The generous six-string offering was one of many giveaways from Scallon during a thorough clear out of his guitar collection
Scallon has joined forces with Guitareo for the unique new course, which seeks to provide aspiring guitarists the tools they need to get their six-string journey up and running
The YouTube guitar hero teams up with I Like To Make Stuff to shine fresh light on the unsung innovation
Rob Scallon, that uber-talented guitar-playing, video-making guy from the ever-fascinating world of YouTube, is back with a new video.
Well, it's finally May. And, as any up-to-speed guitar-centric internet fan knows, that's when Rob Scallon posts his popular "Maytallica" videos.
Internet gent and multi-instrumentalist Rob Scallon recently posted a video called "The Down-Tuning Experiment."
Very recently, Metallica's Kirk Hammett made a guest appearance on MexicanYouTube channel Luisito Rey.
Rob Scallon has been known to rock everything from a ukulele to a shovel. Surprisingly, he’s never put his talent to work on a sitar.
Guitarist—well, multi-instrumentalist, to be more accurate—Rob Scallonis often challenged by his almost-1,000,000 YouTube subscribers to perform musicalfeats of skill, dexterity and daring-do.
Guitarist Rob Scallon has showed off his impressive guitar skills in several videos we’ve shared here over the months.
Justin Johnson has been getting attention with a video in which he plays some tasty slide guitar on a three-string guitar made from a shovel and built by Mississippi Blues Guitars.
Back in the spring, multi-instrumentalist Rob Scallon made waves when he posted aviral video called "Metallica's 'One' Played in One Guitar."
I'm sure you all remember Chicago-based guitarist Rob Scallon for his out-of-the-box covers of various metal tunes on the least metal instruments around.
Over the holiday weekend, Rob Scallon, a guitarist with a YouTube account, posted a brand-new video. It's a pretty decent shovel-guitar cover ofMegadeth's "Holy Wars."
Every May, Rob Scallon, a guitarist with a YouTube account, celebrates the existence of Metallica by posting a series of "May-tallica" videos, some of which are pretty good.