I love Rick Beato. I *love* AC/DC, really focused on the Bon years. Beato has a new video out on what makes AC/DC so good - I will post it below. It is interesting. He focuses on how the rhythm guitar over the drums creates a "3 over 4" syncopated feel, and the use of bass pedal tones (riding the same note) keeps things moving. That's cool and I get it. But when Malcolm died, I ended up drunk YouTubing late into the night (here's to you, Malcolm!!). I came across this Dutch interview - posted below. About 50 seconds in, listen to Malcolm describing how "AC/DC is a Rock n' Roll band, NOT a Rock band" - it's because AC/DC's rhythm swings. He taps out the difference on his knees, making high hat sounds with his mouth. Straight from the Rhythm Guitarist's mouth!! THAT's what makes "Acca Dacca" (love those Aussie nicknames; I've also heard "The DC") sound like themselves. The rest of the interview is Malcolm going on about how Phil Rudd, crazy b@stard though he apparently is, is essential to their sound. Yes. Rick Beato's AC/DC video: Interviews with Malcolm Young and Phil Rudd (Angus starts, but this bit is about Mal and Phil): So Rick did well, but in this case, I think Malcolm (and Phil) did it better!!