Music's greatest multi-instrumentalists
Dave Grohl: -Dave Grohl is one of the best drummers in the business, having first come to prominence with Nirvana. Now fronting Foo Fighters.
Trent Reznor: -The lead vocalist and principal songwriter of the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails.
Lenny Kravitz: -Lenny Kravitz is familiar to many as a mean guitarist. But the New Yorker is also a standout pianist and keyboard player.
Prince: -Prince was arguably the most talented multi-instrumentalist in music history.
Brian Jones: -The Rolling Stones' lead rhythm guitarist played a wide variety of instruments on the the band's recordings, including sita.
PJ Harvey: -English singer-songwriter PJ Harvey is proficient with an impressive range of musical instruments, including guitar, piano.
Paul McCartney: -A gifted multi-instrumentalist, Paul McCartney is defined by his Hofner violin bass guitar.
Stevie Wonder: -Stevie Wonder is a virtual one-man band, although it is for keyboards and harmonica that he's especially known.
Dolly Parton: -One of country music's most famous faces, Dolly Parton is a gifted banjo player.
David Bowie: -The consummate performer, David Bowie was another hugely gifted multi-instrumentalist. He used his skills on guitar.