I commend this record, although, again, I am certain the number of snaps said to be is too many, making it incorrect. I know of a way to count snaps very efficiently, and i can honestly say, my friendly snapping colleague, you did not make it to 112, even WITH the added .5 seconds. Seeing as it is an accepted record, I will attempt this feat again. Good show either way.
This is underrated to the Max... this record is very cool. No joke, I thought about making this a record recently before viewing this. Ace stuff.
Please consider my logic for a moment. Two "three snap rolls" make a count of one. Count 16 double "triple snap" rolls 3 times. 48 (double "triple snaps") times six (total of snaps per double "triple snaps" is 288 snaps. You have very well overcounted, I am afraid to admit over at least 20 snaps. You had also snapped a bit past 10 seconds. I am merely attempting to make right a fairly gross overestimation, seeing as I am 100% certain you had not exceeded 340 snaps. You had made, at most, 8 more double "triple snaps" after said 48 were counted. 288 + 48 = 336
All you have to do is count 10, then pause, another 10, pause, another, etc., then, the remainder. It was more arithmetic than counting. It is his total that is absolutely astounding in amount, and I was figuring how many he would need to do per second to achieve that amount. The current record is nearly unbeatable, and I can say that with utmost confidence.
I enjoyed this. I feel Justin has tons of RecordSetter spirit, and this record is quite interesting. It really is not all too simple to hold another guitar and strum multiple chords quickly with it. It is heavy and cumbersome.