Aside from the usual guys like Vai, Satch, Eric Johnson, Lane etc, who all have killer vibrato I thought I'd toss up a few names that maybe don't come up so much. I'd also like to point out that when I consider vibrato, I look at the vibrato a player can get with a trem too - anyone can vibrato with a trem, but some sound better than others. So, some players with cool vibrato: Ryan Knight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcjra_bUwvQ This guy is a technique monster as far as metal goes, that note at 04:03 though, hnnnng! Tony Macalpine: Ok, we know this guy is serious, top tier talent, but for all the talk of his incredible technique and phrasing, his vibrato is often overlooked. It's nuanced, subtle and smooth when it needs to be, and ballsy when the mood calls for it. It's all over this track here, but the outro solo, jezuz. Brb, going to reattach the doors in my mind that Tony just blew off the hinges! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5vL39j6UK8 Ok, Lane is a beast and not exactly underrated in any department, but most people won't have heard this, as it's one of his less well known recordings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eN7oj7ejlow The section from about 16:00-18:00 is littered with great little vibrato moments, but the section from 13:00ish - 18:15 needs to really be listened to in full, preferably listening to the first 18 minutes as whole to really understand the context of this amazing guitar work. It really seems to me that in this 5 minutes, Shawn Lane had God Mode enabled, there is passion and fire flowing from his fingers like I've never heard. Unbelievable. And sad, so very, very sad that before his death, Lane had become bored of playing Indian music and wanted to get back to this sort of western fusion style. Oh Lane, what secrets hath ye taken to thine grave? To quote Half Life 2, "It is not me they seek, but the pure light that shines through me!".