Favorite Guitar Solo

What is your favorite guitar solo? The one that bypasses your cerebral cortex? The one that best hits your emotional center? Any genre. Any period. Any length. A million notes. Or just one note. Obscure or famous. You can make any excuse as to why you choose it, but explanations are optional. But you gotta choose just one.

My choice? Eric Clapton’s solo in "Sleepy Time Time" from the Fresh Cream album. Simplicity. Emotional ecstasy. Tone.
@edcyn - "Dark Star" is the ultimate "Afterward" jam, got to admit.
Close is Jerry Garcia’s work on Jefferson Starship’s "Blows Against the Empire" album "Have You Seen the Stars Tonight"/Starship".
Oh boy, always a fun topic. 
I’ll throw out a hidden gem. 
Jimi Hendrix on “Old Times Good Times”
from Stephen Stills’ first solo album, “Stephen Stills.”
And don’t forget Duane’s screaming slide on “One Way Out” from “Eat A Peach.”
Now I’m going to listen to “Orange County Lumber Truck” again. 
Roll with the Changes (REO Speedwagon)  or Hitch a Ride (Boston). Roll down the windows and turn the volume up to 11!
Elvin Bishop on “Fooled Around and Fell in Love.” I learned it and played it with the band at my second daughter’s wedding reception. Such fun!
Alvin Lee with Ten Years After in the song “I’d Love To Change The World.”