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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by jpagey, May 22, 2020.
Mine would probably be Paul Kossoff in Free
Koss ain't bad either
Hard to argue with either. I’m a huge ABB and Kossoff fan.
I’ll toss out there Clapton on the beano album. ‘All your love’ first thing that came to mind
I like Dickie’s tone. That would be in my top 5 of PAF tones. Page of course - Heartbreaker? That might have been a tele
Billy Gibbons. The early years.
Tres Hombres and Fandango have great tones...Beer Drinkers, Nasty Dogs...
Hold that Train
The live No Quarter solo neck pu tone.
Those might have been t tops by then. Not sure. I read somewhere Page used t tops.
The T Top was bridge only, replaced on the Australia 72 tour.
Man, how could I have missed that?
Gotta add Dan Toler too, the Betts/Toler burst tones on those Greg Allman solo discs from the 80s were awesome...
It was as I understand
Lot of that is reported to be Flying V as well. Still a paf though, but a korina V really does influence it.
My two favorites would have to be The Reverend Billy G and Angus. Love that sound.
Fleetwood Mac's Peter Green and Danny Kirwan.
* Looks like @JLee beat me to the punch.
I'll add Mick Taylor's tenure with the Stones. He and Richards had a great contrast in style and tone.
And Eric Clapton's solo on While My Guitar Gently Weeps.
The Allmans at Filmore East. Gibsons into Marshalls into JBL D120s.
Probably later Michael Bloomfield as a close second. A Lester into a Twin.
But yeah, thats one of my favorite solos anywhere.