Well, what can you say about Distortion, other than it being pretty much a vital part of Rock N Roll from the moment Link Wray recorded "Rumble." And how guitarists made Distortion tones their own such as Clapton's "Woman tone" and Eddie Van Halen's "Brown sound" But let's talk about distortion tones which have you go "How is he doing that?" And I'll start with Lindsey Buckingham's lead tone on "Big love" What I love about this song is how clearly you can make out the different guitars and ditto tones he had on this song. For example during the Chorus after he goes "Looking out for loooooveee" you hear this plucked riff played on a Gibson Chet Atkins nylon string. But his lead tone is this awesome and thick not quite Fuzz tone, very saturated. I never got how he got that tone. Completely different band but a strikingly similar tone... Geordie Walker is one of those guys who's way underrated and I always loved his tone, a Gibson ES-295 into three delay units into Burman full stacks. His tone is very metallic, almost like a steel drum, I love it. The more I listen to this guy, the more I love what he's doing. To say that Adrian Belew is unusual is to say that McDonald's sells hamburgers, according to his instruction video he uses an EHX Frequency Analyzer for his distorted tone, I simply cannot think of anybody who has the same approach to lead tones as him.