I just watched that whole video and it just underscores how amazing of a player Kimock is. Yes, the guitar certainly contributes to the tone and feel, but the true beauty is in his playing. He could play a shovel with strings and if it was in tune it would sound great. He demonstrates such restraint and just sits in the pocket waiting for the right time to explode. He's a master of the fretboard too...if you're a player and you look at his choices made during the solos, it so interesting and unconventional compared to how many or most would approach it. We could all use a lesson or 2 from him. Sometimes less is more and other times more is just what's needed and he just delivers it. As Jerry said...he's the best unknown player out there. Or something like that. Just my 2 cents...I've always admired his playing and wished I had half his talent.