"The Great Kat transforms pieces of classical music into outrageous guitar shreds, including Flight of the Bumblebee played at a blistering 300 bpm! Watch one of the world's fastest players shred on both guitars and violins as she brings the metal to these timeless compositions in seven shocking and bloody music videos straight from her torture chamber." – Midnight Pulp
"The Flight Of The Bumble-Bee", Beethoven's "5th Symphony", Paganini's "Caprice #24", Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto #3" & more INSANE Great Kat Music Videos!
"OK all you rock-n-rollers. This is The Great Kat's 'Beethoven Guitar Shred' DVD. She's the world's fastest female guitarist. On this DVD are music videos featuring Kat shredding to such classics as 'The Flight of the Bumble-Bee', a metal version of the world's most famous symphony Beethoven's "5th". Have you piqued your interest?" - ABC-TV'S Take Five & Company TV Show
"The Great Kat named one of the fastest guitar players. Probably the fastest female shredder on the face of the earth. 'Flight Of The Bumble-Bee' at 300 Beats Per Minute. It does not get any faster than that. The Great Kat 'Beethoven's Guitar Shred'." - MEVIO Music
"Beethoven's Guitar Shred from The Great Kat - revolutionary! With an insane speed Katherine Thomas shreds the strings of her electric guitar. From bloodthirsty videos on Beethoven's Guitar Shred DVD, rises The Great Kat's glorification of violence to an art form. Wildly revolutionary Classical guitar shreds. Thumbs up!" - Christopher Doemges,
Independent Media Center (Germany)
"The Great Kat's 'Beethoven's Guitar Shred' DVD features close-ups of her rapid finger work. If you like the musical revolution of metal/classical fusion, you'll love it. 'The Flight of the Bumble-Bee.' This is your chance to see her play both the guitar and the violin with equal skill and speed. 'Paganini's 'Caprice #24.' We see her show her mastery on both guitar and violin. The speed of the violin and guitar makes me think of Charlie Daniel's Band's 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia' and Tenacious D's 'Rock Off.'" -
Boston Art Examiner