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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by TSims1, Oct 9, 2017.
Nicely Done, very professional !!
I think this is the best Ubangi demo I've seen yet.
Nick Urso and Tony have really done a great job doing a demo of this pedal OUTSIDE of the rockabilly ilk. I was excited when I clicked on
the vid link to see Tony w this duojet. Kind of jealous too because the post FMIC duojets are so great compared to the early models. My 89' sparklejet
was a complete anemic dog even w ceramic filters. Seeing this makes me wish I'd held onto my 2014 6121!
Well done! Now I want one. And thanks for showing me what my 6129 is capable of sounding like too.
I like Nick's too.
Yep, Nick's demo was the first to get me interested, and Tony's continued that interest. Your Rocktober sale was the icing on the cake, and I just ordered one a little while ago. Really looking forward to it.
I used my Ubangi last saturday....
What a sound... It make you wonna jump
Or not ?!?
That's a great pedal...
this is a serious #Gretschmafia picture!
You don't wonna know....
Great demo T!
For some reason what comes out of my amp doesn't sound near as good as what comes out of yours
I love my Ubangi Stomp...great gritschy pedal!
Tavo should pay you a decent dinner, Tony. Well done.
Just think, pretty soon you'll be able to do a comb-over from your nostrils and ears onto your head!
Hey, Sims has a youtubes channel. Subscribed.
Excellent demo and beautiful pedal. I also appreciate that you dressed appropriately for playing the ubangi and duo jet.
Hey man - you never know what you’re gonna get with me. That’s what I happened to be wearing yesterday........if I’d have filmed today, it would have been a tank top and pajama pants. Who knows.......could be a leather suit n bowling shoes tomorrow.
You know, until I saw this demo, I'd never really pushed the gain up past 12 o'clock to take advantage of the fuzz potential. Wow, that sounds good. It's like having an entirely new pedal that I wasn't aware I have (huh?). Which brings me back to my initial comment this morning about the other stuff becoming obsolete...
for sure.. here's some grady martin faux bari sound ... using bridge Texas Special, 91's strat w 13 gauge flats, just up past 12