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The box may not be truly tiny—but the Uni-Vibe-style sounds are totally huge.

Deep, luxurious, detailed, and very authentic modulations. Nice attention to detail.

No expression pedal option. Rate wheel not as expressive as treadle.


Sabbadius Tiny-Vibe 69


Argentina's Sabbadius is not messing around when it comes to Uni-Vibe-style pedals. Their authentically styled and photocell-driven Funky-Vibe pedals come in five incarnations—including models designed to replicate Jimi's Uni-Vibe sounds from Woodstock and the Fillmore East shows that birthed the Band of Gypsys LP. They also build Funky-Vibes intended to replicate variations built in 1968 and '69.

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We dissect some of the legendary Pink Floyd guitarist's most identifiable rhythm and lead techniques.

Chops: Intermediate
Theory: Intermediate
Lesson Overview:
• Learn how to incorporate open strings into non-open position chords.
• Develop a more accurate bending technique.
• Understand how to improvise with the blues scale.

Click here to download a printable PDF of this lesson's notation.

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Live Satellite Appearance Planned

Centennial, CO (August 1, 2007) - 165 North American theater screens will premiere David Gilmour’s 85-minute theatrical version of his live concert DVD, “Remember That Night- Live at the Royal Albert Hall.” The showings will be in high definition.

The event, scheduled for Saturday, September 15th, will also include a live, one-song performance by Gilmour and a Q&A session via satellite from London.

The concert recording features songs from David Gilmour’s On An Island CD and an array of Pink Floyd fan favorites, including “Echoes,” which was performed in its entirety for the first time in 20 years. Gilmour was joined by special guests David Crosby, Graham Nash and David Bowie for a unique performance of the Pink Floyd classic, “Arnold Layne.” Richard Wright, Phil Manzanera, Dick Parry, Guy Pratt, Jon Carin, and Steve DiStanislao also made appearances.

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