Gurus Amps Echosex 2 review
Posted on September 3, 2015
Delay is essential for capturing the true essence of David Gilmour’s tones. It’s been the staple of his setup since the late 60s and his use of the Binson Echorec defined the sound of Pink Floyd in the early days. […]
David Gilmour’s debut solo album – the history and the tones
Posted on August 28, 2015
David Gilmour’s highly anticipated new album will be out in a few weeks. His solo career however, started way back in the late 70s, when Pink Floyd was in the middle of their hay days. Often overlooked, David’s first solo […]
Giveaway! Get a Buffer pedal from Pure Tone!
Posted on August 3, 2015
Congratulations to Martin Kost (Germany)! A Buffer is coming your way!
The guys over at Pure Tone have provided one of their awesome Buffer pedals so it’s time we did a giveaway!
Rattle That Lock (single) – First thoughts
Posted on July 19, 2015
Most of us has large pedal boards, […]
Rattle That Lock is the first single and the title track from David Gilmour’s new solo album – his fourth since the debut in 1978. If the song is representable for the whole album, we’re in for something fresh and […]
Buffalo FX TD-X review
Posted on July 16, 2015
Buffalo FX has boldly tackled the Tube Driver – the overdrive that has defined the tone of David Gilmour and Eric Johnson for the past decades. So, without further ado. Here’s my review of the TD-X.
The Electric Mistress shootout!
Posted on July 9, 2015
The Tube Driver has a […]
Nothing sounds quite the same. The Electric Mistress flanger is unique and it has been featured on countless recordings since it hit the market in the late 70s. The pedal also defined David Gilmour’s tones between 1977-83. A period many […]