Video: Guitarist Plays "Flight of the Bumblebee" at 1300 BPM

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pecho

THIS IS MEGA FAKE!!!

pikman

It was for a good cause nonetheless,if anything at least acknowledge that.....that was mind blowing.

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mooseboy

1300 bpm = 21.666666666666667 Hz. The picking alone is right at the lower limit of human hearing. Yikes.

That being said, though… I'm only impressed in the "dog walking on his hind legs" fashion. It's amazing to see it being done, but what good is it really?

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jamminfool

..and now, for your amusement, amazement and enlightenment, I will attemp to play "Flight Of The BumblieBee", on my custom crafted BC GibsoFend-IbaJacksoCharvaNez 93 string guitar, at the insane, irresponsible, incomprehensible speed of THREE QUINT-TRILLION GIGA-BEATS PER SECOND! That's right, it'll be played SO FAST, so as to not even resemble any sound that's been created on this Earth before it! Here goes...aaaaaaaaaand I'm limbering up my fingers by ripping through that Swedish guy Ing-Vay (he spells his OWN NAME wrong, just how good can he be on guitar?), well, I'm gonna play EVERY THING HE EVER WROTE, at 16 quadrillion BPS, just to warm up...(*bip*) alright, that's done! Impressive, no? Well, that's NOTHING!!! Here goes my record attempt...I'm lining my hands up on my fretboard, aaaaand......(*bip*)! VOILA!!! Not once, not twice, but THREE TIMES STRAIGHT THROUGH, IN A MANNER THAT NOBODY COULD UNDERSTAND!!! It's official, I am the fastest guitarist in the universe, so fast that it is impossible, as stated in the irrefutable laws of physics, to ever top my amazing feet!!! That's right, not feat but FEET...they're a size 47 1/16th extra narrow! :-p

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mooseboy

I see that we posted at the same time. However, your original post was much funnier than mine, but I am now going to post the funniest, longest rebuttal in the universe at record speed… (*bip*)

Top that if you can! :)

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SomethingWild71

Dam fast, did sound like a video game..

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