Here’s a video tip for ya! I kinda love these kinds of videos – I find them inspirational and sometimes there’ll pop up a little something that I didn’t know. Doesn’t have to be complicated to be good…
I don’t know about you but for me Pink Floyds Dark Side of the Moon is a fantastic album. It was already legendary in the 80’s when I heard it the first time and I was hooked right there and then. Maybe not so strange that it remained on the Billboard list for 741 weeks! So, here a video about it, well worth a watch…
Most of the times I’m happy just running with my Kemper. But then, sometimes a video like this pops up and I get an urge to get a Fractal Axe FXII too… Well, anyways here are some great sounds from SinMix for just that unit!
Great sounding pedals played by a great guitarist – Matt Schofield! If you haven’t watched just do, Matt plays and talks about how he makes good use of the Mad Professor pedals.
Well, I have published videos with Larkin Poe before and … here’s another one. I just love, the feeling, their vocal harmonies, the whole thing. It’s just great music! Just listen and enjoy!!
For all the Kemper owners, here’s a video I really recommend. It’s from ToneJunkie TV, an excellent youtube channel that you should subscribe to. The topic of the video is as the headline says, tweak your Kemper profiles so that they sound even better. Don’t be afraid to turn those knobs!! 😉
Now, if you feel you have too much time on your hands (anyone?) – you could always build your own pickups for your electric guitar… When I see something like this I immediately get an urge to do it, just to try it out and see if I can do it. Got a long list of things like this I would like to try out some day when I have the time.
Here’s a short but sweet video showing some of what Vintage King considers the best 2017 effects pedals for electric guitar!
It’s been done before but here’s a great A/B test, Kemper vs Peavey 5150 by Rebea. Me personally, actually thought the Kemper sounded slightly tighter and better… 😉
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So, this is more a video on how the song came to be than a lesson but still worth watching according to me! The album “Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace” is already a modern classic album and Dave’s ability to arrange great songs is inspiring to say the least. So is the fact that he went from being the drummer of one of largest bands in the 90’s to being the guitarist and lead vocalist in one of the greatest contemporary bands around… if that’s not amazing I don’t know what is!