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Jeff Beck could certainly make a Fender Stratocaster bark. One player could make the “e” string “walk the dog” in the classic yoyo move. A guitar played by a PLAYER can play a lick that can lick your face and leave you wanting more. With that rationalization for posting a guitar article in place of or in addition to today’s dog blog, all I can say is “‘WOOF! WOOF!” I offer 7 electric guitars WITH pictures in exchange for today’s Dog of the Day. Please do not abandon all hope. The day is young, and a dog may still be forthcoming. In the meantime, please enjoy these icons of electric guitars, desired by most players and by many really wanna be players, I give you, thanks to Leo and Les, THE Electric Guitar.
Gibson Les Paul and Fender Stratocaster: The Gurus of Electric Guitars
Determining the “seven most famous and respected electric guitars” can be somewhat subjective, as it depends on factors like historical significance, popularity among players, and influence on music. However, there are certain models that are widely recognized for their impact and iconic status in the world of electric guitars:
These guitars have been played by some of the most influential guitarists in history and have played a significant role in the development of music over the past several decades. Leo Fender and Les Paul should be considered two of the most influential people of the the 20th Century. The two are the ones who brought the ROCK to the ROLL. Before them, it was a stone with a toast.