Young, he lives with me always and I hope to honor the man and his legacy every time I play. And now I’m going to crank Riff Raff and play along. My condolences to his family and friends. Cheers and RIP Malcolm Young. Tattoo by @thekatvond
GOD BLESS MALCOLM YOUNG – 1953 – 2O17 tBLSt SDMF pic.twitter.com/kZxtl4uG6L
— Zakk Wylde (@ZakkWyldeBLS) November 18, 2017
Wow…just got off stage here in Brisbane Australia (of all places) to the shocking news of Malcolm Young's passing. So sad…one of the great rhythm guitar players of all time. (James Hetfield and Scott Ian would be the 1st to say so themselves…) #RIPMalcolmYoung pic.twitter.com/qZXHIMpktF
— Mike Portnoy ? (@MikePortnoy) November 18, 2017
A proper legend. Have a beautiful journey. Rest in Peace, Malcom Young.
— Mina Caputo (@MinaCaputo) November 18, 2017
The driving engine of AC/DC has died.A tragic end for a sometimes unsung icon. One of the true greats. RIP. https://t.co/cJe1Xr17IA
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) November 18, 2017
Sad news today. Another legend gone. Rip Malcolm Young. Rock On!! pic.twitter.com/TTgZlsQOTY
— Vince Neil (@thevinceneil) November 19, 2017
If anyone is wanting to learn guitar please listen to this. The world will be a better place. Thank you Malcolm. https://t.co/rPvcRTJCG0
— Robert DeLeo (@STPRobertDeLeo) November 18, 2017
— Andreas Kisser (@andreaskisser) November 18, 2017
R.I.P. Malcolm Young.
— Kreator (@kreator) November 18, 2017
I’m sorry to hear about Malcolm Young, a fine player. pic.twitter.com/nxlxTrEZIS
— Tony Iommi (@tonyiommi) November 18, 2017
Malcom Young. I spent so many childhood days pretending to be you in my bedroom, air guitar, staring at your posters. Thank you for your contribution to rock and roll.
— Clint Lowery (@clintlowerynet) November 18, 2017
There’s only been a handful of “True Rhythm” players that have walked this earth!! Malcolm, in my opinion was the Absolute..God Bless You Sir!! Here’s to better places..
RIP Malcom Young!! https://t.co/LqS7LaoNno
— REX BROWN (@REJASFROMTEJAS) November 18, 2017
RIP Malcolm Young – A very important musician who helped shape the genre of hard rock. pic.twitter.com/GuXWNNjwMS
— Derek Sherinian (@DerekSherinian) November 18, 2017
Just landed in Paris and heard about Malcolm Young passing away. He was the reason I wanted to play rhythm guitar. Toured with him and he was genuinely lovely. The world has lost a true champion.
— Ginger Wildheart (@GingerWildheart) November 18, 2017
Sad news about Malcolm Young. Dementia is such a horrible disease. pic.twitter.com/hpjrlffVLX
— Geezer Butler (@GZRMusic) November 18, 2017
Our Thoughts & Prayers Are With His Family, Friends & Fans…Great Guy …A Pleasure To Know…Truly Missed, Malcolm…XX https://t.co/1ECM7urBN8
— David Coverdale (@davidcoverdale) November 18, 2017
— Tom Morello (@tmorello) November 18, 2017
Malcolm Young of AC/DC`s guitar playing feels like sex. What a perfect. perfect rhythm guitarist. What an original and immensely pleasurable body of work he gave us. Gone way too soon, he will be sorely missed.
— Marty Friedman (@marty_friedman) November 18, 2017
— Dave Lombardo (@TheDaveLombardo) November 18, 2017
This man inspired more rock & roll than the world will ever be able to measure. His infectious crunching riffs, iconic Gretsch & Marshall tone made him one of a kind. The epitome of true, badass rock & roll.
Thank you for the inspiration.#RipMalcolmYoung pic.twitter.com/6BfC9WxTFo
— Tom Keifer (@TomKeiferMusic) November 18, 2017
"I’m sad to hear of the passing of Malcolm Young. It was great to get the opportunity to open for AC/DC on the Highway To Hell tour & we certainly learned a thing or two. He was an incredible guitar player & the glue for that band onstage & off. RIP Malcolm, say hi to Bon." – Joe
— Def Leppard (@DefLeppard) November 18, 2017
It is a sad day in rock and roll. Malcolm Young was my friend and the heart and soul of AC/DC. I had some of the best times of my life with him on our 1984 European tour. He will be missed and my deepest condolences to his family, bandmates and friends.
— Eddie Van Halen (@eddievanhalen) November 18, 2017
Malcolm is gone, and although his music lives on, there are no words to express this sadness. Bittersweet as it is, I’m happy he’s free from the dementia and in Heaven with Bon and his brother George. I owe so much to Malcolm Young… https://t.co/soxrFpQsmJ pic.twitter.com/YmUI6IH5sG
— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) November 18, 2017
— Slash (@Slash) November 18, 2017
Sincerest condolences going out to the Young family today. Malcolm Young sadly passing too soon. Love ya Angus! pic.twitter.com/a3naL0CvdA
— Duff McKagan (@DuffMcKagan) November 18, 2017
Thank you for being an integral part of the soundtrack to my life. Your music is the definition of timeless and inspiring.
— Lars Ulrich (@larsulrich) November 18, 2017