Blind Lemon Jefferson played acoustic guitar — and just solo — but he played the same kind of thing. His way of execution left you with the feeling that you could hear someone else backing him up. And he had a special way of phrasing, too, that I don’t hear from many people today. Anyone can play 64 notes in a bar, but to place just one or two in that same bar in just the right place, or maybe even let one go by, then double up on it in the next bar — that’s something special. Blind Lemon was my idol.