Just for fun, here's some Chicago Blues Guitar trivia. Below I ask you to guess the identities of five guitarists. Same question I asked within another thread but to eliminate confusion and to keep the threads somewhat "streamlined," this topic has been lifted from that thread and put here. Below are clues to the identities of five different Chicago blues guitarists. By that I mean Chicago-based guitar players, not guys who visited, cut a session there or made their names elsewhere. All lived, played and recorded in Chicago during the 60's. These may not be the best well-known of the "Chicago guys" but none are not obscure characters. They all recorded on familiar labels like Chess, Delmark and Alligator. Let's see who can figure out who they are. With one exception, all of these guys were known as electric players; one was known for acoustic prowess as well. Now for the clues... 1) The guy with "all the turnarounds." Hugely influential on the playing of many, including one very famous English "blues" guitar player, but almost no one mentions him as an influence. 2) It is almost obligatory to cite this guitar player as an "influence" but I just don't hear his smooth but distinctive style in the playing of others. 3) This guy "jazzed up" the session work behind more than one noted harp player, but his name isn't mentioned much these days. 4) This guy is musically limited, even for a blues guitarist, but wrote a famous instrumental that another guitar player gets the credit for. 5) Outspoken and opinionated, this guitarist comes from a noted musical family. If you had met him and you clicked, he would likely have given you an earful about what he calls "copy blues" or "practice blues." If not you probably wouldn't have gotten the time of day. Take your guesses and I'll give the answers after all have had a chance to take a whack at it.