Koss - come together in the morning
Robben Ford - Peace on my mind
Jimi - Machine gun ( version two from the Fillmore )
SRV- Life without you (live bonus track)
Clapton - Hideaway
Adam Jones (Tool) "The Grudge".
Tim Sult (Clutch) on "Subtle Hustle"
Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) on "Anesthetize"
Kim Salmon (Beasts of Bourbon) on "Chase the Dragon"
Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad) on "Detox"
Peter green - man of the world
Jimi - little wing
Rhcp - under the bridge
Stones - angie
Clapton - crossroads live
Vogg from Decapitated - among the best metal tones ever:
Devin Townsend - always has such a huge, huge sound.
The Almighty Petrucci, particularly from 2 minutes in:
Always liked this big, ringing clean tone:
I know the huge natural reverb contributes, but this is just a spine-tinglingly magnificent tone:
Also, a special mention must go to David Gilmour - I know The Division Bell is much-maligned, but it has some of his finest tonal moments IMO:
And this truly magnificent slide solo from 5:15:
Andy Latimer - everything he did with Camel. I say he's Der ToneMeister
Laurie Wisefield - the Living Proof solo on Live Dates Vol II
Ritchie Blackmore - most of his stuff
Jan Akkerman - all of Moving Waves but especially Eruption
Dave Clemson - his GoldTop on Valentyne Suite from the Colosseum Reunion Gig in Cologne 1994
Johnny Marr on A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours.