Born in 1910 and credited as being the father of electric guitar, T. Bone Walker's influence is still reverberating coast to coast. Blues and jazz guitarist feel his legacy as a player and showman. How could T. Bone be so revolutionary for his day and yet still sound modern to our ears? The answer to that question lies in his signature style and formidable technique. The class examines T. Bone's greatest solos that capture his musical essence.