YouTube - Little Wing (unedited)- Frank Gambale, Bunny Brunel
Gambale playing Little Wing at NAMM quite a few years ago. Top bit of improv and shows what a good player he is for many reasons. Whilst an unbelievable player who could technically put any other player in the shade, playing this song you can't just shred it out and have to try a bit harder to find the melody. So many guys just try to rip on blues/pentatonic scales and utterly ruin the feel of the song (Steve Vai, looking at you). Gambale is one of the very, very, very few players who is capable of doing ultra-technical fusion shred in one gig and then ripping out a great blues solo in another.
In all seriousness, can barely think of another player I've ever heard who can do both technique and feel so convincingly, most guys try to find a half-way point between the two and do that every time rather than, essentially, turning into two separate players depending on who they're playing with. Guthrie Govan or Greg Howe maybe? Don't think those are quite in Gambale's sphere technically, though.
For context, this is Frank's usual stuff.
YouTube - Frank Gambale Tips On Breaking Into Music
Vastly under-rated player. I notice he's using a Yamaha Pacifica in the first clip too. Awesome guitars anyway, let alone for the price.
EDIT: Notice how much Frank backs off from 4:18 and just fills the space behind the keyboard solo, sign of a pro. Oh man, such a sweet little bit at 5:50 there too, just so much guitar to listen to. Simple but not simplistic, if that makes sense. The keyboard solo is exactly what I'm talking about as far as how NOT to play Little Wing, incidentally.