Bernth, Guitar Shred Virtuoso Conquers the Seemingly Impossible!
Bernth, Guitar Shred Virtuoso Conquers The Seemingly Impossible!
Youtube guitar shred virtuoso Bernth has transposed his adaptation of Paganini’s final “Caprice” for violin. This piece (Caprice 24) has been widely considered to be one of the most difficult pieces ever written for solo violin. Guitar sherd Virtuoso Bernth has not only conquered this incredible piece of music, he shreds it with a razor sharp metal edge as only Bernth can. Bernth kicks off the release of his debut LP Elevation with a shred video of Caprice 24, Check it out!
Bernth describes his debut LP Elevation this way:
“I couldn’t be happier with these new songs and the album in general,” BERNTH says. “My biggest goal was writing fresh, challenging instrumental music that is also easy and entertaining to listen to. All songs were insanely challenging to record but emotion, feeling and melody always had priority. You can find odd meters, exotic scales, unique guitar techniques, the weirdest effect, and many more details all over the album – but always in a way that serves the songs and the emotions they are supposed to portray.”
Whether you’re a guitar shredder yourself or a fan of guitar shred music, you will definitely want to get a copy of Bernth’s debut LP Elevation once you’ve head Bernth’s adaptation of this blistering masterpiece. His LP Elevation will be released tomorrow 5-14-21 and you can get a copy of this guitar shredding debut at: https://www.bernth.at/