Recorded in 1960, Dutch-Indonesian rock'n'rollers the Tielman Brothers:
Pretty impressive, huh? All sorts of stuff you didn't think was invented for years, nay, decades later. We're particularly drawn to that drum solo-on-guitar bit at 0:40, because whenever you think of bands extracting wild new noises from their instruments you don't tend to see anything more exotic than drumsticks as sliders or Glenn Branca-style tuning calamities, whereas back in the primal days of noisy, fuzztoned R'n'R that sort of thing was happening and a few years later The Monks were soloing three at a time:
And you think rubbing the strings against the mike stand catches the eye and ear in exciting new ways? Ha!