The English fingerstyle phenom plays the Louis Armstrong classic using a ToneWoodamp.
June 05, 2019
Connor Thomas is a young fingerstyle guitarist from England who has performed on bills with Albert Lee, Tommy Emmanuel, and other guitar heroes. In this video, Connor plays a version of the standard first recorded by Louis Armstrong, “What a Wonderful World.” He is playing through a ToneWoodAmp, and is recording directly to a microphone. The ToneWoodAmp attaches directly to your guitar, and requires no amplification because the chorus, delay, and other effects all emanate directly from your acoustic guitar.
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