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Stevie himself would have bitchslapped you to suggest that it was more than Jimi. Do you have that you smoke for sale. Must be some good things, man.Hey Wimpy Willie. You brother. It would make no difference what guitar he played, he would always look out SRV Guitar Kit. It’s all in your fingers and soul. For a player like SRV, he was able to make a guitar that had problems, and these issues do work for him.He was a Naturals Kenny Wayne Sheppard natural.Talk (KWS), see what he thinks . He began his career as a clone / rip Stevie.
Stevie was mentioned earlier as part of a player type there are tons of imitators, but no real substituting Ants. Never will. There is hope if … Discover former John Mayall and the Bluesbreaker guitarist friends Whittingtons two solo albums. Texas is like Stevie and others. He is a great great player. Shortly there with the feeling and emotion of friends SQEEZE his ax. Much the same as the fa Stevie played with but not copy or imitate Stevie.It is commonly accepted that Jimi Hendrix was / is the best guitarist ever. I think Stevie Ray Vaughn was / is the best blues player since, and the best sound ever.
I also think Terry Kath in a style all around talent and had both pace. Kath was more of a srv guitar relic jazzy style but could play something. That’s just my opinion. Funny and the sad tragedy that Three genius died too soon.Stevie stood on the shoulders of the men who invented his licks- Muddy Waters, Freddie King, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, BB King, Robert Johnson and Albert King, among others. Albert King used to file her nails while Stevie was soloed and tear on his face off.Check “SRV and Albert King: in session” The takeaway is that Stevie had nothing but the deepest respect for its a born and mentors, and if he would have hoped to spend on something guitarists later, she was not playing with a Leslie or a TS-9, it was to learn to revere the pioneers of this form of art.