French prodigy known as Tina S. is perhaps if not the greatest living guitar god left on the planet. She has otherworldly fingers which flow between each fret with absolute ease. She uploaded this amazing performance on YouTube.
For those who play guitar or have, this is simply stunning. Everyone has their talent in life whatever it may be, she certainly can rock out to whatever she wants at any given time. Lets face it, some people are just born with natural talent.
Seen in this video clip she performs Ludwig van Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata (3rd Movement). It is her cover of this classic with a rocking sound originally arranged for the electric guitar by Dr. Viossy. Where did she get such a wonderful gift? Well lots of practice and loads of talent behind it. Your invited to watch the follow montage of meddles seen in this video below.
Tina is only 17 years old and has a knack for knocking out anything musical that comes her way. What her ambitions are have not yet been declared. The music world should take notice, this girl can play whatever for anyone. Get her into the studio ASAP.
What makes someone this good? It as if every great guitar hero haunts her soul. Her collection of covers include greats such as Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen and Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen among others. Guitarist Jason Becker himself mentioned: “Wonderful playing, Tina! Thank you so much! I am honored!” as she covered his work as well.
Tina began playing at the age of 6, her admiration of female guitarists include Ana Vidovic and Orianthi among others. Her older brother helped show her the ropes as he was her mentor originally. Tina said: “He was the one who genuinely gave me the tools to significantly improve my technique as well as my musical knowledge thanks to his sense of teaching, his motivation and his experience”.
Women are not really known in the mainstream for being guitar players. Tina is hoping to change this perspective and rightfully so as she is the reigning queen of guitar. More women should get involved in music as they are not represented as much especially in metal and rock type music. Tina hopes to be an inspiration to those who grab their first ax (guitar) and begin rocking out. Lets hope she continues with her talent and makes a well deserved career out of it.