Most underrated guitar solos?

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    Love the tone on this one....2:05 for the lead

     
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    2:45 for Luke's lead on this one.....but nice, tasty playing all the way through...

     
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    Living in the Material World by George Harrison is a treasure. He played slide guitar in lyric and musical way I have never heard anybody else do.

    Something different - there is a small instrumental intermezzo in the following piece, which I find sort of fascinating because of the suspension/relief effect. Skip to around 1:50 guitar piece is 2:05 to 2:20.

    From sometime in the 1980s when music videos were young.
     
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    Duane Allman on "Please Call Home". ABB's Idlewild South. It's call and response to the outtro, then it's all Duane. The most beautiful thing I had ever heard at the time. Maybe still.
     
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    Go to about 3:35.

     
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    Albert Lee - "Luxury Liner" backing Emmylou. Twang, Treble, Chickin' Pickin'; sounds like a Tele. Other threads have links.
     
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    Already said it.
     
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    So many to choose from ... But, I'll throw these 5, hopefully new ones, into the mix ....

    Rory Gallagher - Tattoo'd Lady (preferably the live version, but the album title slips my mind)
    Paul Kossoff - The Hunter ( (Free Live, version)
    Steve Winood (NOT Dave Mason) - Dear Mr Fantasy
    Bert Jansch - Angie
    Neil Young - Like a hurricane
     
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    Here's an example of my above statement
     
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    Sarah Maclachlan’s Witness has one of my favourite solos, played by Pierre Marchand—it’s almost inaudible, like the guitar is trapped in a box…
     
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    Jimmy Eats World - The Middle. I know it's 90's punk but the guitarist nailed a fluid flowing piece.
     
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