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Underrated?! Wasn't he given the accolade as "King of Slide Guitar" and "Most Influential Blues Guitarist"? - Britgirl
The best I've ever seen.
Check out "Work Song" (studio) with Butterfield Blues Band for a seminar in fusion guitar. Elvin Bishop no slouch on this cut, either.
My favourite radio station had never played this (Work Song) until last night. Amazing guitarist. But I still prefer Paul on harp. - Britgirl
"The greatest guitar player you never heard of." The man who invented the "pinch."
Played with only feeling. Technique was just a tool to get the feel out.
The best, hands down! He was amazing! None better with the slide.
Blues 'Fore Dawn. Wow! - Britgirl
Dan Auerbach, is one of the best guitarist I have ever seen, huge variety of sounds and styles he can provide with 100% enthusiasm and his feelings for music are enormous. I feel very fond of him, he is my huge and important motivator and practically a role model for me when it comes to music. Not mentioning the fact Dan and The Black keys sound so good live...
Need Your Love So Bad.
Five words and one very good reason why I added him: I Can't Quit You Baby. - Britgirl
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