A note perfect guitar cover of Metallica’s
Master of Puppets by 16 year old French guitar virtuoso Tina S.
Last year, she gave an
even more impressive rendition of the solo from Pink Floyd’s Comfortably Numb.
The guitar is a custom
Vigier Excalibur. But you knew that.
Mariusz Goli does his thing on the streets of Katowice.
His fretwork is somewhat nifty.
A patented ‘ergonomic’ guitar pick from Pykmax that rests in the hand allowing the user to forget about gripping and focus on shredding.
Or a tiny saddle for a rat.
It’s all good.
Brian Colhoun writes:
“Adverts.ie rules for mad shi*t”
Handcrafted Electric Slide Guitar (Adverts.ie)
The Choir Invisible writes:
“Hi guys, I know you don’t normally do this but a much beloved guitar of ours has gone missing, presumed stolen. Last seen in Fibbers on the Quays on 11th May. A rare Fender Telecaster, black paisley design. Probably the only one around Dublin. Reward offered. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. or here with any information
Both parts of the Arthur ‘Guitar Boogie’ Smith
classic made famous in the 1972 movie Deliverance played on a double necked guitar by big showoff guitar virtuoso Mark Kroos.
You’ll notice there’s no actual banjo involved here. For purists, here’s
Arthur Smith’s 1955 original.
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.”
Alex Chadwick’s rock ‘n’ roll history in 100 riffs on a 1958 Fender Stratocaster.
Music store promos. This is how you do them.