Kelley Juett has been called one of the world's most underrated guitar players. But it's a title he's quickly shedding. As part of Dallas-based Mothership, a heavy rock band he started with his brother Kyle in 2010, the Dallas guitarist harnesses classic-rock-inspired riffs from legends like Angus Young from AC/DC. "Angus took over me whole world," Juett told Fret12.com in April. "I learned all of his stuff once I started jamming." He picked up his love of classic rock from his father, John "Big J" Juett, a drummer and music lover with an impressive collection of vinyl records from blues, classic rock, hard rock, metal and Southern rock artists. It's a foundation that helped to define Juett's style and eventually led to his signature guitar series from Boult Guitars called the Galaxy collection.