Jam Pedals Pink Flow review
Posted on October 12, 2019
Is it possible to create one pedal for all your David Gilmour tones? Some have tried but Jam Pedals’ impressive Pink Flow is perhaps the most elaborate attempt. Here’s my review.
I’ve done a couple of Jam Pedals reviews over the […]
Retro-Sonic Flanger review
Posted on September 8, 2019
The Electric Mistress flanger has always been one of my favourite pedals. It’s unique tone and character is easily recognisable and it has defined many guitarist’s tones. Retro Sonic just recently released the Flanger. Here’s my review.
I got a late […]
JHS Mini Foot Fuzz, Clover and Lucky Cat review
Posted on August 24, 2019
I’ve always been a big fan of JHS and it’s probably the brand I get the most questions about. How will they stack up to David Gilmour’s tones? In this review I’ll be covering a couple of pedals that at […]
David Gilmour’s V57 Candy Apple Red Stratocaster
Posted on July 24, 2019
David Gilmour is widely associated with the Stratocaster. For many, the Candy Apple Red V57 is perhaps the most iconic. Especially of the post-Waters era of the 80s and 90s.
In this new and updated feature, we’ll dig into the […]
EMG DG20 pickups review
Posted on July 17, 2019
The candy apple red Fender V57 reissue Stratocaster is the iconic guitar that defines David Gilmour’s tones of the 80s and 90s. Perhaps equally iconic are the EMG pickups and tone controls that created much of David’s super smooth tones […]
Coloursound Power Boost
Posted on July 13, 2019
David Gilmour is often associated with the Big Muff and Tube Driver but it was really the Power Boost from London based Colorsound that created his widely recognizeable tones of the mid 70s.
The Colorsound Power Boost was one of […]