World's Fastest Guitarist Sets New World Record

Watch the video of Rimsky Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble Bee played at 340 BPM      10/01/11

Flight of the Bumble Bee or Wasp in a Jamjar? Make up your own minds... Here's Orange's press release to accompany the video:
The unique capabilities of the Orange Amps OPC were stretched to the limit when the world's fastest guitarist and Orange amp endorsee, Tiago Della Vega, broke his Guinness World Record today January 7th 2011, on the Intel Stand at the CES show.
Tiago played Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov's Flight of the Bumble Bee at 340 BPM without any errors smashing his previous record OF 320 BPM which he secured at EM&T Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 9th May 2009.
Orange Amps collaborated with Intel who are using the OPC to demonstrate the new upgraded 2nd Generation Core i5 on their booth at the CES show in Las Vegas.
The much anticipated OPC is a complete all in one Guitar Amplifier and Recording Studio Workstation designed for musicians and songwriters offering one stop playing, recording, editing and computing capabilities with selected software pre-installed.

Pricing and Availability:
The OPC recommended retail price is $1499 (£1020 + vat)
On sale first quarter 2011.
More information:

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