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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
What’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 […]
An equalizers can be a powerful tool for shaping your tone. A small nudge can do wonders but it’s easy to do more harm than […]
Volume is a crucial part of a good tone but it’s perhaps a bit elusive and easy to overlook. In this feature we’ll discuss different […]
Most of us, when we try to describe our favourite guitar tone, use words like smooth, warm, creamy and sustain, but it’s not always that […]
David Gilmour has just finished off the second leg of the Rattle That Lock tour. His playing and tone is already talked about among fans […]
Reverb is one of the most common effects used by both guitarists and producers. Still, it’s an often misunderstood effect and if used wrong, it […]
Are you a slave to your pedals and effects? Aren’t we all? It’s easy to get blinded by all the effects available today. Each pedal […]
I get the question all the time “What can I do to become a better guitar player?” We all want to know the secret and […]
Whether you’re set on nailing David Gilmour’s huge lead tones or just want something that will make your listeners jump in their seats, you got […]
Most of us spend a great deal of time playing guitar in either a bedroom or a small home recording studio. Limited space, grumpy neighbours […]
What is a sweepspot? The term is often used by musicians and engineers but what does it really mean? Is it just a hype? In […]
I spend a lot of time reading and searching through forums, reviews, YouTube clips, features and just about everything related to guitar. Like you, I’m […]
Few topics seems to stir up so much controversy and opinions as whether true bypass or buffered pedals are the best solution for your tone. […]
In this 4-part feature Iâ€™m going to look at the grandest and most difficult topic of them all â€“ tone. Just what is tone? What […]