If you're into multi-part guitar stuff I thought I'd lay a little list of great discs i checked out for you to check out. These records are great for your playing whether you dig the musical aesthetic or not.
Joe Pass: Any of the virtuoso records. I personally like the "Live At Long Beach City College' as it was the first one I bought .
Joseph Spence: "The Complete Folkways Recordings". My Mom and all of her friends had this disc so I didn't want to hear it! In my early thirties I gave it another listen. He is a one man dance band.
Tuck Andress: " Tears Of Joy". This was the record that turned me out in terms of counterpoint technique. Tuck really changed
the whole equation, technically speaking with this one. the information is vital and can be used for so many different musical concepts.
Robert Johnson: There are really only about thirty recordings so get them all!
David Starobin: " New Dance". My friend Jeff Asch gave me this a while back. Damn this guy can play. His control is humbling. I haven't attempted to play any of this, listening is enough.
Ted Greene: " Solo Guitar" . About fifteen years ago I took a lesson from Ted. I still think about the info he layed on me. My friend Phil DeGruy calls him the "Ghandi Of Guitar Harmony". He certainly pushed the instrument to it's limit in that department.
This record is apparently the only one he made. Voice leading for days.
If you have anyone you'd like to add, please do, I could use some new guitar inspiration.