Which vid by your favorite YouTube stars is a must watch?

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  1. doc

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    Post if you've seen a video by any of the "serial YouTube stars" with guitar/music content you think is "not to be missed" by TGP. I mean stuff by folks like Pete Thorn, Doug & Pat, That Pedal Show, Andertons, Premier Guitar, etc. Heck, even Scott Grove if you really think he has one with outstanding content.

    Pete recently had one on using a fuzz to help achieve a sparkly, punchy clean Strat tone I thought was very helpful.
     
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  2. freedom's door

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    I wouldn't say I have a favorite YT star, but when someone mentions Pete Thorn and YT, this is always the first thing I think of:



    Just pure badass guitar wailing FUN.
     
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    Yeah!
    That’s bada$$!
    (I’d love to have the drippy clown vomit one!!)
    Further proof that Pete’s awesome;


    And..., an example of the Katana being able to do just about anything;
     
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    Great demos, absolutely smokin' player: Shawn Tubbs:

     
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    Super cool history of playing on amazing records, great stories, very useful information! Tim Pierce:

     
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    Incredibly intelligent and insightful:
     
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    Here is one of my favorite reviewers with one of my favorite pedals.



    Another review of the EQD Disaster Transport SR, comparing to the EQD Dispatch Master. Both of these reviews are not to be missed if you're a fan of these pedals.

     
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    Gotta be Filthy Frank.
     
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    I watched this and went out the following week and bought one of these guitars ( pretty much did the same for his Yamaha TRH 10 video )


     
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    Any video by Jess Greenberg is a must-watch - with the sound on mute, that is!
     
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    This is a great video. I had no idea that the Pedal guy on the right actually built pedalboards to the stars, such as Ed O’Brien himself. They have such an easy rapport it takes the video to a higher level.

    And Ed’s mindset is great - he communicates so well how he fixed onto Andy Summers and being a texture guy early on. If I had a complaint, it would be that when Ed starts messing with the looper - so flippin fascinating!! - no one points out that he is really just treated the guitar as a source trigger and he’s simply playing the pedals. I mean that *is* what’s he’s doing, I’d just like it pointed out and discussed more directly. Ed O’Brien’s a Pedalist as much as he’s a guitarist!! They discuss how to make 3 guitars work within the band, and I think the fact that he supplies textures is part of him finding his spot.
     
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    Not gear related, but I came across Larkin Poe's "Tip O' the Hat" video series a few weeks ago, where they put together some solid covers paying tribute various songs they found influential. Looks like they have over 60 of them now.


     
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    Big fan of Shaun, Pete & Tim
    My fave subscription is Michael Nielsen. Affable, great player and gear up the kazoo.
    Many great vids. These 2 are review gold standard:



     
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