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.
Get your timers out and watch as YouTube multi-instrumentalist Rob Scallon plays 31 guitar-centric songs in one minute on his Chapman ML-1 Hot Rod.
By now, most GuitarWorld.com visitors should be familiar with Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist Rob Scallon, the guy who covers Slayer and Cannibal Corpse songs with banjos and ukuleles 'n' such.