A viral blues guitar video is making the rounds in various social media outfits. The video features two men, just plain, normal looking guys who decided to pull off a stunt in the toy section of Walmart.
The video features Clay Shelburn and Zac Stokes with their rendition of a Stevie Ray Vaughan blues classic, Pride and Joy. They finished the video right in the middle of the toy section and the best thing about it is that they used a toy guitar in their performance. How cool is that?
Yes, Walmart, the store that people seem to be so fond of. With a few searches on the web, you will find plenty of comical, odd, and highly entertaining videos and pictures taken at Walmart. They even scored a website dedicated entirely about the oddities that have happened at the store.
But far from anything sort of crazy or unusual, this video actually gives good vibes without the guys in it making a fool of themselves and definitely without shaming Walmart.
It ’s amazing how Clay made the toy guitar sound like the real thing. As one observant commenter said, “That poor guitar will never feel the same love again!”
Now dubbed as the awesome Walmart rock stars, the duo managed to gain almost 5 million hits (and counting) on their YouTube video and most people who commented are pretty impressed with their show. Clay even jokes that he would have sung “full voice” had he known the video would be such a hit. Nevertheless, his toy guitar playing skills didn’t go unnoticed and videos of people trying to recreate his skills with a toy guitar will surely mushroom pretty soon.