Lucille. B.B King named all his guitars Lucille after he almost lost his life in a fire trying to save his first $30 dollar Gibson. Of all the Lucille's he is best known for playing variants of the Gibson ES-355.
Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Guitar Legend, virtuoso! He sure could play that Fender Stratocaster like no one else. So glad that I got to see him perform a couple of times before his death on August 27, 1990. As far as his albums/songs, you name it and I love it!!
Fender Stratocaster Vintage guitar and Marshall Amp stack. Excellent shadows in picture cast interest into this brown tone photo. -DdO:) http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy via Matthew Smith
Eddie Van Halen: I'm not sure what I appreciate about Eddie Van Halen more--the fact that he raised the bar for what it meant to be a "competent" rock guitarist, or the fact that it wasn't so high that I was unable to teach myself the intro to "Hot For Teacher" while still in high school. He deserves all the status as one of the greatest guitarists of all time that he gets.