Arthur Smith and two members of the Tennessee Ramblers (Don Reno & Roy Lear). Arthur was a country guitar, mandolin and banjo virtuoso. Succesfully reissued on MGM, labeled Arthur Smith & His Cracker Jacks, in the slipstream of their Banjo Boogie hit in '48. Super Disc was a small local label in Washington D.C., owned by Irwin Feld, the man behind the 1959 Winter Dance Party Tour that ultimately took the life of Buddy Holly and all.
Pee Wee Crayton [as Bounce Pee Wee]
Super Sonics [precursor of the Virtues version]
Virtues [as Guitar Boogie Shuffle; Top 5 US]
Bert Weedon [idem]
Burt Blanca [as Guitar Boogie Twist]
Jokers [as Football Boogie]
Same (12 string) guitar line in Lead Belly's Roberta (Part 1 & 2) from '35. Chuck Berry's Guitar Boogie from his One Dozen Berries lp is all his own, covered by the English Scorpions ('59) and by The Yardbirds ('66) as Jeff's Boogie.