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  1. Gear, Equipment, Recording & Off Topic
    Aired live Nov 4, 2022 (without live Q&A) Greg discusses his background in robotic engineering and how that experience led him to establishing effects pedals for musical instruments. Used by world-class musicians, Greg touches upon what makes his designs unique and some of the problems...
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    One time showing on November 5th, 2022, at 11 am EST. Registration is free with promo code: Member Plan At this link: https://ungurunow.com/event/brians-chat-with-greg-lounsberry/ Guests can ask Greg Lounsberry questions after a 15-minute chat, where Greg discusses his background in robotic...
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    Mo Bass is the signature analog, true-bypass pedal of Derek ‘Mo’ Moore, the bassist for the Prog band Nektar. As a pre-driver, Mo Bass does not provide more (mo) bass, as some may interpret the name, but enhances the tone – as it does for six-string and organ (which I’ll address that later). In...
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    There are a few ways to describe the effect of the Amp Rescue, and it depends on whether you’re playing a clean or dirty signal. When playing clean, it’s as though a ‘flatness’ is removed from the signal and replaced with a clean chime, or even a bell-like response. The notes ring out quite...
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    SOUND: If you refer to the demo accompanying this review, it opens with a short digital organ segment, since the Tall & Fat was designed originally for that purpose and to make a digital organ sound analog. The outcome certainly is 'rich' and overflowing with dynamics and harmonics, but it did...
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    BACKGROUND: Nigel is not your typical overdrive, and its full name (Nigel Studio Touch Overdrive) nails it on the head. This pedal is incredibly touch-sensitive and a little drive goes a long way in bringing life to a tone. Nigel was the first Lounsberry pedal, the first of which was a...
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