"24 waveforms" T-A-W demo vid

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  1. fatback

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    evening bump.
    Thanks for the clips!
     
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    Awesome! Thanks so much for doing this clip. I've searched far and wide for a tremolo but never considered the TAW because people always said it sounded artificial and not amp-like. Sounds pretty damn good to me :)
     
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    right on. :BEER
     
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    Great video. I've always enjoyed your demos, and this one has to one of the best!
     
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    Nice video. I too am still amazed at how much this pedal can do. Brings a smile to my face everytime I turn it on. Problem is, I now really want a Tap-a-phase.
     
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    Thanks for that John.
    I have the early 8 wave form T.A.W. and I've beeen thinking about getting it up graded. I believe then I could store presets yes?
    B.
    Oh, and wicked chord progression BTW. Do have TAB for that?;)
     
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    Yes you can save presets. Another great feature of the TAW. Well worth the upgrade. There are so many cool waveforms that you can lose hours tweaking them all. The 3rd bank has some really good rythmic waveforms.
     
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    Mr. Back:
    If possible, I suggest you edit the title of this to include "tap-a-whirl." Easier to find. Thanks again,

    V
     
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    :AOK Good idea, but I don't think the current TGP software lets me edit the thread title after a certain amount of time.
     
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    Not amp like? I worked at it until it sounded exactly like my '68 Princeton Reverb, so I know it at least sounds like that amp...

    Oh, and Thanks for the great video Fatback!​
     
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    It does sound very amp like if you set it right. Alot of the waveforms do not, but that wasn't the intention. I have had many trem pedals and this one does everything I want and more. So many options it's mind boggling.
     
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    Thanks for this demo. Your first Tap-A-Whirl demo influenced me in getting one, and I'm happy with it.
     

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