Discussion in 'Gear Demo Videos & Sound Clips Archive' started by jzucker, Sep 20, 2008.
bump for better mix
no, but i can make some...why?
Can't get YouTube at work.
Ah...Me neither. Unfortunately, I can't make an mp3 'til I get home.
Sounds like yet another nice, warm, smooth, medium gain pedal. I am starting to get lost in all the choices for this sort of effect. How do you feel it stacks up against similar, say GSR, Zen, Ethos, Firefly, etc?
I don't really get into A/B sports-type ratings. In this price and functionality range, I think it's more a matter of finding the pedal that speaks to you, so to speak. So much is dependent on your personal playing style, touch, feel, etc.
I understand about the sport thing, and I know you try to stay a bit neutral on all this stuff, but man, is it just me, or are there just a bunch of these pedals that get a similar tone?
Btw, enjoyed the playing as usual.
the real test would be to play it thru an average amp not a Kingsley that already has a great tone. However the purpose was different here I guess.
You should show each pedal in its best light. For example, you wouldn't demonstrate a jimi hendrix style wah pedal with a crate amp.
Why not Jack? I'm sure there's more guitar players out there playing Crates than Kingsley's.
ok, thanks for your comments.
I'm really enjoying your latest youtube vids. Especially liked this one - changing the settings within the song, with the video focused on the pedal is a perfect way to demonstrate the possible sounds available.
Not that I didn't like the ones where you discussed the pedal, but I think you have hit on the best way to demonstrate pedals with this new style (I just want to hear what the pedal does, you know?)
Crates have made a long way since the 80s