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How many guitar faces is it possible for John Mayer to make in 90 seconds?
This man is talented with his hands. And his face.
Surely, many things come to mind when you hear the name of John Mayer: a guitarist, a guy that made one of the best cameos in one of Chappelle’s Show’s most underrated sketches, and a dude that specifically makes a lot of faces while playing guitar.
Well, that last one was evident when the 38-year-old was joined by his band Dead & Company (which features some former members of the Grateful Dead) during a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Thanks to the video-editing skills of someone at Consequence of Sound, you can see an assortment of faces Mayer made during the set in 90 seconds.
Trust us, it’s so great.
If you don’t believe us, look at some of these Facebook comments:
It arguably is the best part, but then again all of it is.
God bless John Mayer. He’s not only a talented musician, but he’s given us some of the best guitar faces of all time.
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.