Underrated guitarists

Mindmap © Hans Buskes

A draft in my notebook of 1982

Guitar players that are not in the top 100 guitarist list of Rolling Stone or far too low on the list.

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I made this drawing already in 1982 in one of my notebooks (without the names of course), not knowing it was a mind map.

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2 Responses to Underrated guitarists

  1. Huckel Berry says:

    There are a lot of great guitarists, especially in the jazz field. You go to a jazz club and see just fabulous players. But then again there are lots of great song writers that have been completely overlooked too and some are elevated to stardom and you scratch you head. They had some conections, maybe Papa was a rock star and so now they too are elevated. But people ask where are the new Dylan’s and new Leonard Cohen’s. They are out there but their voices haven’t been heard. They say there is one singer better than Dylan out there but undiscovered.

  2. Geoff Webb says:

    Not only his playing, but JJ Cale’s impact overall is underrated. Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler are fabulous, creative, soulful guitarists whose playing is strongly influenced by the low-key Okie. Each made something different of it, but without Cale, neither would sound like they do today.

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