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brahmin_noodles @tiggerphish said:
First of all, Congratulations are in order for your experiencing Fatherhood for the first time, that experience is unmatched, imho. I was wondering who your favorite or most influential guitarists have been? Or perhaps a favorite that you've seen live who has "floored you" with how good they were? Randy Rhoads and Eddie Van Halen both did that to me along with Satriani, Steve Vai, Michael Hedges and SRV. My vote for the next Anatomy of a Jam is the AC/DC Bag from 11/21/97 . Thanks Brother.
Thank you! I'm a huge of each of the guitarists you mentioned and I learned a lot of their licks/songs/solos back in the day (except for Michael Hedges, I couldn't come close to figuring out how he did his wizardry).

The one guitar player that knocks me out every time I see him live is Bill Frisell. He's a fearless improviser that elevates any band he's playing with.

Besides Trey & Bill, my favorite living guitarists are: Robben Ford, Jimmy Herring, Derek Trucks, Oz Noy, & John Scofield.

I get a lot of requests for the 11/21/97 Bag, I'm definitely considering it!


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