Hi everybody. I just came up with this question because somebody said in another thread that Alex Lifeson's guitar tone in "Working man" may be the best all-time guitar tone. I'm just curious about your opinion on this guitar tone topic, but I don't want to focus this on the typical idea of a great guitar soloist with trademark licks and tone. I'm just thinking of pure, plain power chords as an accompaniment part for a hard rock tune (or maybe in a melody like "Smoke On The Water"), because there are lots of aspects that can define a great guitarist when soloing, but IMO, the main thing that differentiates a great guitarist from another when just playing power chords is his/her choice of distortion/overdrive tone. Of course there are lots of great examples, but when this statement about Lifeson came up, one name came instantly to my mind: Tom Scholz. His guitar tone on all of the Boston albums when playing this role is simply perfect to me. This is one of the reasons why "More Than A Feeling" is the power rock ballad I undoubtfully like the most (aside from its chord progression, Brad Delp's voice, etc, etc...). So that's the question: Who plays the power chords you enjoy the most tonewise? Thank you in advance for your input!