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Pigtronix Infinity Looper Effects Pedal Review

"The Infinity Looper will definitely get your pulse racing and your creative juices flowing" Pigtronix Infinity Looper Effects Pedal by Interactive Magazine.

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Stellar review/demo. Thanks for making this! Big ups from Las Vegas!!
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I don't think he mentioned how long the loops are.
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+Frank BeethovenThis might help Frank //pigtronix.com/infinity/

Morley Accu-Tuner Effect Pedal Review

"If size isn't a problem, this is a good unit at a good price." Morley Accu-Tuner Effects pedal Review by Guitar Interactive Magazine. Reviewed in Issue 34 of ...

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Seems odd they'd make it a different shape than pretty much every other tuner on the market. Note you'll have to reorganize a little bit

Eventide H9 Max Effects Pedals | Review | Guitar Interactive

"In terms of effects quality you'll struggle to find better sounds" Eventide H9 Harmonizer Max Effects Pedal Review by Interactive Magazine. Reviewed in Issue ...

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Seems like it would be a bit fiddly to use in a live situation. I've been toying with this or the Strymon mobius. Which would you think is the most reliable, in my experience any thing related to computers and phones has the possibility of crashing, has anybody had any bad experience with either unit? I'd like to see reviews of gear after a couple of years of gigging use, not just out of the box, I know that's a big ask :)
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+Jack Beale Guitar Hi Jack, i think technology has started to reach the point where the old days of crashing are much less likely. The eventide is the type of pedal you have to set up during rehearsals specifically for the set list you're playing. Its a pretty amazing piece of kit though! I'd go and play one in a shop near you. Thanks for watching!
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Will this work on acoustic guitars ?
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+Craig Tullius yep. works great. mostly play with my ovation on it. sounds even better on electric
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Thats pronounced 'Even-Tide', not 'Evant-ide'. I looked around the Eventide website but no mention that I found of prices for effects and the MAXOut upgrade is confusing. BTW if you didn't know, all models are the same thing, you can upgrade it later by installing more algorythms.
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+Prince Westerburg It's just worth buying the Max. You will spend more money trying to upgrade your Core or Harmonizer to a Max not worth it!
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If you connect two h9's, is there anyway around getting the signal converted from digital to analog twice? 
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+paldenno1 I can't help you with that but this link might help https://www.eventideaudio.com/products/stompboxes/multi-effect-processor/h9
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I have one. It's not so good.. Strymon faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar away!!!
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+Phill PT Really? Thats interesting! I never could bring myself to like the Eventide Eclipse and when I played the Avid Eleven Rack I found it cold. Recently I bought an Eleven Rack and tried putting the SPDIF output into the Cambridge Audio DAC I usually use on my computer (its nothing special, bitstream consumer shite) but the output came alive, way better.Most of these digital products these days don't have any kind of output stage to speak off, its all surface mount, built to a price by people who do digital all day. At least Strymon make analogue gear using the same tech so maybe have a better grasp of it?Persoanlly I didn't like the Big Sky as I could hear lots of artifacts and poor sounding impulses (particularly on the Choral reverbs) and there is no digital output - I mentioned this to Strymon and they have taken it on board. I also asked why they don't make their gear rack mounted or in plugin form - that interested them too, so who knows! :o)
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+Prince Westerburg I prefer Strymon! I have the H9Max and have several Strymon and I prefer any of the Strymon..
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+Phill PT What are you saying here, that you prefer Strymon or Eventide? Your English is not clear.
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What's his guitar brand?
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+Zack Hsu Vigier.
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Amazing little unit. Bought one last week and pretty much havent done anything else but explore the endless possibilities within. Entirely worth the money. 
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+brian patrick We agree Brian! Fine work from Eventide!
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Toms playing and reviews are so pro :)
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+justin bulmer Thats just the way we do it at GI! Thanks for watching

Atomic Amplifire Guitar FX Pedal - Plugged In To a Clean/Dry Amp - Amazing Results!

For more info on the Atomic Amplifire Pedal go here - https://blog.andertons.co.uk/guitars/atomic-amplifire-exclusively-andertons To watch the Atomic Amplifire ...

