ok, pretty simple. Just name the guitarist that you think has the best vibrato and why.

My pick would have to be SRV coz of the width and his attack.
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i was just gonna say that
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i do like bb kings because its the same style as mine (vice versa obviouslly).
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Slash has a good ear for vibrato and bending. And Steve Vai is incredible. You seen him do that thing where he rubs his finger in little circles on the neck when he holds a note. Makes it sound more natural I think. And when he uses a little vibrato and takes it further and further until you have this wobbly note screaming at you.
Also, Jeff Beck. He uses his whammy bar to make the vibrato go down rather than up all the time. Makes it sound like a voice.
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I was going to say exactly that.
I can't fucking believe it took this long for those three to be mentioned. Especially the Koss.

And Vai, even if it does look like he's giving a finger job sometimes.
And Satch, because Satriani is awesome and better at everything than everyone.
But really, his vibrato's pretty good.
Carlos Santana has a beautiful vocal like vibrato.

Adrian Smith has that great ragged, wide, slow vibrato which is instantly recognizable if you've listened to alot of Iron Maiden.
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Yngwie Malmsteen, Blues Saraceno, Martin Goulding, Jeff Loomis, Michael Ammott, Paul Gilbert, Andy Timmons, Marco Sfogli.

i'm not familiar with all of those guys, but for the ones I do know, +1

others i can think of, offhand...

gary moore
marty friedman
vinnie moore
guthrie govan
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Angus Young and SRV. Oh, and Gilmour.

Great choices!

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Tough one but i would have to say Eddie Van Halen.

I'll add Slash & Vai as well...
Santana, SRV, Gilmour, Angus Young and Brian May.

Oh and Gary Moore.
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Yngwie has a very distinct, extreme vibrato, sounds awesome imo.

Marty Friedman also has a great vibrato.