Monday, February 21, 2011

Monday music: Trevor Gordon Hall, Experimental Acoustic Guitar

Performed live at the Martin Guitar Museum.



(Thanks to reader Jack Wickwire)

6 comments:

Stan McCullars said...

How'd he do that?!

Robert said...

Very impressive. He is definitely very talented...especially to somebody like me who has clumsy fingers!

JackW said...

I’m a pretty frequent visitor to the Martin Factory and have heard some really great music there. I’ve actually played some of the guitars in this museum. If you are ever in the Lehigh Valley, stop in to Nazareth where carpenters make some of the very best guitars on the planet. The factory tour is one of the best in the country.

Susan said...

Don't his hands hurt??

Rhology said...

Alot like Scott Denté of Out of the Grey.

Yvonne said...

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed that performance.

I'll go out on a limb and expose my ignorance, but how can he finger the frets and make sounds without strumming? It would seem that an electrical guitar could do that, but this was acoustical.