Taylor Swift has a huge catalog of songs, and while many of them are classics, there are many other guitarists who have left an indelible mark on modern music.
Many of these guitarists made a mark on music and the way it’s made today, but which one really stands out?
We asked the top 10 guitarists of all time to name their favorite guitarists, and here are the results.
Neil Young Neil Young was the first guitarist to write an entire song, “Wish You Were Here,” which was used in the song “Hello” by The Eagles.
He also played a guitar for his first band, the Rolling Stones, which was later formed into The Allman Brothers Band.
Young’s songs were influenced by classical music and his playing style is said to have been inspired by jazz and country music.
He wrote and performed his first major hit song “I’m a Loser” for the band The Rolling Stones in 1968.
Young wrote a number of solo songs as well, including the cover of his 1976 album “My Alligator.”
He also co-wrote and performed with the Black Keys, which formed in 1969.
He played guitar in The Rolling Thunder, the first major rock group in history to break through to the mainstream.
The band was later renamed The Allmans.
Neil’s greatest hits include “Rock and Roll” and “American Girl.”
The band released their first album, the seminal album “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” in 1982.
The following year, Neil’s band released the song-and-video “Whip It,” which made him one of the most popular guitarists ever.
“Rock the Casbah,” the album’s most popular song, became a classic.
“Hello,” his first hit, became the song that everyone knows and loves, with millions of copies sold.
He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is the only guitarist in the Rock & Roll Hall.
He’s the only guitarist in history with four studio albums, including his signature, “Walk on the Wild Side.”
His best-known song is “Walk in the Sand,” which has become a staple of the rock world.
Young played in the band the Allmans, The Allmen Brothers, and The Allwoman Brothers.
Neil played in numerous other bands, including The Allston-Brighton Rockers, The Blue Devils, and many others.
He is credited with starting the modern rock movement with “Walkin’ on the Edge of Town.”
“Walking in the Sands” is one of his best-loved songs.
“Wandering In Circles,” his signature song, is another rock classic.
He was inducted in the rock hall of fame in 1982 and has been an artist and a performer for the last 40 years.
Neil wrote and recorded his last album, “Rockstar,” in 2003.
It was released in 2018.
Young had two successful solo albums in 2016 and 2017.
Neil released his first solo album, 1999’s “The Man,” in 1996.
It became a hit with the audience and critics, and was released by Columbia Records.
Neil was also the first guitarist to have a hit single, “Dirty Love.”
Young recorded a number in the 1960s and 1970s, including “You Don’t Need to Fear the Reaper,” “Auld Lang Syne,” “I Wanna Be Your Man,” “Hanging With You,” and many more.
He recorded and recorded several more solo albums, as well as a number for Columbia Records in the 1990s.
Neil has had numerous solo albums and albums for Columbia, including four with Columbia.
Young was inducting into the National Recording Hall of Famer’s Hall of Honor in 2017.
Young has a large solo catalog, with hits such as “My Way,” “Walk” and many other hits, including hits like “Wishing You Were here.”
Young’s biggest hit was “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” which peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
“Walk,” “The Way You Used to Do,” and “The Girl” are the songs that have made him famous.
Neil also recorded two albums with his band The All-American Rejects, the band that would later become The Allmoves.
The AllAmerican Rejections’ album “It’s Gonna Take a Village” was the most successful album of all-time, topping the Billboard 200 chart for five weeks.
“It Can’t Happen Here,” a number one hit in the 1970s and 1980s, became Neil’s fourth-most-tracked song.
He won a Grammy Award in 1983 for “I Need a Girl.”
Young is one-half of the group The All American Reject, and they have sold more than 80 million records worldwide.
Neil is also the only player in history who has recorded five studio albums and played for five bands. Young