Bottom Line...the show was incredible for lack of a better word. If you were expecting John Mayer to come in and play a trio version of all of his pop songs from his last 3 albums, think again. Tonight was a night filled with funky groove's, mindblowing technique, and pure wailing bluesy vocals. He only played 1 song from his previous albums, and his version of "Daughters" changed from a pleasant 6/8 ballad to an awesome 6/8 blues. Steve Jordan did an excellent job on the drums, laying down solid grooves, and doing some really nice call and response with Mayer. Although John Mayer's guitar skills were just awe inspiring, I couldn't keep my eyes and ears off Pino Palladino on bass. His fingerstyle playing is just so solid and smooth, that it literally made me come home and practice. I'm lucky I live with other musicians. Anyway, inspiring to say the least. He had a pretty sweet rig mixing Ashdown Amps with Epifani Cabs. Sounded great. He had about 5 or 6 basses, varying from 51'-P s to 70's esk J-basses, but he only used one bass all night. He used a pink p-bass which sounded huge. That's about it for the night, I'll report more in the morning.