Assume you’ll be able to deal with a Metallica and Van Halen mashup that has James Hetfield singing the lyrics from “Enter Sandman” over the bounce of Van Halen’s “Panama“? You then’re prepared for “Enter Panaman.”
Mike G, a extensively adopted music teacher on YouTube who operates beneath the deal with The-Art-of-Guitar, created the mashup and shared it on the video website final week. And for all his expertise at mixing bands’ milieux, it appears he normally retains his channel to tutorial movies for musicians as a substitute of rock and steel mashups. Regardless, “Enter Panaman” might undoubtedly function a shock to the senses if a listener began enjoying it with out understanding what was in retailer.
Hearken to the Metallica and Van Halen sonic meet-up down towards the underside of this publish.
On his web site, Mike says he initially began his The Artwork of Guitar platform “to show my nephew (who lives in one other state) guitar, however realized that everybody might additionally profit from my many years of enjoying and instructing expertise. It is a terrific feeling to know that anybody can study guitar from me and even once I’m too outdated to play, the knowledge will nonetheless be accessible to make the world a extra musical place.”
Nevertheless, on April 10, Mike took off his guitar instructor hat, if only for a second, to dip his toe on this planet of mashups by combining the slam of Metallica with the showmanship of Van Halen.
“Was rocking out to Panama,” the YouTuber explains, “and this concept simply popped into my head so I needed to make it actual. haha. Cannot consider how effectively they work collectively in most sections.”
Discover out extra about Mike G’s The Artwork of Guitar at the-art-of-guitar.com.