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Thread: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

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    Default Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    So there's this tiny channel in YouTube and they truly have something special in their hands.
    Short, precise pedal demos which aren't your typical display of knobs and sounds... rather, they're evocative works of art around the sound the pedal and the instruments create.
    Truly stunning and I've never seen anything quite like this. I'll shut up and link you all instead:



    That's a Montreal Assemblies Count to Five, one of the weirdest pedals I've ever seen.
    Delay, reverse delay and pitch shifting with multiple engines.
    Just beautiful. I'm sharing the crap out of these.
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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    And here's a Dual Reverb pedal, demoed in the most surreal ways and with beautiful visual creations to match:



    What a crazy way to create art.
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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    And of course, a bonkers Fuzz pedal had to come up:

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    Ibanez RG270 / Screamin' Demon bridge

    Egnater Tweaker 15 Head / Laney Cub 8 / 2x12 - Celestion V30+K100
    Line 6 M13 and plenty of stompboxes I rarely use!

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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    Those were great. Thanks for posting them.

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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    Wow! Ok, they win.

    Every other pedal demo is 8 minutes of talking.

    Hopefully, they continue this and don't move on to something more...lucrative.
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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    Great demos!

    Knobs is cool too.

    The Count to 5 is so random, just a wild pedal.
    Oh no.....


    Oh Yeah!

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    Default Re: Adventures in Sound - Wackiest, most impressive pedal demos I've ever seen.

    Wow -crazy, felt like a Ween video.

    Love it.
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