This is a video of very talented musician Charles Berthoud performing Earl Scruggs’ bluegrass standard ‘Foggy Mountain Breakdown’ but on a bass guitar, making it sound as much like a banjo as he can while doing so. According to the Youtube comments, his technique is most impressive. Me? I don’t
This is a video of musician JMAPMUSIC attempting to play the iconic riff from Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ wearing more and more pairs of latex gloves, all the way up to twenty. He does a fine enough job I guess, although Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield will probably still try to
In real mature news, this is the already-funded Kickstarter campaign for the Fart Pedal, a guitar effects pedal that turns guitar input into farts. It includes a switch for selecting either juicy or dry farts, and a knob for just how much gas the pedal produces. It also comes with
This is a video of Brazilian musician Johnatha Bastos performing Guns N’ Roses’ 1987 banger ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ on electric guitar with his feet. Johnatha was born with partially formed arms, so he plays with a pick between his toes as a testament to overcoming life’s challenges. Most impressive.
Because the internet, like an old fashioned butter churn filled with who-knows-what, never stops producing something to melt into the pockets of your Eggo, this is a video of a man recreating the intro to Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’ by bouncing a ping pong ball off the strings of a
Because dream it and you can achieve it, this is a video of Australian musician Alan Gogoll performing 10,000 guitar harmonics in 14-minutes and 15-seconds. With 855 seconds in that time, that’s a harmonic every 0.0855 seconds. WOW. Wait — just what the hell is a guitar harmonic anyways? Let
This is a video of very talented musician Ichika Nito playing a superwide 14-string electric guitar. Now that — that is a lot of strings. Maybe not as many as a harp, but *casually strums harp in grand foyer of mansion* this is all a daydream. There’s no question Ichika
Hot on the heels of ‘Jack And Diane’ but most of the lyrics are “Suckin’ on a chili dog,” this is an remix from web developer Matthew McVickar of the Steve Miller Band’s 1973 classic ‘The Joker’ but with the iconic guitar slide wolf whistle from the “Some people call