These are a couple video demonstrations of musician Anthony Dickens’ Circle Guitar, a guitar with a rapidly spinning disk that strums the strings, so a performer only has to fret. There are also buttons that activate various effects, and the guitar is MIDI and DAW compatible. Some more info about
This is a video of guitarist yourauntstripe (I have an aunt Dottie!) performing 71 Nirvana riffs in five minutes. In his own words while I play Nevermind at full blast because I’ll fight anybody in this shared office space: A small tribute to my favourite band growing up. Nirvana is
This is a video of 7th grader Tanner Benedict, who’s been playing guitar for four years, performing a metal medley on electric guitar at his school talent show. He’s, uh, he’s pretty good. His set list, which I begged him for his hard copy of after the show along with
This is a video of musician Mattias Krantz replacing all the strings inside an upright piano with guitar strings to hear what it will sound like. SPOILER: a piano that’s had all it’s strings replaced with guitar strings. Duh! “You get beat up a lot don’t you?” I’ve never been
This is a video of Artem Mayer of Cooper Guitars constructing a polyester resin electric guitar with the noodles of 36 packs of ramen inside. *playing air guitar* Talk about some tasty jams! Plus if this was your guitar you’d have to worry about going hungry because you could always–
This is a three minute video of guitarist John Johnson (creative parents) improving his ability from the age of 15 to 25. That’s *counting on fingers* eight and a half years. “Ten.” It’s called a shop accident, you gonna hold that against me?
This is a video of guitar god Stevie Ray Vaughan performing a guitar switch mid ‘Look At Little Sister’ at an Austin, Texas concert in 1989 after breaking a string, continuing his solo with only six strings, then smoothly making the switch with guitar tech René Martinez like a hot
This is a video of Youtuber Rachelf learning the play the electric guitar over the course of four years, as documented monthly with examples of her skill playing. I felt like she was a pretty quick learner and was already jamming by the end of her first year. By the