We all have our favorite guitarist and a selection of their solos we like best. My tastes range pretty widely. In college my band Black Water play many AC/DC songs from that era. A buddy of mine had a video of AC/DC on it and that lead me to find this solo by Angus Young, which I really love.
What's great about it is Angus doesn't just overwhelm you with billions of notes and guitar licks. The entire 9:52 segment is all about tension and anticipation. Dozens of times Angus gives you a little bit of stuff, and then brings it back to the chanting drums. There's even a segment where you sure you're going to get mooned by Angus (I won't give away what happens), followed by Angus going into his all out guitar stuff.
Very entertaining and a good lesson on why it's not just what you play, or how much of it, but it's how you deliver it. It's all in the delivery. If Angus had just laid out the last 2 minutes of this as his solo, we'd remember this as 'just another guitar solo'. Enjoy.