Who else but the Louisville Leopard Percussionists could so successfully translate Led Zeppelin into a xylophone-and-marimba opus? The video below shows a rehearsal session for the group, all of whom are between the ages of 7 to 12. In fluid succession, they cover “Immigrant Song,” “The Ocean” and “Kashmir.”
Today we direct your attention to a young Japanese guitarist who goes by the handle "T-cophony." As you'll see in the many videos available on his YouTube channel, T-cophony has a fairly unique tapping style, which he applies to guitars with one neck (bottom video) and two necks (top video).
We admit this video is a lot more amusing if you're familiar with its two stars, Rob Scallon and Jared Dines. They're both guitarists who create hugely popular, guitar-centric videos that tend to get shared here on GuitarWorld.com.
Here's a pretty handy lesson video by the guys at Texas Blues Alley. It's called "How to Be a Jerk Guitar Player in 10 Easy Steps." Of course, it's meant to be sarcastic, yet it does spotlight a lot of unfortunately common behavior among, well, jerk guitarists.
What's this strange new device that makes a Strat-style guitar sound like the score to an Eighties video game? It's a new creation by guitarist Jeremy Bell, who, it seems, is always experimenting when music and gear are involved.
Do you know anyone with a melodic voice? If so, you'll get a kick out of this masterful, addictive 2014 video. A guitarist—most likely Publio Delgado, who posted the clip on his YouTube page—has taken a low-budget commercial for Jones Big Ass Truck Rental and Storage and turned it into a jazz masterpiece.