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Whether you’ re just getting started playing lead guitar, or you have experience, we all need that boost every now and then to take our playing up a level.
If you’ve tried various lead guitar moves, but can’t quite sound like your heros, read on…
When the new guitars arrived at my door I had trouble believing that an acoustic instrument could actually fit in such a small box. Journey Instruments had agreed to send me two guitars to test – one solid-top wood guitar and one carbon fiber guitar – and I honestly had no idea what to expect.
Just for fun: enjoy these five guitar fails.
In a sadly true story, this young man actually had the nerve to stick an electric guitar down his pants and try to walk out of a local guitar store. Thankfully a store employee had the wherewithal to snap a picture on his phone. Haha!
If you’re not familiar with guitar amps, this may not make sense to you. Essentially, in an amp stack like this, the amp head on the top makes no sound. All the sound comes from the 4 speakers housed in the bottom cabinet. Ha!
As if playing the air guitar in a televised competition isn’t bad enough, this guy decided that having a rainbow throw up on his clothes before getting on stage would be an excellent idea.
This guitar flip is about as awful and painful to watch as they get. Besides the fact that his windup and diving motion are laughable, watching the guitar fly through the air and hit the cement parking lot almost makes me sorry for the guy.
It seems hard to believe but during the Super Bowl – the world’s biggest stage – Red Hot Chili Pepper’s bassist Flea decided that plugging in his bass was too much trouble. I’ve heard of lip-syncing before…would this be “bass-syncing”?