Re: Pedal Acquisition Syndrome PAS group
I just don't get some people.
Of course I've been wondering how a guy apparently born in '88 can afford that guitar collection and as an eye professional I noticed the squint immediately, but I would never dream of even asking about it - making rude remarks is completely unthinkable for me. And now I know!
I really feel for you re the health issues you have to deal with. I won't pretend I can understand much of it, but I've had a couple of very rough times myself in my life.
And everyone are different levels of players, I certainly won't impress with any blazing legato runs but I like to think I have something else that is uniquely me in my playing. I can't stand blues playing, but that's just me.
So... if this was rambling and incoherent that's just the beer talking (Belhaven Wee Heavy, 6,9%, crikey!). Please keep doing the videos because they are a fine way to hear how the pedals sound, but more valuable to me personally is your participation and advice on this forum. I'd never be saving for a Green Rhino without your comments on it!
Also, I'm still a noob here but I've felt welcome from day one and you are a big part in that.
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Originally Posted by cynic79
So apparently, the secret of great Strat tone is to buy a Les Paul.