As someone who plays guitar myself, this is exactly the type of video that leaves me wondering why I even try. Sure there are the Victor Wooten bass solos and the unbelievable talent of guitarists like Steve Vai, but what you’re about to see is something special. While shopping at a local Wal-Mart, Texas native Clay Shelburn and his buddy Zac Stokes decided to cover Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Pride and Joy,” a challenging song to begin with. However what makes the video 10x more is epic is that Clay is shredding on a crappy children’s guitar, something that is NEVER supposed to sound as good as the way he makes it. As Reddit user Clay_Statue put it, “He’s seriously misleading that guitar as to the quality of music that it is going to experience in its lifetime.”


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