Go Shred Racers go!
Youngshred phenom Li-sa-X has released a preview of the title track from her debut EP, Serendipity, and it’s streaming below.
Eleven-year-old shredder Li-sa-X got the new year off to a start with her fret-burning cover of Kiko Loureiro’s “Gray Stone Gateway.”
Li-Sa-X is an 11-year-old Japanese guitar phenomenon whose YouTube covers of virtuoso rock guitar classics, includung Racer X's "Scarified," have racked up seven-figure viewcounts.
The last time we saw guitarist Li-sa-x, she was starring in her first commercial, where she shredded Schubert’s “Lullaby” for Japan Net Bank, using a bank-issued debit card as her pick.
RememberLi-Sa-X? The 11-year-old guitarist from Japan was originally featured on GuitarWorld.com when she coveredGuthrie Govan’s “Fives.”
Well, Li-sa-X—who is a whopping 10 years old now—is back with a new video. In it, she takes on the Polyphia track “Aviator,” shredding up a storm as always.
One or 2,457 of you might remember Li-Sa-X, a young Japanese guitarist who covered Racer X's 1987 instrumental shred tune "Scarified" on YouTube late last year.