Bear in mind, I did this on the Legend Of Zelda: Collector's Edition on the GameCube that I have and everybody wants coz it's going for like £50 on Amazon.co.uk. Tee hee, I got it during the blissful days of Club Nintendo where my brother and I shared an account and pooled our stars together to buy cool shit - and through us hording games we both managed to grab a copy of this game, costing only 2000 stars.
For those who don't remember, Nintendo games in the GameCube/Game Boy Advance era came with fold-out scratchcard inserts with codes on them that could be redeemed online for STARS. These stars could be then exchanged for cool shit. Most games came with 200/250 stars and peripherals like the Game Boy Player came with 400. And YES I KNOW, Club Nintendo still exists - but now they charge like 1500 stars for a FUCKING KEYCHAIN. We paid 2000 stars for a WHOLE FUCKING GAME. As always, Nintendo isn't as good as it used to be.
Anyway - I did it on the GameCube version - so I had a C-stick to spin around. This would be quite hard to do on the original N64 controller. :)
Here's a video anyway:
Oh, and get a fucking load of THIS:
That is the JACKSON ZORAXE, made by Jackson Guitars. Only SEVEN of them have been made. An exact replica of Mikau's fish-bone guitar from The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Even though I can't play the guitar (I play the keyboard actually), I would die for one of these. :D