Space: Zero-G Guitar: Re-Learning How To Play In Space

Space: Zero-G Guitar: Re-Learning How To Play In Space

Awesome Space: Zero-G Guitar: Re-Learning How To Play In Space



Chris Hadfield, Space Station Commander, visited the Larrivée Guitar factory in Vancouver, before his historic mission. [Credit: Larrivée Guitars.] Now watch Chris cover David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” while in orbit:

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20 Replies to “Space: Zero-G Guitar: Re-Learning How To Play In Space”

  1. From what you are saying I bet the first time experience was really messing with your control with a weightless arm. How was the picking hand? You probably had to have a tight grip on the body because every downstroke and upstroke would tend to move the guitar in different directions.

  2. Given the cost to launch a single pound of weight off the planet I never in my wildest dreams would have thought they would have a guitar on the space station! I think that is SO incredibly cool!

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