Robert Brenne, a 25-year-old Pennsylvania man, has found a new career: turning ordinary objects into guitar amps. There's his Ghostbusters lunch box, a rotary telephone, cigar boxes (of course) and a Pac-Man thermos — just to name a few.
Check out the latest viral guitar-related video! This one features a young fingerstyle guitarist named Ben Lapps, who plays a tune while bouncing a basketball, the sound of which he uses as percussion.
While it's not unusual to find 12-, 13- and 14-year-old guitarists on YouTube who make adults feel like, well, lame-o guitar players, we thought you'd appreciate this recently posted (May 20) video of 14-year-old "Tina" playing a convincing — and effortless — cover of Eddie Van Halen's "Eruption" solo.
Motörhead may have made "Ace of Spades" famous as a three-piece, but Compressorhead have just taken the Lemmy-penned tune viral with substantially more pieces — namely gears, cogs and pistons. Check out the video below of this all-metal band playing an all-time metal classic.