This video has been played on YouTube more than 158 million times — but here it is again, just 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.
Jason Kertson does an amazing job of performing on acoustic guitar. But with a twist. He’s playing two guitars at once! In this video Kertson taps out the rhythmic and melodic parts for Andy McKee's song "Drifting" off of the album Art of Motion.
Does America got talent? Before you answer that, check out this video of a guitar-playing, karate-chopping dude named Matt "Rockstar" Sikorski! The clip is actually Sikorski's unsuccessful audition video for NBC's America's Got Talent.
Someone recently contacted us to tell us about the Smomid. Exactly what is a Smomid? Let's just say it's a very unique interface/instrument created by Nick Demopoulos. Its name is an acronym for "String Modeling MIDI Device."
Several months ago, we shared a video titled "Guitar Receives Custom Metallic Swirl Paint Job." The mesmerizing seven-minute-long video, which shows how a guitar gets a custom metallic swirl paint job, was one of our most popular stories that month and was shared nearly 12,000 times on Facebook.