Sometimes active young guitarists get thirsty. Sometimes they even reach for a drink of water (or who knows what else) right in the middle of a song.
Guthrie Govan did exactly that during a 2017 gig in Tokyo. But, as the above video will attest, he didn't feel the need to stop shredding just because he was quenching his thirst for a good 40 seconds (give or take).
Even when he's playing a one-handed solo, Govan is truly a "humbler," much like the late, great Danny Gatton.
Check it out! I feel thirsty now.
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