Søren Ladegaard

Søren Ladegaard

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Elmore James King of the slide guitar

Elmore James King of the slide guitar

Buddy Guy © ART SHAY, 1965

Buddy Guy © ART SHAY, 1965

Rare Martin 0-18 flat top acoustic guitar From www.palmguitars.com

Rare Martin 0-18 flat top acoustic guitar From www.palmguitars.com

1787 Spanish Guitar at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1787 Spanish Guitar at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Elmore James had one immortal lick: the staccato-and-downhill slide riff. "But it was a great lick," says slide guitarist Derek Trucks. "There was something unleashed in his playing, that acoustic guitar with the electric pickup. When he's singing, you hear his voice through the electric pickup." James' tone inspired guitarists: "I practiced 12 hours a day, every day, until my fingers were bleeding, trying to get the same sound as Elmore James got," Robbie Robertson said.

Elmore James had one immortal lick: the staccato-and-downhill slide riff. "But it was a great lick," says slide guitarist Derek Trucks. "There was something unleashed in his playing, that acoustic guitar with the electric pickup. When he's singing, you hear his voice through the electric pickup." James' tone inspired guitarists: "I practiced 12 hours a day, every day, until my fingers were bleeding, trying to get the same sound as Elmore James got," Robbie Robertson said.

Muddy Waters & Howlin Wolf

Muddy Waters & Howlin Wolf

Buddy Guy

Buddy Guy

Freddie King, "Five Long Years"

Freddie King, "Five Long Years"

Junior Wells and Buddy Guy

Junior Wells and Buddy Guy

Willie Dixon, Big Joe Williams and Memphis Slim

Willie Dixon, Big Joe Williams and Memphis Slim