Canadian hard rock legend shows off the bluesy, hard-hitting licks he’s rained down on eardrums throughout his long, prolific career
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In the ‘70s and ‘80s, when it seemed like every guitarist was from the UK or the U.S., Pat Travers put Canada on the hard-rock map with a brawny, bluesy technique and caramelized bark that suggested Robert Johnson’s crossroads were actually in Toronto. A guitarist’s guitarist, a Guitar Player magazine centerfold, and a hero to Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, Pat uses his frenzied fingers to boil strings like linguini, ripping through tunes from his long and prolific career.