Cusack Tap-A-Whirl (new vid)

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  1. fatback

    fatback Member

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    I've been updating my old vids for the Tap-A-Whirl. This one demonstrates the tap tempo, ramping, and a couple of less obvious sounds hidden in the T-A-W. I'm just sticking to the fourth waveform, ( smooth rise,) here and will be showing the other 23 in a later vid.



    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5079219450955831931&hl=en


    If you are a fan of trem effects than you owe it to yourself to check out the T-A-W.
    :dude
     
  2. mr.mattphisto

    mr.mattphisto Member

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    That was pretty sweet...loved the baritone guitar.

    As always, your demo vidz are amazing.
     
  3. Andre357

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    I bought a tap a whirl a few weeks ago. Fantastic pedal. It replaced a noisy, keely modded Boss TR2 on my board.

    Really nice sounding trem pedal..........having a trem pulse in time with a song is not to be missed.....
     
  4. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Sounds great! I love that Grosh baritone.

    Bryan
     
  5. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    Very cool, John!
     
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    love mine, too, and great video
     
  8. Plan9FOS

    Plan9FOS Member

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    Great stuff, I will have to check one out ...
     
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    brmc Supporting Member

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    This is why I always tell people to pick up a Cusack TAW. This pedal is so versatile, and is so easy to use.
     
  10. Blunder

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    I really dig my TAW. Great sounding pedal that does so much. Very user friendly functions too.
     

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