I had the great pleasure of being able to listen to a good five albums today into this evening through MP3 player/headphones. I have went back and re-visited the Hendrix albums as I just got the new re-masters. So today. it was Hendrix first three albums: Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold As Love and Electric Ladyland. Then ACDC Highway to Hell and For Those About To Rock. Two of those albums really stood out big time to my senses today and I was hearing and noticing a few things I never noticed, paid attention to. Electric Ladyland and Highway To Hell have to be two of the greatest guitar albums of all time. First off with Hendrix, he was fortunate to have Eddie Kramer, just as The Beatles had George Martin and quite a few of the great Abbey Road engineers. But I do not think there is one song on Electric Ladyland that does not display some type of complicated mixing and engineering and not without the use of extensive stereo panning. I was hearing some excellent stereo delay effects that might have been a first for its time in 1968, and that seemed to be using a global or true stereo effect on only one track of the multi-track tape machine while other tracks were left isolated in the mix. Sometimes it was a vocal track, other times a guitar track. And Hendrix captured a varied assortment of colors and tones on his guitar tracks as well. Obviously some of his best playing as well. I am wondering if they were able to move up to 8 track machines from where the first two albums were recorded on 4 track machines. And then Highway to Hell. Could be the best album out of all the ACDC catalog. Great display of not only great guitar tones captured in the studio, but the drum tracks sound awesome as well. And what a performance from Bon. Some of Bon lyrics just hit me like a ton of bricks on how good they were and I guess I always took them for granted. Most are about the usual covered topics of women and sex. But some are just awesome. Anyone else have some great guitar albums?