TC has some TonePrint settings from Freed on a couple of the tone print pedals. I haven't tried them but yeah I know of him.
I still do not know who Greenwood is, have not have a chance to look him up.
Yeah it is difficult to really dog out players one just cannot stand and so many one has to like in some form or another. I can appreciate anything reasonably good in tone or technique. Except for the few I mentioned I do not have many.
G E Smith just comes to mind as one who grates on my senses every time I see him on anything. He used to be Hall & Oates guitarist then got a gig on SNL for time which I had to endure seeing him on a weekly basis. A real corny guy, expression wise and playing. Why they picked him to play the vintage pieces on the Guitar Revolution documentary (Smithsonian channel) was so painful to endure. Any one who plays something as corny and awful as Camptown Races and has to count off every damn thing they play is just, I don't know, "shovel ready".
While I am sure some might like Foo Fighters and Green Day, they sort of represent a style of guitar playing that makes me not want to play at all. Something about that wide out of control strumming and poppy posing. To me any way, but what do I know, (35 yrs of chasing tone and technique). I suppose a monkey playing piano might appeal to some as some out jazz.