Surprise at a pub live performace While playing this cult Green Day track at a bar gig, cover band Borderline Toxic got a nice surprise.
Billie Joe Armstrong, vocalist and guitarist for Green Day, jumped onto the stage as soon as he heard the band kick off his band's classic "Basket Case."
“Black in Black” with a pan A man in a knight's helmet plays AC/DC's "Black in Black" on acoustic guitar while getting hit on the head by a woman with a pan.
When Shaggy plays the guitar (from 0.00001 to 1% of his power) This is what Shaggy can do using a small percentage of his power. Using more than 1% could be harmful to the guitar. At 1% of his power he can play guitar with the ultra instinct. Ultra Instinct Shaggy is an Ultra Instinct Remix featuring the character Shaggy from Scooby-Doo undergoing the "ultra instinct" transformation of Goku from Dragon Ball Super. After an Ultra Instinct Remix featuring Shaggy grew popular, the character developed a fandom online.
Girl from audience plays on stage with Green Day Girl from audience tears up stage at Green Day (Oakland, Aug. 5th 2017)
During Green Day's cover of Operation Ivy’s “Knowledge,” Maddi Gruber was singled out of the crowd by lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong and brought on stage to play guitar with the band. YouTube will show you that Green Day does the all the time. Billie Joe give a quick lesson and then turns the spotlight to a guest and letting him or her do there thing before giving the guitar as a souvenir. What you won’t see on most of the videos is the audience member completely killing it like Gruber did. The 18-year-old went off, jumping around the stage with her green and blue hair flying around as she nailed the part like a pro.
24 STRINGS BASS SOLO Playing the only 24 Strings Bass Guitar ever made. It's called "Godzilla"... Such a crazy instrument, hope you'll like it :)
Controllable Third Thumb lets wearers extend their natural abilities For her graduate work at the Royal College of Art, Dani Clode created a wearable third thumb that can help its user carry more objects, squeeze lemons or play complex chords on the guitar. The Third Thumb is a motorised, controllable extra digit, designed for anyone who wants to extend their natural abilities. A student of the school's product design masters, Clode created the device as a way to challenge conventional ideas about prosthetics – usually thought of as devices only for people with disabilities. "The origin of the word 'prosthesis' meant 'to add, put onto', so not to fix or replace, but to extend," said Clode. "The Third Thumb is inspired by this word origin, exploring human augmentation and aiming to reframe prosthetics as extensions of the body." "It is part tool, part experience, and part self-expression," she added. "It instigates necessary conversation about the definition of 'ability'."
Μια μουσική ιδιοφυία 21 Year Old Usman Riaz grew up playing classical piano since the age of 6. Picking up guitar at 16 Usman taught himself how to play percussive guitar. Along with these 2 primary instruments he experiments with a number of other ones such as Harmonica, Mandolin, Harmonium and percussion. His recent at TED performances and talks at TED Global 2012 and his selection for the US State department funded cultural/music exchange program OneBeat have proven to him that the internet can be used as a reliable platform to learn new things and open up pathways that seemed impossible before.