1 hr 29 min

Video Guitar Lesson 18b: Which pedals are most useful and what do they all do? Guitar Lessons with Tune in, Tone up!

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THE TWO VIDEOS FOR THIS ONE WOULD BE HELPFUL:
https://youtu.be/K7N1TxJm17k
https://youtu.be/BSAEidhkFcU

In this lesson, Dan talks pedals and pedalboards.  We take a tour round his board and a small tour round mine too.  Then we examine the question (from the perspective of a beginner) of what pedal someone could start out with.  Dan also gives his wisdom on some ways which you can keep in mind the big picture (perhaps of a pedalboard) and get the pedals which are the most useful.

There’s a really big section in which Dan walks me through what the different uses of the Strymon Timeline are and also regularly demonstrates a wide range of pedals with examples.

00:00:33 Start of main lesson
00:02:11 Using the Timeline - set to Pink Floyd Run Like Hell
00:03:19 Timeline setting - Reverse Delay
00:04:30 Timeline setting for Purple Rain
00:05:12 With a lighter chorus sound
00:05:29 Ducking delay
00:05:50 Clean boost
00:06:27 Different boosts
00:06:52 Wah wah pedal on
00:07:19 Sweep Filter
00:07:43 With compression
00:08:00 Octave pedal effect
00:08:28 Delay for Pink Floyd's - Another Brick in the Wall
00:13:15 Dan playing through my pedalboard
00:13:30 Corona TC Electronic Chorus
00:14:11 Increasing the depth
00:14:26 Delay Boss DSD3
00:15:21 Sampler?
00:15:34 Boss compressor CS3
00:16:34 Using a compressor pedal as a clean boost
00:17:05 Boss Overdrive OD3
00:17:32 A little trick is to leave the drive down and use the level as a boost
00:18:11 Reverb HOF mini
00:18:47 Boss GE7 Equaliser
00:20:06 Stripping it back to beginner level
00:20:29 Running with the question - what pedal ought I buy?
00:20:40 The 'ice' delay setting - pitch shifted delay
00:24:09 Srtymon - Timeline
00:25:22 Timeline: The Wall
00:25:54 Timeline: Always
00:26:43 Timeline: Ice
00:26:49 Timeline: Duck
00:27:14 Timeline: Purple Rain
00:28:09 Timeline: Streets have no name
00:28:52 Timeline: Reverse delay
00:29:34 Timeline: Tape delay (slapback rock and roll)
00:30:10 Timeline: multi-tap (run like hell)
00:30:55 Dan's tips on what pedals to buy
00:31:18 Tremolo - slapback delay (50s)
00:31:30 Less delay, wah wah and fuzz (60s)
00:31:56 Analog delays and chorus (70s)
00:32:52 Chorus and big delay (80s)
00:34:50 Into the Great Wide Open through the looper as a basis for a jam track
00:37:54 First pedal for Dan would be an overdrive
00:41:01 Explanation of overdrive
00:44:27 A good idea for a second pedal - a clean boost
00:44:49 On a clean channel - take into a solo
00:47:37 On a drive setting - a similar application shows the difference in lift
00:50:15 Buffered vs true bypass
00:55:37 Another great pedal is a wah wah
01:01:18 Next suggestion is a compressor
01:03:07 Good for Country music
01:03:46 Using a slight driven sound the compressor sustains the notes
01:06:11 Next type of pedal we discuss is a phaser
01:07:18 Using a phaser on Money (Pink Floyd)
01:08:05 You do something to me - Paul Weller
01:10:12 Another pedal to consider is a flanger
01:11:44 Next pedal is a chorus
01:13:02 Demo - chorus
01:14:18 Tremolo effect
01:17:27 Dan explains how he practically uses his board live
01:20:01 What is delay? Quick rundown
01:26:30 Tying your cables together and prepping your board for a quick setup

THE TWO VIDEOS FOR THIS ONE WOULD BE HELPFUL:
https://youtu.be/K7N1TxJm17k
https://youtu.be/BSAEidhkFcU

In this lesson, Dan talks pedals and pedalboards.  We take a tour round his board and a small tour round mine too.  Then we examine the question (from the perspective of a beginner) of what pedal someone could start out with.  Dan also gives his wisdom on some ways which you can keep in mind the big picture (perhaps of a pedalboard) and get the pedals which are the most useful.

There’s a really big section in which Dan walks me through what the different uses of the Strymon Timeline are and also regularly demonstrates a wide range of pedals with examples.

00:00:33 Start of main lesson
00:02:11 Using the Timeline - set to Pink Floyd Run Like Hell
00:03:19 Timeline setting - Reverse Delay
00:04:30 Timeline setting for Purple Rain
00:05:12 With a lighter chorus sound
00:05:29 Ducking delay
00:05:50 Clean boost
00:06:27 Different boosts
00:06:52 Wah wah pedal on
00:07:19 Sweep Filter
00:07:43 With compression
00:08:00 Octave pedal effect
00:08:28 Delay for Pink Floyd's - Another Brick in the Wall
00:13:15 Dan playing through my pedalboard
00:13:30 Corona TC Electronic Chorus
00:14:11 Increasing the depth
00:14:26 Delay Boss DSD3
00:15:21 Sampler?
00:15:34 Boss compressor CS3
00:16:34 Using a compressor pedal as a clean boost
00:17:05 Boss Overdrive OD3
00:17:32 A little trick is to leave the drive down and use the level as a boost
00:18:11 Reverb HOF mini
00:18:47 Boss GE7 Equaliser
00:20:06 Stripping it back to beginner level
00:20:29 Running with the question - what pedal ought I buy?
00:20:40 The 'ice' delay setting - pitch shifted delay
00:24:09 Srtymon - Timeline
00:25:22 Timeline: The Wall
00:25:54 Timeline: Always
00:26:43 Timeline: Ice
00:26:49 Timeline: Duck
00:27:14 Timeline: Purple Rain
00:28:09 Timeline: Streets have no name
00:28:52 Timeline: Reverse delay
00:29:34 Timeline: Tape delay (slapback rock and roll)
00:30:10 Timeline: multi-tap (run like hell)
00:30:55 Dan's tips on what pedals to buy
00:31:18 Tremolo - slapback delay (50s)
00:31:30 Less delay, wah wah and fuzz (60s)
00:31:56 Analog delays and chorus (70s)
00:32:52 Chorus and big delay (80s)
00:34:50 Into the Great Wide Open through the looper as a basis for a jam track
00:37:54 First pedal for Dan would be an overdrive
00:41:01 Explanation of overdrive
00:44:27 A good idea for a second pedal - a clean boost
00:44:49 On a clean channel - take into a solo
00:47:37 On a drive setting - a similar application shows the difference in lift
00:50:15 Buffered vs true bypass
00:55:37 Another great pedal is a wah wah
01:01:18 Next suggestion is a compressor
01:03:07 Good for Country music
01:03:46 Using a slight driven sound the compressor sustains the notes
01:06:11 Next type of pedal we discuss is a phaser
01:07:18 Using a phaser on Money (Pink Floyd)
01:08:05 You do something to me - Paul Weller
01:10:12 Another pedal to consider is a flanger
01:11:44 Next pedal is a chorus
01:13:02 Demo - chorus
01:14:18 Tremolo effect
01:17:27 Dan explains how he practically uses his board live
01:20:01 What is delay? Quick rundown
01:26:30 Tying your cables together and prepping your board for a quick setup

1 hr 29 min

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