Whole Lotta Dulcimer! (Insert your own Led Zeppelin dulcimer puns here.) Below, check out a new video of Led Zeppelin's classic "Whole Lotta Love" performed on a three-string electric mountain dulcimer by Sam Edelston.
And now we bring you the impressive "four hands on one guitar neck" sounds of the Siqueira Lima Guitar Duo. In the video, guitarists Fernando (from Brazil) and Cecilia (from Uruguay) somehow perform a new arrangement of Zequinha de Abreu's "Tico Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu)" on one guitar—using their original "hand exchange" method.
Have you ever bought a guitar slide and had intentions of ripping new leads with it, only to discover when you get home that it’s damn near impossible to use? Yeah, I’ve been there, too. Playing slide guitar, well, takes a little dedication in practice, but also in the way you set up your gear, too.
Here's a new video by the Commander-In-Chief, a seven-string guitarist who lives in England. It's a new arrangement of the theme from Dragon Age: Inquisition, a role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The music was written by Trevor Morris.
Over the weekend, Robert Plant and Jack White found themselves on the same stage at the Lollapalooza Argentina festival. Below, you can watch the former Led Zeppelin frontman and White perform with "The Lemon Song," a classic from Led Zeppelin II.
In Guitar World's latest edition of Betcha Can't Play This, New York City-based "subway shredder" Mike Groisman returns with a crazy-fast alternate-picking run that's played on two strings. First he plays it fast, then slow. Then he explains the lick.
Check out this video that was created and posted by the gang at Spin. In the clip, Yngwie Malmsteen teaches Spin senior editor—and self-declared guitar novice—David Marchese everything you need to know to shred like a guitar god.
These videos and audio files are bonus content related to the April 2015 issue of Guitar World. For the full range of interviews, features, tabs and more, pick up the new issue on newsstands now or at the Guitar World Online Store.