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World’s fastest guitarist Davide Lo Surdo to perform at Mumbai Guitar Day


The guitar has long been termed to be the superstar amongst musical instruments. Be it a six string, bass or the electric, the instrument has found wide following than most instruments.

As much as it is revered, the guitar has also been long celebrated globally.

Bringing the celebration closer is the ‘Mumbai Guitar Day’ an initiative by Gigatainment, supported by Roland and curated by Neil Banks.

The annual event is about celebrating all things Guitar. The event features some of the finest Guitarists and Bass players in the Country and around the World.

“Mumbai Guitar Day is an initiative to present some of the finest guitar players in the country and around the world. These musicians are usually backing musicians for singers and other artists, we now give them the opportunity to take center stage and exhibit their immense talent,” said Neil Bankz, Director, Gigatainment.

Just like its first edition, the second one will feature another great line up of Guitarists and Bass players. The event is curated specifically to cover various music genres and give the audience the best possible experience.

The Line-up features some of the best guitar exponents from India and aboard. Alongside the fastest guitarist in world, Davide Lo Surdo, are some of India’s best known talents.


Giving insights about the second edition, Rhythm Shaw said,

“So looking forward to the Mumbai Guitar Day 2021 as there are so many amazing artists from India and across the globe. This time I will be playing a tune called Mimosa along with Anna Rakita from Moscow, Russia. Hope to see you all there.”

Adding to Shaw thoughts, Neil said,

“This event is not a competition, but a platform to feature some of the finest Artists on one platform who can inspire aspiring young musicians. Many budding young guitar players can benefit and get inspired by watching these great musicians on stage.”


Due to the ongoing Covid crisis and restrictions imposed, the event will be celebrated online on the 24th July 2021 7pm onwards.

Click here to watch some amazing guitarists performing.

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