For some time, the British band Amber is no longer an insider’s tip and songs like “I found” and “no answers” are definitively high-class tunes. But their pedalboards also offer some cuties that will make the hearts of guitarists beat faster. Continue reading “Sound like: Amber Run”
To me, Balthazar have been one of the major discoveries for the past years. First, I joined one of their concerts as a supporting- act of the Editors and I must confess: I was totally amazed. The sound as well as the style of this band is unique and hard to describe – therefore, just click here and listen. In this article, I would like to present the bands’ equipment which is so decisive for their sound. Continue reading “Sound like: Balthazar”
Especially if you are playing your guitar mostly at home, sooner or later you will reach the point where you start thinking about some kind of rhythmical companionship. And fortunately, there are numerous options for a tactful backing that work without a flesh-and-blood drummer. Continue reading “Drums without a drummer”
A pedalboard with many pedals on it offers various possibilities but at the same time, it is pressty complicated to switch between different pedals. After adding tremolo and reverb to the clean sound of the verse, for the refrain you may want to switch abruptly to an overdriven sound. In this case you ought to be able to switch between three pedals at the same time. How can switching operations like these be simplified? Continue reading “Effect pedal switcher”
This is a Comparison of the Boss DD-7 with the Source Audio Nemesis. Besides the analog and digital delay sounds and the reverse mode of both pedals, I also demonstrate how either of them will sound in the mix.
This is a Comparison of the Boss DD-7 with the Strymon DIG.
In this video I only used the digital mode of the Boss DD-7, because the Strymon DIG does not offer an analog delay mode. At the end of the video I demonstrate how either of them will sound in the mix.
Almost since musicians used tape recording, there are also reverse delays. Very early artists like the Rolling Stones or Jimi Hendrix experimented with this type of delay sounds. At those days, creating reverse delays was pretty complicated because the recording tapes had to be cut and played backwards. Continue reading “Reverse delays”
This is a Comparison of the Boss DD-7 with the DOD Rubberneck. For this comparison I only used the analog mode of the Boss DD-7. At the end of the video I also demonstrate how either of them will sound in the mix.
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