Delay & Reverb are two very common guitar FX, but they do essentially the same thing. When should you use one rather than the other?
Love the idea of being on stage, but terrified about actually performing? This is the video for you.
I take on the ULTIMATE CHALLENGE! OK, well, not ultimate, but it was pretty hard… Here are links to all the videos we used:
- Banjo: https://youtu.be/0fwFdMuWoPM?t=15s
- Ukulele: https://youtu.be/PB3RbO7updc?t=2m10s
- Pipa: https://youtu.be/ksiM1wRcutQ?t=13s
- Cigar box guitar: https://youtu.be/Z3aW68kQXsk?t=40s
- Viola: https://youtu.be/pCPRe9_kUN0?t=33s
- Morin Khuur / Horse head fiddle: https://youtu.be/JL5bN3bcdfA
- Piano: https://youtu.be/pMAtL7n_-rc?t=6s
- Bouzouki: https://youtu.be/mHh302C2HHM?t=2s
- Guzheng: https://youtu.be/zWUWCddcQTY?t=31s
- Cello: https://youtu.be/D9LrEXF3USs?t=2s
Adam Neely recently uploaded this video entitled “Does Gear Matter?” It’s here, feel free to watch it before you watch mine, it’s a good video.
I agree with him entirely, but feel he stopped short of making a really crucial point. Crucial in my opinion anyway. The answer to “does gear matter?” is, in my opinion, “no, as long as it inspires you”
This is a fun, (well, fun for a specific kind of person), exercise which will help familiarise you with chords and scales and how some of the more complex chords can be constructed. Essentially we’re adding a Common Tone to a sequence of chords and seeing how that note affects each chord.
I’ve been a musician for most of my life, professionally for nearly 10 years. I’ve heard a lot of jokes…
Flippin’ heck, I made a music video! Hello Malcolm is a parody of indie music videos and contains as many cliches as we could find. The above video is all about the process and how the project came about.
Here is the completed music video, for your viewing pleasure. If you want to check out the full credits and extra info you can do so on StabbedPanda.com