VIDEO: Electric Guitar Solo National Anthem Impresses Washington Crowd

There was some unusual buzz about Thursday night's pre-game national anthem performance before the Washington-UCLA basketball game. An 11-year old boy named Caspian Coberly played the National Anthem on his electric guitar before Thursday's tipoff at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Coberly is no stranger to the spotlight as he performed the National Anthem earlier at the Key Arena before Gonzaga's game against Arizona in the "Battle in Seattle." You can see Coberly's official Facebook page here.

Here is some of the Twitter reaction:

Absolutely fabulous electric guitar solo from 11-year-old boy for tonight's national anthem. Even the refs shook kid's hand (Via: @gbellseattle)

best anthem ever at a Husky hoop game ... 11 year old killed on an electric guitar. (Via: @RyanDivish)

Ryan Divish, the Tacoma News Tribune's Husky beat reporter, provided video of the Coberly's performance:

IMG 0155 (via rdivish1)

For all news and information regarding the Washington Huskies, please visit UW Dawg Pound. For updates and perspective on the UCLA Bruins, head on over to Bruins Nation.

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