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Everyone loves AC/DC’s “Back in Black!” It’s easily one of the most iconic riffs in guitar history, and most recognizable songs in the history of music! Almost everyone who learns guitar, will eventually tackle this song at one point. But what if I told you that you didn’t need a guitar to cover this tune!?
Someone had the bright idea to rig a few Tesla coils up and sync them up to this song! It’s pretty incredible to hear, but also it’s visually amazing as well! There is lightning bolts shooting off each coil, and it perfectly fits the AC/DC theme!
Fun Fact: This was released five months after lead singer Bon Scott died. The song is a tribute to Scott, and the lyrics, “Forget the hearse ’cause I never die” imply that he will live on forever through his music. With Brian Johnson on lead vocals, the Back In Black album proved that AC/DC could indeed carry on without Scott.
If you’re a fan of AC/DC you will for sure dig this! But we warn you not to try it at home! It looks like something only reserved for professionals! Check it out down below, and let us know what you think!