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18. Eddie Van Halen

Eddie Van Halen – co-founder of the band that shared his surname – is still rightfully considered one of the greatest guitarists in the world. And although medical issues gradually took him out of the public eye in the ’00s and early ’10s, in 2015 he and his band went back on tour and rocking the stage once again.

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17. Mick Jagger

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger had it all in the ’70s: good looks, fame, fortune, and a sexual chemistry so intense psychologists thought it was dangerous. And he didn’t lose it! Jagger, now a Sir, may be noticeably older, but he’s reportedly seduced a staggering number of women.

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16. Jimmy Page

Legendary guitarist Jimmy Page, founder of Led Zeppelin and member of the Yardbirds, may have changed physically but that’s about it. He’s still the great rocker he always was, although these days he’s more often found performing in private rather than in crowded concert venues.

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