“I grew up with the American version, so it was a while before I heard the proper album that The Beatles intended us all to hear. You know, on every single Beatles record, there are some amazing guitar bits, so choosing which album to spotlight can be hard. Revolver, though, has a particularly large amount of great guitar moments.
“And Your Bird Can Sing is such a weird, wonderfully hooky guitar riff. It’s Paul and George playing at the same time, and it almost sounds as if they’re playing through the same amp – that’s how seamless it is.
“Then there’s the backwards guitar on I’m Only Sleeping and Tomorrow Never Knows and all of the great tones that went along with them. It was a time of real exploration. Sonically, expression-wise, the choices of notes – it's all so good.
“Dr. Robert has a really simple but amazing rhythm guitar part, and that would be Lennon. And Paul played a lot of guitars on Revolver. His solos on Taxman are mind-blowing. I don't think that the first solo was flown in at the at the end, though. If you listen to it, there's a slight variation in the note choices. It grooves really hard."