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For almost the same price the BlueGuitar Amp 1 would blow this away & it's kinda the same thing but way better. I would love to hear the atomic as this video doesn't sound good. Maybe it's the Blackstar speaker? (Listening to the video through Sennheiser headphones so THAT's not the issue.)
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If you cannot try every amp in person you'll never really know what works for you. But, if you get one of these...after a little while...you will have an excellent idea what type of amp you sould look into. Like an 'amp store in your bedroom' at the very least...and from what I've heard, there is much more than that there.
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I have a '58 bassman I traded a magnatone twin for...as a kid who knew not what he had! Then there was the rack stuff in the 80's...mesa 180 watt and DC-30 as a pre-amp...and took 3 people to carry!Now I use a univalve into a monster that used to be a '62 tremoux...all gain to 11 and master to 1/2, full of very old cool tubes (there is a Myles Rose page about it at his blueprinting site) fed by a metal muff!And now, I need to see your list...as all of us amp junkies do...no, I must see it...Pretty please, with even order harmonics on it?
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+TheDogpa I have kept a data base of the amps I've played over the years (that I can remember) and it's over 165 right now. Out of that I would say 5-7 are great.
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Can someone please explain, as briefly as possible, the difference between modelling AND profiling amps?
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Thanks a lot!
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+Magnus Skeide A profiling amp like the kemper can take a snapshot of a real amp then use it to create a digital profile, effectively creating a brand new amp model. A modelling amp has certain amps built in and you cannot create your own profiles but you can tweak each individual amp that the unit is supplied with.
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Did anyone else think the atomic sounded dreadful? Not for me at all that.
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+dazscrivo Here's Rob playing AmpliFIRE through a guitar cab with the pedal's cab sims turned off as recommended. Or direct: https://blog.andertons.co.uk/guitars/atomic-amplifire-exclusively-andertons
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I've bought one on the strength of this review! It really does look like the unit I have been hoping for. I always end up just using about 6 or 8 tones mostly clean and I heard from the guys at Atomic yesterday that it will work well with an electro acoustic too, maybe with an additional IR. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Guitars remain traditional and slow to develop. People still love guitars made over 40 years ago but these things just get better and better. Just waiting for it to arrive.....superb service from Andertons as always.
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+Maximilian Gall I'm using it into a Roland Blues Cube Stage. I really like this amp it sounds very tubelike but is light and easy to carry and the options allow you to get great tones at home or practice at 0.5 watt and gigging I only needed 15 watts. The only think now is I wish I had gone for the artist but only because it has an effects loop and the stage doesn't, so I could hear how the Amplifire sounds into the effects loop.
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+Andrew Butcher thanks for your detailed answer ! very nice :) so infront of what amp do you use it?
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+Maximilian Gall Ordered yesterday delivered 11:15am this morning. Brilliant service. I have spent hours playing with this thing. First of all just going through the presets which are all useable not like the myriad of weird unusable tones you usually find in there. Going straight in is giving me really good results. After a few hours I downloaded the software and did the upgrade which was very easy and easy to figure out, simple, logical and well thought out. a Some of the presets benefitted from a bit of compression and the Bassman and Vox tones are particularly good. Going on to the free preset spaces you can use the effects with your own amp and as was mentioned in the video it would be worth it just for this. This absolutely suits me down to the ground and I can't wait to get back to it tomorrow. There are a load of free presets to download already on the Atomic site and you can by other IRs if you want. It should take the market by storm.
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+Andrew Butcher did it arrive already ?? can you tell me how it sounds in front of an amp without effects loop? would be great :)
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It is fabulous!!
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my Fender Deluxe Reverb doesn´t have an effects loop.. How does it sound if i plug it infront of it?
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Mine doesn't either. It would be good to have a reply to this.
