Muse’s Hysteria played by Mechbase: a MIDI controlled robotic bass player designed and built by New Zealand engineering student James McVay who sez it:
“consists of four string units on an aluminum frame with sliding pitch shifters that alter the pitch of the strings, which are then struck by rotating pick wheels.”
Talented Iranian kid and his equally dextrous-fingered pappy make with the Gypsy Kings.
Not a Werther’s Original in sight.
Also goes by the name of Ol’ Raggedy-Ass Blind Tomcat Jenkins.
No it doesn’t.
A lap of the F1 Korean International Circuit made by Fernando Alonso recreated by Mario “Mustruendor” Torrado on his Gibson X-plorer. Sez he:
The Korea International Circuit has an easy to play first sector, with long straights and strong brakings, and some interesting second and third sectors with nice and melodic utilization of all gears. I must remark the corners 11, 12 and 13, very difficult to learn and play on the guitar, which took me most of the practise time.
Graham Evans, Conservative MP for Weaver Vale, was caught playing ‘air guitar’ while UK’s defence secretary Liam Fox discussed the sacking of 11,000 members of the armed forces. Evans was practising chords using a rolled up Parliamentary order paper for a guitar, but it remains unknown what song he was practising. Maybe ‘Anarchy in the UK?
Or maybe this: