LOL. This part is good. Although the Will Ferrell reference is also good too.
Also ask if there are any Synthaxe guitars available?
I believe anyone that tries to imitate Jay's solo on The Ending means the guitar is officially theirs since the guitar will be 'worn and torn' after imitating Jay Graydon's solo. Salesperson...."Congratulations. You just broke the new-ness of the guitar after your Jay Graydon impersonation and it's yours for $1000. You want that guitar in paper or plastic bag?"
From his 1979 solo debut album, Knock The Walls Down. Written by Steve Kipner and Jay Graydon. This album is one of Jay Graydon's first productions. This track features one of his excellent guitar solos.
A few extras worth adding even though they are not rock music related such as Scott Henderson's early years stuff which is what I prefer myself.
It was back in 1985 that I went to a music performance at a club in Los Angeles and watched Michael Fisher, a great percussionist that had been on many 1970s and 1980s albums, and I talked to Michael at the time. I wanted to see if he did one time lessons when he had spare time. Those usually ranged from 100 to 300 back then in mid 1980s...probably a lot more these days. Michael had mentioned he didn't do that type of stuff, but gave me contact info of Brad Dutz (percussion). I didn't know Brad's work at the time and decided to skip contacting him when I should have. I would have had I known about his work with Tribal Tech, but I didn't know his work before then.
On a tangent side from Scott Henderson's past work, which Scott did on Chick's first Elektric band album, here are two pieces from Elektric Band's second album Light Years which I believe is a bit better than their first album.