Today I’m in the Tone Taxi driving around the ski hill called Bridger Bowl. We’re talking about guitar heroes, how important they are, and how everyone has one! I’d love to know yours so leave a comment below. My all-time guitar hero is…
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I’d like to kindly welcome you to the Tone Taxi. This is a place where you ride along with me in my car, and we have a musical discussion, mostly stimulating musical discussion.
Now today, Joel and I are headed through the Bridger Bowl parking lot. We just decided to drive up to the ski area to see what it was all about. We just got a bunch of snow, and it looks packed, and it’s just a beautiful day. It’s like a winter wonderland out there, it’s unbelievable. I got the dogs in the back of the car. Today’s day in the Tone Taxi is extremely amazing.
What I’m here to talk with you about today is Guitar Heroes. As a guitarist, I think you have to have a guitar hero. My guitar hero really is a result of my dad because my dad gave me a stack of Johnny Winter records and he said, “Here.” This is when I was first getting into playing guitar. He said, “You need to listen to this guy,” and I did. I listened to him a lot, and I really wanted to do everything that he did because he was an amazing guitarist in my mind and definitely hero worthy.
Now, I got a little traffic issue here, sorry, got a little bit of a traffic issue, but we got through that one okay. It’s a busy day up here. What I really want to hear is who your guitar hero is. Please do me a favor and leave a comment below and share with me and everybody who your guitar hero is. I want to amass a serious list here of guitar heroes because I know there’s a lot of them out there. Thanks a lot for riding along in the Tone Taxi.