Moog Lap Steel Explorations Part 2 – a live looping improvisation by Bill Walker, using the new Moog Lap Steel and Looperlative LP-1.
The improvisation features the usage of the guitar’s onboard filters, and using an Ethos preamp for distortion, in tandem with the Moog guitar’s infinite sustain capability to get a high volume feedback response at a low volume,
The LP-1 is being controlled by a Gordius Little Giant MIDI controller and an iPhone using the OSC app and a Missing Link WiFi to MIDI adaptor.
This video is a demo of the Electro-Harmonix Micro POG with a Bass guitar. Continue reading Electro-Harmonix Micro POG Demo
BOSS/Roland is proud to announce the new Legend Series FBM-1/FDR-1 earned Best in Show honors at the Winter NAMM Show in January 2007. The popular Best in Show panel capped NAMM Universitys free breakfast sessions offered during the show, held January 18-21 in Anaheim, California. A group of industry experts were invited to shop the show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, pick their favorite companies, products and services and present the winners in five categories during the Sunday morning panel. The Legend Series FBM-1/FDR-1 earned Best in Show accolades. Fender amps of the 50s and 60s are beloved and coveted by guitarists around the world. Thanks to BOSS technology and tone know-how, the new FBM-1 brings the natural, fat, rich, bright tone of the Fender Bassman to a BOSS pedal. In conjunction with Fender, the new BOSS FBM-1 recreate the legendary tone of 1959 Fender Bassman. Features include the same controls on the original Bassman: Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls. The FBM-1 also functions perfectly as a pre-gain pedal placed before an already overdriven amp to add the tone character of the Bassman. Recreates the legendary tone of the 1959 Fender Bassman amp Additional BRIGHT IN provides a brighter sound, similar to the original Bassman Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls Road-tough BOSS metal construction Perfect pre-gain pedal for adding or retaining Fender tone color
FBM-1 Pedal Compacto BOSS Fender Bassman
Pedal Compacto BOSS FBM-1 Fender Bassman, Los amplificadores Fender de los 50’s y 60’s son apreciados y codiciados por guitarristas de todo el mundo. Gracias a la tecnología de BOSS ya sus conocimientos de sonido, el nuevo FBM-1 de BOSS captura el sonido natural, grueso, rico y brillante del Fender Bassman en un pedal compacto BOSS. Producto del trabajo e investigación Junto con Fender, el nuevo BOSS FBM-1 recrea el sonido legendario del Fender Bassman de 1959. Entre sus características se encuentran los mismos controles del Bassman original: [potenciometros] Presence, Treble, Mid y Bass EQ. El FBM-1 también puede utilizarse perfectamente como pedal de pre-amplificacion, situado antes de un amplificador ya saturado para agregar el carácter tonal del Bassman.
Boss PS-5 pedal demo
Doog(sans chat), Fenders Contemporary Telecaster, PS-5, Boss BR-8 amp sim
Demo of the Boss SL-20 Slicer Pedal
COMMENTS PLEASE! SL-20: Slicer Instant Audio Adrenaline Inject a shot of high-octane fuel into your music with the SL-20 Slicer. Instantly transform a guitar, bass, keyboard, or vocal into a pulsating groove instrument. Choose from 50 onboard Slice patterns or experiment with the SL-20’s innovative Harmonic Slicer feature, which generates percussive melodies, Loop Record, and unique 3D Panning. * Instant groove and percussive-melody generator * 50 Slice patterns onboard, with adjustable attack and duration, including Harmonic Slice * Tap Tempo via onboard pedal switch; internal and MIDI sync * Sound characteristics such as attack, duration, effect level, and direct level are controllable via external Expression pedal (sold separately) * Variety of output modes, including the unique 3D Panning for spacious sliced FX Recorded by Springfield Music @ 2008 Summer Namm www.springfield-music.com myspace.com/springfieldmusic youtube.com/springfieldmusic
Boss DD-20 Giga Delay Pedal
Probably the most advanced digital delay pedal for guitar players.
BOSS Harmonist HR-2 harmonizer pedal demo
This is a demo of the BOSS Harmonist HR-2. It was produced from 1994 to 1999. I couldn’t find any demos of this pedal, so I decided to make one myself.. It was one of the first compact harmonizer pedals, and it can create two different harmonies up or down: -/+ 3,4,5,6 and OCT. You can select between all 12 different keys, and adjust the level for each voice individually. It can also create a “detune”/chorus effect. I’m using a “Y”-split cable to split my guitar signal to both the “Detector in” input on the HR-2, and my V-Stack BHM preamp pedal. Then the signal goes from the V-Stack to the HR-2’s normal input. The stereo output from the HR-2 goes straight into Cubase music software, with just a little reverb added in the mix. I’m giving you some examples here of what this pedal can do, more info on the video text. www.ketilstrand.com
Free – All Right Now, riff + solo – Alternate position with capo
PLEASE READ FIRST! Yeah I know you play if different, in fact there are several ways to play the main riff. You can place your A chord on second fret too. But, please check it out, I think it just sounds better with your capo on 2nd fret. And you have plenty of time to remove it before the solo (if you want to…) This sequence has been played with an Edwards Les Paul Custom guitar through a Boss Super Overdrive pedal (modified to TS808). This guitar solo has always been one of my favourites, thank you Paul Kossof!!