It looks like we might be a little late on this one, given the fact that OVER 2 MILLION people have already seen this video of 8-year-old Zoe Thomas shredding the heck out of "Stratosphere" by Stratovarius. If you haven't already, check out the video below.
This one has been played on YouTube more than 16 million times, already, we know -- but here it is again in case you've missed it. It's Canadian band Walk off the Earth -- with singer Sarah Blackwood -- playing a clever cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" using the same Epiphone acoustic guitar, all at once.
There's a music video that's been making the rounds lately that has bloggers everywhere throwing around phrases like "the worst music video ever." These are usually accompanied by interjections like "OMG" and "WTF srsly?" The video is called "The King That Never Was" and it's by a band called Alternate Reality.
We haven't brought you a good WTF in a while -- well, besides anything Courtney Love said -- so I thought I'd share this video of a guitarist in a hair metal cover band having a bit of a change of heart with regards to his career path. In other words, he's going solo!
Here's a demo of a Kitara digital (MIDI) guitar. According to the Kitara website, the device is a MIDI controller featuring an onboard synth plus 8-inch multitouch touchscreen. It is "crafted with high-density injection-molded ABS polymer."