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miguelbatalha
post Feb 25 2014, 03:02 AM
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Note: First G chord is without the pedal!

Hey,
I've had this good pedal for a week so I decided to make a video with it.
I recorded 2 tiny demos and this is the first one.

I've used a Vox AC30 clean profile, making the pedal work hard.
For the lead guitar, I've put the drive at 9 o'clock, tone at 12 o'clock and set the switch to "High Peak"
which gives more distortion, volume, and upper-mid clarity. Again, I did this to see how hard I could make the pedal work.

I'll upload the second demo by the end of the week, again, using a rock n' roll theme but using the switch at "Low Peak" and other small differences.




Gear used in this video:
Fulltone OCD
Timber Tones Blonde Horn Pick
Spectraflex cables
Kemper Profiling Amp
Eric Johnson AS Fender Stratocaster

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Todd Simpson
post Feb 26 2014, 08:42 PM
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Thanks for the demo! smile.gif Sounds spiff!! Have you used it to drive the higher gain patches on your kemper yet?


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Note: First G chord is without the pedal!

Hey,
I've had this good pedal for a week so I decided to make a video with it.
I recorded 2 tiny demos and this is the first one.

I've used a Vox AC30 clean profile, making the pedal work hard.
For the lead guitar, I've put the drive at 9 o'clock, tone at 12 o'clock and set the switch to "High Peak"
which gives more distortion, volume, and upper-mid clarity. Again, I did this to see how hard I could make the pedal work.

I'll upload the second demo by the end of the week, again, using a rock n' roll theme but using the switch at "Low Peak" and other small differences.




Gear used in this video:
Fulltone OCD
Timber Tones Blonde Horn Pick
Spectraflex cables
Kemper Profiling Amp
Eric Johnson AS Fender Stratocaster


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