I stumbled across a thread because it had "Ian Anderson" and "guitar" in it's title. I thought it to be about the only Ian Anderson I recalled, i.e. founder and mastermind of Jethro Tull. Well, it wasn't. It was about a maybe dubious or just lazy guitarmaker - but that's a different story..... It got me thinking: Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson is well known for his songwriting skills, his ironic lyrics, his singing and of course his flute-playing. But he is also a quite gifted acoustic guitarplayer. As I read in an interview with his longtime companion and guitarplayer Martin Barre (who himself is horribly underrated guitarist) once, he was also doing quite some electric guitarwork and also electric bass, when John Glascock, their bassist at that time died unexpectedly. Now, who else famous for playing a certain instrument has surprised you with his/her skills on a completely different instrument?