Elizabethan Surf Music > Dubstep

Submitted by: Jake_Justus 4 years ago Entertainment

Guitarist John Bisset turns a 16th Century dance into a Surf guitar instrumental.
There are 14 comments:
Male 5,811
@pieceofreese: Ah, I was somewhat confused by this post, but now I realize I saw < when it was actually >.
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Male 7,031
A surf arrangement of this type of music makes sense to me. It was originally written for the lute, and lute-players were the "guitar heroes" of their day.
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Male 47
Patch, I think you missed the fact that ">" means that this is BETTER than dubstep. This has nothing to do with dubstep, so your statement is invalid. :)
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Male 5,811
Key & Peele do a funnier dubstep.
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Female 4,349
kinda funky
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Male 6,227
Groovy. =^.^=
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Male 3,474
That`s a rip off of the Ventures.
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Male 486
I wanted to hate this so bad, but I failed.
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Male 1,497
Different and well played.
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Female 676

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Male 2,547
i hate 16th century dance, surf music and dubstep. why bother
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Female 4,447
That was entertaining, but also kind of freaky. So many of one guy is messing with my brain.
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Male 2,375
Nice.
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Male 7,031
Link: Elizabethan Surf Music > Dubstep [Rate Link] - Guitarist John Bisset turns a 16th Century dance into a Surf guitar instrumental.
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