Budget VS Boutique – why the fuzz?
Posted on November 30, 2018
In my recent videos covering classic Boss pedals and new Big Muff releases from Electro Harmonix, I’ve tried to demonstrate that it’s possible to get close to David Gilmour’s tones, without busting the bank. Still, so-called budget pedals are often […]
Electro Harmonix Triangle Big Muff Pi review
Posted on September 30, 2018
To celebrate their 50th anniversary of making pedals, Electro Harmonix recently released the pedal that’s surely been their biggest success – the Big Muff Pi. Obviously, I had to check it out. Here’s my review of the Triangle Big Muff […]
David Gilmour on a Budget – Boss DS-1
Posted on September 16, 2018
In this video we’ll examine the classic Boss DS-1. Is it capable of replicating classic David Gilmour fuzz and overdrive tones?
David Gilmour on a Budget – Boss SD-1
Posted on September 4, 2018
The DS-1 came out in 1978 and since then, it’s been featured on more recordings than probably any other pedal. […]
In this video we’ll examine the classic Boss SD-1. Is it capable of replicating David Gilmour’s Tube Driver tones?
David Gilmour on a budget – BOSS BD-2
Posted on August 11, 2018
The SD-1 came out of the OD-1 – one of the first ever compact overdrive pedals. Like the Tube Screamer, it has […]
In this video I’m presenting one of my all time favourite overdrive pedals, the classic Boss BD-2.
David Gilmour’s Run Like Hell and Binson delay/echo settings
Posted on July 16, 2018
The BD-2 has a transaprent tube amp-like tone, with a hint of mids and compression but a very open and dynamic character. It’s […]
In this video I’m adressing some of the comments you posted on my last clip where we discussed David Gilmour’s four signature delay settings.
To set time settings on pedals without a display – open a delay plug-in in […]