A really cool video featuring guitar string oscillations captured with an iPhone 4. Created with some appropriate lighting and high frame rate.
Megabyte and Bob having a Guitar Duel at Enzo's Birthday party. I do not take any credit for the making of reboot or any clips containing footage from it. I am just a fan sharing a memory.
This guy uses uses over a thousand pictures and notes to put together an incredible stop motion version of 'Flight of the Bumblebee'.
An innovative way to change up the tradition electric guitar with the help of some digital features.
This musician shows off an unusual, yet very impressive guitar style!
Playing 2 songs of this fantastic album called "I Robot" released in 1977, by the Alan Parsons Project. Guitar solo of "I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You", and final guitar part of "Genesis Ch. 1. V. 32" I hope all of you like my video, feel free to comment, and please don't forget to rate. Cheers for All! RIP Eric Woolfson This is only a tribute to a great rock legend. All rights reserved to Alan Parsons Project.
Media player comes to real life.
Maybe he should put that guitar down and just stick to listening to the music.
All the Simpsons fans out there will appreciate this video. You'll recognize a few tunes in this awesome guitar medley.
A group of soccer players join this Guitar Hero style game by shooting at lit panels on the wall.
You won't even believe the guitar playing skills of these kids! Already a bunch of virtuosos and they're only a few years old.
"Icarus' Song" by Furly.Downloadable content for Rock Band 2. You can download this song through the Rock Band Network Store on the Xbox 360. This song was played on my sightread, meaning this was the first time I have ever played the song and seen the chart. THIS IS NOT MEANT TO SHOW SKILL. Me on expert guitar At first, you think this is gonna be a guitar song, but then you hear the drums kick in and you know it's all about the drums. Good song, regardless.
An amazing slow motion shot of an incoming eagle owl. I would not want to be on the receiving end of those talons, that's for sure.
This guy does a pretty awesome job covering the song 'Where is My Mind' by Pixies using only his guitar, sick beat-boxing skills, and some looping effects.
Taken at 18000 frames per second, this video gives a peek into the incredible amount of force behind one of these projectiles.
Like the old saying goes, everything is better in slow motion! Here's a good example of that.
This would make a bit more sense if the rest of the band members were actually good!
This bassist creates a song to demonstrate various uses of effects with his instrument. Very cool video to go along with it too.
This kids can really light up the dance floor!
A nearly perfect rendition of the classic song from the band Queen, this guy covers all the bases to get a nice full sound all by his lonesome self.