Two Axes Are Better Than One
The main thing we adore more than children who love Lynyrd Skynyrd are children who aren’t reluctant to dive in profound and get imaginative with their Skynyrd covers! 14 year old guitarist Callum Williams out of South Wales did only that when he brought out not one, but rather two distinct guitars as he taped himself recording a front of Skynyrd’s 1974 great “Sweet Home Alabama” and utilizing a Fender Telecaster and an acoustic guitar, played his path directly into our souls as he boldly explored both the tune’s mood and lead parts.
Fun Fact: According to Ed King, the chords and two main guitar solos to “Sweet Home Alabama” came to him in a dream, note for note.
Indeed, even at 14, plainly Callum has a genuine ear for the enchantment created by Lynyrd Skynyrd when they hit the studio over 4 decades back; in the studio rendition of “Sweet Home Alabama,” guitarist Gary Rossington handles mood guitar by means of the right channel and acoustic guitar through the left, something Callum could get on and explore different avenues regarding in his spread with the utilization of two distinct sorts of guitars – splendid, and very few children his age would have grabbed on little subtleties like that!
Savagely capable and uncontrollably inventive in his way to deal with creating a front of this Skynyrd great, Callum’s unquestionably stood out enough to be noticed – on the off chance that he’s this great at 14, we can just envision what sort of enchantment of his own he’ll be making in a couple of years’ chance!