In the mood for some mind-blowing picking from a guitarist that you – quite possibly – have never heard of before? You're in luck.
Said to be Jimmy Page's favorite solo of all time, Randall's lead on this 1972 tune is a masterpiece.
The modern jazz master treats both guitar fretboards as one big fragmented keyboard in this amazing video.
Sit back, and watch three masters – Tommy Emmanuel, John Jorgenson, and Pedro Javier González – at work.
Though his use of a bow dates back to 1967, Page was still beaten to the idea by another British guitar great.
Compare the audience's tepid "Oh, OK, a new song" reaction at the beginning to their boisterous applause at the end!
Check out a few performances from that fateful night, including "Free Fallin'" and the mega-kickass "You Wreck Me" and "American Girl."
This often mystifying (but very relaxing) clip demonstrates Allan Holdsworth's fascinating approach to scales.
Santana exchanges solos with Stevie Ray, Jimmie Vaughan and Cesar Rosas, all of whom are in top form.
This video is overflowing with cameo appearances by some of Harrison's most iconic Beatles-era guitars.
Despite the diversity of George Harrison's many pursuits during his 58 years on earth — racing, gardening, Indian religion and culture, film making and anything remotely associated with ukeleles, Mel Brooks or Monty Python — he'll go down in history as one fourth of the Beatles.