Essential Listening: 14 Addictive Guitar Tones That'll Have You Crying Out for More
Essential Listening: A guide to 14 addictive guitar tones that'll have you wailing out for more.
“In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,” The Allman Brothers Band (Duane Allman/Dickey Betts)
The twin guitar attack of Duane Allman and Dickey Betts is legendary, not just because Allman died before his time or because their performance together on the Allmans’ 1971 album Live at the Fillmore East sounded like two parts of a whole, but because the tone and attack of the pair is unparalleled.
There are plenty of examples from Allman and Betts’ short time together that are a masterclass in dueling guitar work — "Whipping Post," also from Live at the Fillmore East springs to mind — but nowhere do they lock horns and push each other to greater heights than here.
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