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For anyone considering a modeller of ANY SORT - READ AND TAKE HEED OF THIS ADVICE ,as it comes from an experienced user who has no affiliation with any music company or product and as such my advice will save you thousands of pounds! I owned a Boss GT100 for 2 years and tried it in EVERY CONCEIVABLE mode! I DID deep edit it, I DID read all the manuals on the net, i DID read all reviews, forums & I even paid for advice - ultimately i became a bloody expert on the thing! Despite all of this (and owning good quality gear), I could NEVER get rid of the "digital sound" i.e. a sound that has no warmth and headroom. Take your hard earned cash and go buy a small amp head (tiny terror, orange dark terror, hughes and kettner etc ect) with a 1x12 cab (if you are on a budget) or a 2x12 cab (if you have the cash) and you'll never look to another modeller in your life - YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED - don't waste your money !! You'll buy a modeller and then find yourself saying "something is missing here" You'll then go and try buy your way out of the lifeless tone by : Buying pedals, trying the 4 cable method, buying FRFR speakers and anything else you can get your hands on. Eventually you'll try a valve amp and go "oh my god! this is the sound i expect to hear when I play a guitar!" You'll sell all aforementioned kit and take a HUGE loss on your money! This is not just me being bitter either - i REALLY worked with the GT100 and wanted it to work for the same reasons all of us buy a modeller ("it would be great to click once and have a Marshall sound, click once and have a orange sound etc etc") but in reality this WILL NEVER happen. People who sell these things will always tell you that what I am saying is subjective SO BEFORE YOU BUY A MODELLER i URGE you to try the modeller and its equivalent valve amp SIDE BY SIDE and compare the tones BEFORE YOU BUY. Wjat i mean here is that if you are trying the Marshall JCM amp simm , set up a marshall JCM in the store, PLAY BOTH (and then make your decision). My gut feel is that 95% of guitarists (who have been playing for 12 months or more) WILL NOT walk out with the modeller. If you DO choose a modeller, then at least i have given you the basis on which to have made an informed decision.
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+Andrew Butcher - Yeah agreed! I SO WANTED the digital simms to sound good as the thought of pitching up to rehearsal with that little box and my guitar is VERY APPEALING!! Lugging about an amp head and large cab does not get any easier the older you get!
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+Conrad Kriel That's a fair point and I will never need metal tones! It's all in how you hear it I suppose. Two of my favourite guitar players have dispensed with amps altogether though and they sound great. I can't lift a Fender Twin any more and that's another reason why I like these things. Each to their own.
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+kingtjk Kingtjk: First and foremost my advice to any prospective buyer was: Try the valve amp and modeller side by side and make your buying decision on that basis. This is good sound advice.Let me qualify my statements a little further. I suggest you DO NOT buy this product for LIVE work/ gigs. It very well may have a place as a recording tool and for home practice but my previous comments still apply if you are considering this for live work. Andrew butcher: As for not being able to cover all sounds - really? A good amp head will have at least two channels and from that you can get a clean, crunch, lead and metal sound. What else would you need (even in a covers band)  Both As for this modeller not being in the same market / quality category as the boss GT100 & POD HD Series? I disagree! The price point is set exactly at that late entry/mid range market (Boss and Line 6 pods) . They are direct competitors to each other. I hear the blurb about it having 2 processors versus one and being "similar" to products 4 times the price (like the $2200 axe fx 2) but I'm sorry this is blurb. Do you know how i KNOW this is not good enough for live work? - No pros or even the demonstrators are currently or will use this product for amp simms in live performances /gigs! The pros, session musos and music companies all tell you how wonderful modellers are and how close they are to the real thing yet NO ONE USES THEM (for the amp simms) in a live scenario!! Why because they lack warmth and headroom!I'm not averse to all things digital and i do use digital effects. I would use the axe fx8 or similar products for their effects as im my opinion the reverbs, delays etc have got VERY close to their analogue counterparts. You CAN tell the difference but it is so small that it is easy to live with. I WOULD NOT however use any modeller for the AMP SIMMS.Lastly i feel where these modellers do come into their own is for home practice and recording. I use a line 6 UX2 for recording and practice and the amp simms (through headphones) are ACCEPTABLE!! These products serve to capture ideas and record them really well. In fact here is a suggestion if you want a product to record and practice at home get a lIne 6 UX2 with pod farm for £40!! SAVE YOURSELF £360!! Ill revisit amp Simms when i see musicians (pro and amateurs) using them in live work and GETTING GOOD TONES out of them! Until them its valves all the way baby!
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+kingtjk I agree. It's a great player probably just playing blues rock who can get away with just that. Have a look at RigRundown and see how much stuff you would need and how much you would need to spend to get a variety of tones to suit different songs and genres. I believe this is going to be a great product made by experts who care.
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+conrad kriel Hi Conrad, I appreciate your experience but I don't think many people will agree with you that the GT-100 amp modeling is anywhere near the state of the art. It's dangerous to make these kind of blanket statements about products you've never heard/felt in person.

Kelly Richey - Ambient Guitar #1

Kelly Richey - Ambient Guitar #1 AMP: 2 x Fender Deluxe Reverb with Hot Plate on each amp set at -8db EFFECTS CHAIN: Sennheiser G2 Wireless, Love ...

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lovin' it, good for my head today!
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MUITO BOM MINHA LINDA
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Very nice! (Duane)
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Yeah... I like. :)

Musikmesse '14 - Greenhouse Effects Selftitled Modular Pedal Demos (//bit.ly/Messe14.)

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Nice. Extra shout out for making a pedal for sludge/doom.
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Too bad the good sound of it only lasted for half a second before he ruined it with the eq
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