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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Hobbo, Aug 9, 2020.
Allan Holdsworth, Richard Thompson, maybe Mike Oldfield
The Iceman, Albert Collins.
The first guitar note on this about 3 seconds in - and it is undeniably Albert King! That said, it would be criminal not to play the rest of it!
I heard a jazz guy interviewed somewhere and he said the whole point of playing was so that if your mom heard you on the radio, she'd know it was you. A few true chameleons out there -- not sure I would always know it was Mike Campbell on a cut, for instance -- but most of the players I admire have a voice all their own.
Albert Collins, Otis Rush, Johnny Guitar Watson, Magic Sam, Gatemouth Brown, Jeff Beck,,,,,,,,
Stevie Ray Vaughan
I can also tell malmsteen ( of course after the first note flurry ,but you have to listen fast) LOL
Dunno bout single notes ,but phrases for sure. Peter Green ,Albert king,James Wilsey
I'm dubious about single notes as well. BB King seems easy but if the particular note I hear doesn't have that vibrato I'd probably miss it.
The first guy I thought of isn't a guitarist, Itzhak Perlman. I can get lost in the beauty and and complexity of a single note of his. "Bach Sonatas and Partitas" is truly mind blowing.
Santana and its a very very very long note perhaps at times of questionable pitch
and John McLaughlin because they are very very very short