Have you seen this one? A few years ago, a guy put his iPhone 4 into his acoustic guitar, facing toward the sound hole, and recorded the entire experiment on video with the phone's camera. I guess he wanted to see what the strings look like when they're being played. What he captured is mesmerizing, as many would agree.
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.