Jacqueline Mannering 

Lead Guitarist & Vocalist 

London, England


 Shred guitar or shredding is a lead playing style for the electric guitar, based on various fast soloing techniques. Critics have stated that shred guitar is associated with "sweep-picked arpeggios, diminished and harmonic minor scales, finger-tapping and whammy-bar abuse", while others contend that it is a fairly subjective cultural term used by guitarists and enthusiasts of guitar music. It is commonly used with reference to heavy metal guitar playing, where it is associated with rapid tapping solos and special effects such as whammy bar "dive bombs". The term is sometimes used with reference to playing outside this idiom, particularly jazz fusion and blues.


Shredding solo Jacqueline Mannering age 15


SportsCenter Theme - Jacqueline Mannering

Guitar Solo 2014


To Be With You - Mr Big cover [Jacqueline Mannering]


Foo Fighters - Best of You acoustic cover [Jacqueline Mannering]


Blues Shred JamUp iPad app demo Jacqueline Mannering


Chopin - Fantasie [Bumblefoot's Guitar Challenge]



[Alienation] Guitar solo Jacqueline Mannering


Jacqueline Mannering - Raining [available on iTunes now]


Shure & Audiojack Singing Competition entry Jacqueline Mannering


Jacqueline Mannering Signature Carparelli Arco-F1 Demo


TesseracT - Deception cover Jacqueline Mannering


Flight of the Bumblebee 250 bpm
(This is purely about speed!) At the moment, I'm practicing for a Guinness World Record "Fastest Female Guitarist", here's a preview of what I have to do for the title. There is no current record, but there is a minimum speed I have to play the song at. Wish me luck!

The fastest male guitarist 


Absent Hearts - Whispers of a Sleepwalker [vocal cover] Jacqueline Mannering


Avenged Sevenfold So Far Away cover


Power [Demo audio Clip] Jacqueline Mannering


Stone Sour - Through Glass vocal cover [ Jacqueline Mannering ]


Daniele Gottardo's Guitar Competition - Jacqueline Mannering


Storey Guitars Demo [Rock/Lead/Clean/Metal] Jacqueline Mannering


Frankie Goes To Hollywood - The Power Of Love Cover by Jacqueline Mannering



Shred This Too - Jacqueline Mannering


DOA UK 2009 Rock you like a Hurricane


Guitar Improvisation


Foo Fighters - Best of You acoustic cover [Jacqueline Mannering]

Guitar Solo 


Jason Becker tribute "Flowing Thoughts" By Jacqueline Mannering

Jason Eli Becker (born July 22, 1969) is an American neo-classical metal guitarist and composer. At the age of 16, he became part of the Shrapnel Records-produced duo Cacophony with his friend Marty Friedman. They released Speed Metal Symphony in 1987 andGo Off! in 1988. Cacophony broke up in 1989 and Becker began doing solo work, having released his first album Perpetual Burn in 1988, also through Shrapnel. He later joined David Lee Roth's band and recorded one album with him, A Little Ain't Enough. However, Becker's success was hampered by his then-diagnosed amyotrophic lateral sclerosis also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease and he was given three to five years to live. In 1996, Becker eventually lost the ability to speak and now communicates with his eyes via a system developed by his father. Despite his disability, he continues composing by using a computer and has since released with ShrapnelCollection, a "best of" album of his favorite songs and three new songs.


Dream Theater "As I Am" solo cover by Jacqueline Mannering


Guitar Solo by Jacqueline Mannering age 15


                                Guitarist Jacqueline Mannering Age 15 "Phantom Of Rock"


Stairway to heaven Solo Jacqueline Mannering +Impro,Tribute


Blackened Guitar Solo [Cover] Jacqueline Mannering


Seaside Hill guitar cover by Jacqueline Mannering


Lead Guitar Solo by Jacqueline Mannering


Bohemian Rhapsody 1st solo by Jacqueline Mannering


1st attempt (Canon Rock) Jacqueline Mannering 14