Video of the Day: Crankin' Up the 3-String Shovel Guitar!

Posted January 27, 2017
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The internet is filled this week with videos of some fancyu guitar playing with some untraditional instruments. Staying on theme, today's video of the day is Justin Johnson playing his 3-string shovel guitar. 

•Justin Johnson Signature 3-String Shovel Guitar Available HERE: http://www.rootsmusicschool.com/shove...
•Justin Johnson MUSIC & MERCH: http://www.RootsMusicSchool.com
•"Crankin' It Up" Available for DIGITAL DOWNLOAD at: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/justinjohnson47
•Official Website:  http://www.JustinJohnsonLive.com
•Justin Johnson Blog:  http://www.RootsMusicSchool.org
•FaceBook Page:  http://www.facebook.com/JustinJohnson...
•YouTube Channel:  http://www.youtube.com/justinjohnsonlive
•Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/justinjohnson11


Brief Bio
International touring and recording artist Justin Johnson has been hailed by Guitar World as a “must-see act”, dubbed “The Wizard” for his mastery of stringed instruments, and recognized as Slidestock International Slide Guitar Champion. He has earned endorsements from guitar builders around the world, published educational books on music theory and technique, and released a series of instructional DVDs.

 


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