Thursday Instrumental Cookie


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Thursday Instrumental Cookie


The technical guitar demand that Yngwie J. Malmsteen offers is astounding.  I mean what an amazing guitarist that has become musically compassionate about guitar playing.  A complete shredder, his song “Overture 1383,” provides the instrumental guitar speed that Yngwie has possessed for over 20 years.  This song comes from his second studio, “Marching Out.”  Check out “Overture 1383.”

Thursday Instrumental Cookie


The greatest moment of Jimi Hendrix.  “The Star Spangled Banner,” designed with heavy feedback, made one of the greatest guitarists memorable today.  Even Hendrix playing this great song of America, created Woodstock of 1969 as one of the greatest music festivals to occur.  Check out the mighty Hendrix performing the song.  Are you ready for memory of late 1960’s music?  Get ready!

Thursday Instrumental Cookie


Probably one of Michael Angelo Batio’s most finest songs, “8 Pillars of Steel” displays his true guitar playing capabilities.  Influenced by an array of musicians such as Jazz guitarist George Benson and Jeff Beck, Batio uses his complex music theory knowledge to apply it to his guitar skills that have speed.  Voted as one of the fastest playing guitarist, many of Batio’s instrumental songs provide the huge horse power engine for his convertible (double side neck guitar) for true shredding.  Check out the official song video below.

Thursday Instrumental Cookie


This may not be the most richest song of music, but it is enough to make it in my head.  “Hide in the Pickling Jar” by Buckethead, provides key blue improvisations that trace back to guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn.   Buckethead is one of the fastest playing guitarists of the 21st century.  Check out the song video below.

Thursday Instrumental Cookie


Tony Macalpine is perhaps one of the best guitarists of the 21st century in neoclassical/instrumental music.  He is an upright guitar hero playing seven or eight stringed guitars.  With his music nearly compared to Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, he creates beautiful melodies that will blow your mind away.  “Fire Mountain” found on Tony Macapline’s latest studio album “Tony Macalpine,” displays his shredding/ instrumental playing, provided that he is creative in the making of guitar riffs.  Gold stars congrats Macalpine!  Check him out performing “Fire Mountain” and do not forget to have a good year everybody!