4 Dueling Guitars Play Unique Rendition Of 'Carol Of The Bells'

Check out this unique rendition of 4 dueling guitars playing the popular Christmas song ‘Carol of the Bells.’

“Hark how the bells, sweet silver bells, all seem to say, throw cares away
Christmas is here, bringing good cheer, to young and old, meek and the bold.
Ding dong ding dong, that is their song, with joyful ring, all caroling.
One seems to hear, words of good cheer, from everywhere, filling the air.”

The man playing in the video is Chris Rupp, and he is playing the tenor, soprano, bass, and alto parts on his guitar during the song. What he is using to make that beautiful sound is called a Pickaso guitar bow. According to their website, the gadget is a new patent pending accessory that transforms any acoustic guitar into a bowed instrument using a unique and creative method.

“Wow, that was crazy amazing and he picked my most favorite Christmas song too,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video. “This man has major talents and is a genius with them.”

“Is there anything you cannot do? Wow! You are so creative and find ways to make every song unique in some way! Thank you for sharing!” writes another person online. “This made my weary heart smile tonight! God bless you through this Christmas season!”

‘Carol of the Bells’ is a popular Christmas carol that you have definitely heard play many times around the Christmas season. The music was written by Ukrainian composer Mykola Leontovych in 1914, and the lyrics of the song were written by Peter J. Wilhousky.

The piece has been performed in many genres throughout the years: classical, metal, jazz, country music, rock, and pop. ‘Carol of the Bells’ has also been featured in films, television shows, and parodies.

We hope that you enjoyed this great rendition of ‘Carol of the Bells’ from Chris Rupp!
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