Guitar: Double Battle (video 2)





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Published on Mar 10, 2009

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Joe Penna, known online as MysteryGuitarMan, is a guitarist, animator, and filmmaker. He is originally from São Paulo, Brazil.[1] He currently resides in Los Angeles, California. As of June 2010, he is the most subscribed Brazilian and the 11th most subscribed user on YouTube, with over one million subscribers.[2] His videos have been viewed over 90 million times.[3]

On February 18, 2010, Penna started a second channel, jp. Within 6 hours, it became the third most subscribed channel in Brazil.[1] It is now the second most subscribed channel in that country.

In 2007, Penna received media coverage after his The Puzzle video was featured on the front page of YouTube, including Fox News, DC.[5]

In 2009, Penna was again seen on the front page of YouTube with his Guitar: Impossible video, which has been covered by De Wereld Draait Door, the highest-rated primetime show in the Netherlands.[6]. On December 6, 2009, Penna was featured on FM4, an Austrian national radio station. [7] Shortly after uploaded, his Guitar:Impossible video was featured on the MSN.com front page.

Best Buy announced Penna as the $15,000 winner of their Tech-U-Out Video Challenge. He was also a finalist in Oreo's Moments video competition. Ford selected Penna as a Fiesta Agent for the 2011 Ford Fiesta Movement.[8] Penna's Guitar: Impossible video was also featured by YouTube as one of the best videos of 2009.

In 2010, Penna's Root Beer Mozart was featured on CNN's morning show Morning Express with Robin Meade and on Germany's nationally broadcasted Taff show. Penna's collaboration with YouTubers Rhett and Link and Billy Reid for "T-Shirt War" garnered national attention.[9] Following the success of the original, Penna and the original cast were hired to produce a nation television and cinema spot for Coca-Cola and McDonalds. [10]

Penna was recently highlighted by CNN Money on their Best Jobs series. [11] On June 24th, Penna was selected as one of the top 10 new directors of 2010 at the 20th Cannes Lions Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase with T-Shirt War. [12]

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