‘Dueling Banjos’ on One Guitar

Mark Kroos plays both parts of "Dueling Banjos" on a double necked guitar

Mark Kroos plays both parts of “Dueling Banjos” on a double necked guitar:

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Comments

  1. Neil Hudelson says:

    Tapping is not the easiest technique to master, let alone with two guitars. Incredibly impressive.

  2. MarkedMan says:

    Ok then. I will never touch my guitar again. No point now, as its all been done.

  3. michael reynolds says:

    I always wonder if IQ tests capture any of that. You know what kind of mental processing speed that takes? Not to mention co-ordination? I’m proud of the fact that I can brush my teeth and delete emails simultaneously. This is just a wee bit harder than that.

  4. Matt says:

    @michael reynolds: A lot of it is just muscle memory. I find myself messing up if I actually think about that stuff while doing it. I can’t comment for him though as he’s taken the concept to a level I’ve never even come close to doing.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_ylLi3Aipg

    Dude built that bass himself

  5. S Johnson says:

    I agree with Michael Reynolds. Most of this stuff is muscle memory but this guy has taken it to a whole new level! Very impressive stuff.