#1
In no order:

-Tuck Andress
-George Benson
-Stanley Jordan
-Pat Metheny
-John Scofield
-Pat Martino

Some older ones:

-Django Reinhart
-Wes Montgomery
#4
Who is that one guy that played like in the 70's was his name like John Mclaughlin or something like that... I'm not sure, but man he was awesome, played super fast.
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#5
Quote by CloudOne
Who is that one guy that played like in the 70's was his name like John Mclaughlin or something like that... I'm not sure, but man he was awesome, played super fast.
Yeah, he played a lot with Miles Davis and also did some solo work.
#7
Quote by danocaster
In addition the previously mentioned guitarists, Kenny Burrell.


+ Jim Hall and Grant Greene.
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#8
John McLaughlin
Allan Holdsworth
Larry Carlton
Bill Frisell
Jimmy Bruno
Quote by Jimi Hendrix
The Blues Is Easy To Play But Hard To Feel.

Quote by Chris Impellitteri
I Promise That My Solos Will Only Get Faster.
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#9
Erm... Les Paul? Probably one of the greatest! I could list all the reasons why, but I don't really need to.
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#10
b b king.
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#11
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b b king.


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He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt.
He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would fully suffice.


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#13
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Al DiMiola?


Al Di Meola
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#15
Herb Ellis, George Van Eps, Lenny Breau, and Ulf Wakenius are some of my favs.
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