This Is Just About The Most American Thing To Do In The 4th Of July


4th Of July
Photo by YouTube/Cooper Carter

Ah yes, America, or officially, the United States of, the land of milk, cookies, barbecue, eagles, and some of the most awesome recreations on the planet. It is also the 4th of July and is perhaps the most American time of the year, that is when the country first became officially independent.

So what, you ask, would be the best way to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence? A guy named Cooper Carter has an answer for that. He put a twist in the Star Spangled Banner, which is the National Anthem of the United States. Cooper played several different riffs and tunes on his electric guitar, recorded them, and put them together to appear as a digital one-man band.

Here is the Star Spangled result of Cooper’s efforts:

Now how can you not resist drinking beer to that and cooking barbecue while launching some fireworks to commemorate your independence? The 4th of July and American flag may have been the spotlight here, but let’s not for forget the real star of the video himself, Cooper.

Of course, this is not Cooper’s first rodeo, he actually has a lot of other takes and renditions on prominent sounds and tunes from pop culture. Check out Cooper’s other works in his channel. This one is pretty cool as well, for Star Wars fans:

You can see Cooper’s dedication to his videos, even trying to replicate the sound of a particular instrument using only electric guitars. So what do you think? Can you beat Cooper’s way of celebrating the 4th of July?

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Natividad Sidlangan
Sid was born, did some stuff, then decided to become a writer. He is now on a quest to farm some accolades and life experiences so that he can boast about them in his online 'about yourself' page. So far, the only thing he was able to boast about is a handlebar mustache.

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