If you haven’t seen Adam Fulara perform, you’re in for a treat. He’s a fretboard-tapper extraordinaire, as he demonstrates in these videos of him performing Bach’s Prelude and Fugue no. 3 in C-sharp Major, BWV 848, and Invention no. 13 in A Minor. Both have been on YouTube for several years but have rather low view numbers compared to many other guitar-related videos…which makes me think some of you might have missed them.
The Polish guitarist excels at two-handed polyphonic tapping, which he usually performs with a double-neck guitar, as seen here. He became a YouTube sensation in the web site’s early days, thanks to both his impressive playing and his expressive face, which is often as much fun to watch as his fingers.
Fulara plays both classical and jazz pieces, and performs with his trio Fool-X. For more, visit his web site.