For those of you following my solo carreer, my new solo album and fourth release, A Storm is Coming, is out now on vinyl, CD and download.
The album can […]
Italian companies Gurus and Baoni Lab has joined forces and come up with Foxgear. The brand specializes in replicatig classic pedals in an affordable package.
I’ve done several reviews of […]
After my last video on David Gilmour’s phaser tones, I got a lot of questions about the differences between a Phase 90, 45 and UniVibe.
In this video I’m doing […]
In this video we’ll look at the MXR Phase 90 phaser and how you can use this single pedal to cover all of David Gilmour’s 1973-75 era phaser and UniVibe […]
For those of you following my solo carreer… I’m very proud and excited to announce my fourth solo album, A Storm is Coming! The album will be out on vinyl, […]
David’s huge guitar collection, or at least the 120+ guitars he’s auctioning away this summer, is at display at Christie’s in London. A video with a short presentation was shared […]
I’ve been a huge fan of Buffalo FX for years. They make amazing sounding pedals and I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing most of them. A couple are staples on […]
Pink Floyd’s iconic album, Dark Side of the Moon, celebrates its 46th anniversary this March.
The album got released March 1st 1973. It charted in the US until 1988 and, depending […]
As I’m sure most of you have already seen and read, David Gilmour announced earlier this week that he will be selling or auctioning off over 120 guitars from his […]
DryBell’s Vibe Machine has been one of my favourite UniVibes since its release a few years back so when they launched the new Unit67 I though “this looks very interesting!”. […]
I get a lot of questions about the modern dual overdrives and how they apply to David Gilmour’s tones. Not all of them do obviously as they’re clearly aimed at […]
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, […]
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 […]
In this video we’ll examine the classic Boss DS-1. Is it capable of replicating classic David Gilmour fuzz and overdrive tones?
The DS-1 came out in 1978 and since then, it’s […]
In this video we’ll examine the classic Boss SD-1. Is it capable of replicating David Gilmour’s Tube Driver tones?
The SD-1 came out of the OD-1 – one of the first […]
In this video I’m presenting one of my all time favourite overdrive pedals, the classic Boss BD-2.
The BD-2 has a transaprent tube amp-like tone, with a hint of mids […]
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 […]
David Gilmour is famous for his unique use of delay and echo. Although he often blends different types of delays, creating rich textures and layers, I’m going to break it […]
Urge everyone to check out ALH Effects new crowdfunding campaign. The Rotarium is a brand new rotating speaker design created in France. It’s size and weight makes it easy to […]
In this video I’m demonstrating how to use the Boss RT-20 to simulate David Gilmour’s rotary sounds.
David Gilmour has used several rotating speaker cabinets over the years, including […]