Hello all, Forgive me if this is old news but a cursory search didn't show me anything. Ideas watching the movie "A Knights Tale" with the late Heath Ledger the other day when one of the pieces of music in the film's score caught my ear. It's not one of the many well-known classic rock songs scattered throughout the movie but rather a mood piece(?) during a relatively brief scene with no dialog. Great guitar part in it though I scanned the credits looking for the song or artists name when I saw the credit; Solo Guitar, David Torn. I thought that was very cool. One, someone I know in the remotest of ways laid down the score on the movie I had just watched and two, that the films Producer/Director thought enough to include the individual studio musicians in the films credits. Splatt; if you're out there, extremely belated congratulations. I just purchased a copy of the movie so I hope you will get my $.03 soon. Is there anything you might elaborate on regarding the gig. Guitar(s) and amp(s) used? I don't suppose you were playing the Teuffel at that point? Take care all.