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 […]
In this video I’m explaing how you can use a phaser and flanger to simulate David Gilmour’s classic rotary sounds from the Animals and Wall era.
David Gilmour would use […]
In this video I’m presenting one of my all time favourite pedals. The Colorsound Power Boost. I bought mine new in 2005 at Macari’s in London, UK. The Power Boost […]
The Colorsound Power Boost was one of the very first overdrive pedals available. It offered a wide range of tones and soon became a favourite among guitarists like Jeff Beck […]
A few months back I did a review of the Echosex 2 from the Italian company Gurus Amps. It sounded heavenly and itâ€™s become a favourite of many Gilmour fans […]
Whatâ€™s it like to play in a band? I get that question all the time. Playing in your bedroom is something completely different compared to playing with a full band […]
Here it is! Your ultimate shopping list for awesome tones and David Gilmour rigs!
This year’s update feature a brand new guide for BUDGET PEDALS. I’ve listed some of my […]
For those of you interested in my solo career, my upcoming 5 track mini-album Coming Home is set for release February 23rd.
Visit my official store and pre-order your copy […]
Iâ€™ve always been a great fan of JHS pedals and with their growing collection of pedals I get more and more questions about how these pedals would apply to David […]
I know there are many of you who are following both Airbag and my solo project and the gear that I use. In these updated features you’ll get in-depth rundowns […]
My first Big Muff was a green Sovtek with the unmistakable bubble font. I bought it new in 1996 and was instantly blown away, quite literally, by its huge tone. […]