Pink Floyd Super Fan Plays One Of Their Guitar Solos In A NASA Space Chamber, & It’s Too Good For Words!
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This takes Psychedelic and Space Rock to a whole new level!
Many people have come to love Pink Floyd’s patent sound. Their melting pot sound of many different genres has been narrowed down to a psychedelic, space rock sound. It’s incredible, and can sound expansive and vast at times.
If you thought Pink Floyd’s music sounds amazing on speakers or through headphones, you haven’t heard it played like this! YouTuber Rich Evans works for NASA, and decided to take his stratocaster and amp to work one day. He went into the reverberate acoustic test facility (RATF) and began playing some of Pink Floyd’s most iconic solos! In the videos below, you can watch Rich play Floyd’s solos from “Coming Back to Life” and “Another Brick In The Wall Part 2”! The acoustics, the height, and expansiveness of the room allows the sound to carry more than usual, and gives it that authentic Pink Floyd song! It seriously sounds like it was directly recorded off of the album itself!
Hopefully Rich decides to bring his guitar to work once again and plays some more iconic solos! It’s interesting to hear the songs like this, and we’d love to hear more. Imagine what the solo for “Comfortably Numb” would sound like!? Hey, maybe David Gilmour or Roger Waters will see this, and play in it themselves!
Check out the epic video down below!