I travelled from Vardø all the way down to Sandnes to witness this. Guthrie Govan came to Norway on a tour promoting Suhr Guitars, and I finally got to see him play right before my eyes. It was incredible, he is without a doubt the best guitarist I've ever seen live, and I've never heard a more complete and proficient electric guitarist. The day started with Guthrie signing autographs in a local boutique guitar shop called Godlyd, where I got to have the first chat with one of my musical idols: After about two hours, we went over to a local blues club, where Guthrie held his masterclass for a bunch of geeky guitar nerds, myself included. Very informative, he really knows how to explain things in the easiest possible ways. The masterclass went on for more than two hours, and then it was time to catch a break. I had dinner with some fellow guitarists, and after a few more hours it was finally time for what we had all been waiting for; The Clinic. Guthrie's clinic started out with him playing "Sevens" to a backing track, before Ed Yoon talked about Suhr guitars for a while. Then Guthrie played several tunes from his Erotic Cakes album, and he ended the show with a jam with local musicians. The first tunes were instrumental, and I didn't recognize them, but then when he was planning on calling it quits, I walked up to the stage and asked him to please play "Little Wing" with the band. Which he did, and it was an astonishing version, totally unlike any version I've ever heard. It was... Guthrie. This had been the best concert experience of my life, and I thank Guthrie for delivering such a great show, and Godlyd for arranging it. Amazing. If you have the chance, go see Guthrie Govan live.