Two guys who were bandmates from quite a few years ago passed through town and stopped by. I played a recording of my main band for them. I never told them who the band was before they heard it. All I sort of jokingly said was, "Tell me what you think of this great new band that came out of nowhere." About half way into the first song, a cover song, they cracked up saying, "That's you! Who are the others in the band???." This kind of shocked me because I never saw myself as having any kind of "signature" sound or style. In fact, I have to play a lot of covers and always thought I did a good job of staying close to the original recordings (albeit, with my own touches). I asked how they knew it was me, and all they said was, "Oh, just little things, like not staying in one place." My first question is - Would this bother you??? Like, maybe, your playing is too cliche'd or too predictable??? Second question is - Do you consider you have your own musical "signature" or have you ever been told your playing is identifiable???