Musician Andre Antunes shows off his skills while demonstrating the distinctive playing styles of 10 iconic guitarists, performing a cover version of Daft Punk’s hit Get Lucky with each axe man’s individual flair.
Meliani Siti Sumartini (aka “Mel”) may be just 15 years old, but she proves that rocking out has no age, gender or cultural boundaries, as she shreds with the best of them on her electric guitar. Hit up her YouTube channel for more headbanging.
We’ve featured 15-year-old electric guitar prodigy Tina S. shreddinglicks before, but this rendition of the solo from Pink Floyd’s Comfortably Numb is downright brilliant. If we had a band, we’d want Tina as our lead guitarist.
NeoGeofanatic shreds a rockin’ new version of Michael Sembello’s cheesetastic classic Maniac from the 1983 film Flashdance. We’re picturing Jennifer Beals welding and pouring a huge bucket of water over herself – not at the same time.
Musician Bill Ruppert demonstrates how to reproduce Vangelis’ epic theme music from Blade Runner using nothing more than an electric guitar and Electro-Harmonix‘ effect pedals. It’s the kettledrum part that really gets us.
Guitarist John Denner shreds an impressive cover of Eddie Van Halen’s Eruption solo, but what’s truly impressive is what you’ll see about 25 seconds into the video. Watch, and you’ll be amazed too. More here.
Country rocker Brad Paisley was playing a gig when he grabbed an audience member’s GoPro camera and gave them some unforgettable footage, using the camera itself as a slide for his guitar solo. It’s a shame the audio is so crappy.
Three live tracks by this UK acoustic guitar duo starts off with Sandstorm by Darude, then moves on to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, and wraps with Dick Dale’s rapid-fire theme from Pulp Fiction. Their Daft Punk tribute is sublime.
Face it. This little Japanese girl can play the guitar better than you or I can. Watch in awe as Li-sa-X shreds a cover version of Racer X’s Scarified, on an electric guitar that looks like its bigger than she is.
A sublime acoustic guitar cover version of Eurythmics ’80s hit Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), performed by ortoPilot and his pals. Be sure to check out his YouTube and Spotify channels for lots of other awesome covers.
An innovative add-on for guitar and bass players, the Guitar Wing lets you wirelessly control DAWs, MIDI effects units and even synths from the edge of your instrument. It offers pads, buttons, faders and a 3-axis motion sensor.
Our Spidey-senses are tingling after listening to guitarist Eric “331Erock” Calderone spinning an epic web of Spider-Man tracks with his black axe and a little backup from his talkbox. Be sure to stick around for the big finish.
Mark Sidney Johnson takes us on a 50 year tour through the history of rock and roll guitar solos, playing 28 famous riffs – from Jimi Hendrix to Jimmy Page to Eddie Van Halen to Jack White. The first in CDZA’sThe Instrumentals series.
14-year-old electric guitar prodigy Tina S. returns to blow our minds and eardrums once more with a rendition of Patrick Rondat’s rock and roll tribute to Summer from Vivaldi’s classical opus The Four Seasons.
Keep your eye on Mason, the guitarist on the right side of the frame. He’s trying to pull off that move where you spin the guitar all the way around your body. Unfortunately, he doesn’t quite seem to have nailed the technique.
Watch in awe as 14-year-old Tina S. shreds a bit of Van Halen’s Eruption on her Vigier Excalibur Custom guitar. If Eddie Van Halen ever needs a stand-in, we think she’s got him covered. (Thanks Everyone!)
This street musician shreds like you wouldn’t believe with a finger-blistering performance as his digits go flying across the frets and strings of his acoustic guitar. We’re impressed he doesn’t get his beard caught in the strings.