In this particularly good "guitar video," we see a Lego bot—as programmed in Lego Mindstorms EV3 bundled software—playing an acoustic guitar. The Lego bot is actually playing a cover of "Little Talks" by Of Monsters and Men.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of ". _ _ _ _," the new video single by guitarist Angel Vivaldi. The song is from Vivaldi's latest self-release, Away With Words Pt. 1. And in case you're wondering, ". _ _ _ _" isn't a typo. It means "One" in Morse code.
You use stomp boxes to affect your guitar’s signal. How about something that lets you change your tone right at the source: the guitar’s strings? Vo Inventions’ Vo Wond lets you vibrate the strings of your guitar individually to create string- and flute-like sounds.
Sure, there are scores of stellar live versions of Stevie Ray Vaughan's version of "Texas Flood" online, but there's simply something magical about this raw performance from July 17, 1982, at the Montreux Jazz and International Music Festival. The extended, dynamics-filled rollercoaster ride finds SRV reaching into his bag of King-meets-Hendrix Licks—not mention behind his back, where his Strat rested for the final third of the song.
In this new video, guitarist Steve Lukather walks you through his signature Luke model electric guitar from Ernie Ball Music Man. For more about this guitar, check out the specs below and visit its page on music-man.com.