Jamie Dupuis’ Cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence” is both haunting and captivating. Jamie plays the cover on an 18-string harp guitar. The guitar is equipped with 6 low bass strings, 6 normal guitar strings and 6 high note strings.
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You may want to take a nap while listening to this! Although Jamie’s talent is impressive, it is also very, very relaxing! Such a kind of guitar creates a beautiful sound, especially when played as soft as Jamie does in the video. On top of that, his choice of song can not be more appropriate, especially as he sits in the middle of a peaceful forest.
A harped guitar is distinctive due to the addition of one or more plucked strings that float on top of the instrument. It creates a beautiful sound, especially when strummed softly like Jamie does in the video.
On top of that, his choice of song couldn’t be more fitting, especially as he sits in the midst of a peaceful forest.Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel recorded “The Sound of Silence” in 1964 and became one on Billboard Hot 100. Paul wrote the song when he was only 21 years old.