Mattias Krantz attempted to build a gas-powered Flying V style electric guitar using a four-stroke engine and a quite a bit of welding.
Noah Lefevre of Polyphonic looked at the history of the electric guitar and the legendary solos that subsequently followed.
Dutch musician Paul Davids demonstrated the world's most iconic electric guitars while explaining the history behind each of them.
Burl of Burl's Art melted down 38 pounds of recycled cans (~1000 cans) to build a sleek and shiny all-aluminum guitar.
Cameron Cooper deftly demonstrated how to create unique sound effects on an electric guitar, particularly one equipped with a whammy bar.
ArtMayer of Copper Guitars humorously visited his local McDonald's in disguise to purchase enough french fries to build a guitar.
Belgian woodworker tchiksguitars built a hollow body electric guitar with a treble clef design out of an IKEA chair, shelf, and baby's crib.
Multi-instrumentalist Andrea Boccarusso quite impressively performed a beautiful ongoing original song using seven different guitars.
The wonderfully talkative woodworker Nick Zammetti used thousands of DVDs to create a shimmering electric guitar.
Luthier Derek Lenard of Big D Guitars spent 3 months building an incredibly unique electric guitar out of Jenga stacking blocks.