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Doctor Guitar's episode 47 is about my Travel Pedalboard. If I'm flying to the gig i need to be the smallest and lightest I can. So this is the minimum pedalboard I can afford to play and not depend on the amp I get. This way I just need an amp to make it louder. All the tone is on the pedals.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPidiyPRdG4&feature=youtu.be

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Just messing around with Logic Pro X, the "Afterburner Synth Lead" Apple Loop and some plugins :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSJshShXeSI&t=1s

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Doctor Guitar's episode 32 is now online and it's about a rare amp: The VOX 125 LEAD. It seats between a VOX and a Marshall, and it's a unique amp. I love it and it always ends up being used on almost every record I do (mine or other artists that come to my studio).
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https://youtu.be/LaflRYdpqnM

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Doctor Guitar Episode 13 is now online!
In this Episode I answer to the large numbers of requests on doing a show about the Blues Junior, and asked a friend for a Tweed Blues Junior. This way I could compare both amps and figure out if the gossip about the Tweed being a better model than the Blackface was true. Here are the results.

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https://youtu.be/ia8FGHJ5x4I

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Doctor Guitar Episode 12 is now online and it's about getting the most out of your guitar's tonal possibilities. Using different pickup configuration as a function and understanding what the pickups can do for you, instead of thinking what can you do for the pickups.
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https://youtu.be/PRMWm6V3eoA

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Hi there you All! Doctor Guitar episode 11 is now online as it's been usual every monday.
In this episode we talk about using unusual notes to create some tension, and add uniqueness to your music. The notes outside the scale, sometimes are the best option.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2O212F1Z9M

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The new Doctor Guitar episode is now online and it's about my guitar rig for Budda Power Blues. My Main Guitar, Pedals, Amp and Cables. I show you how and why I choose this gear and all the combinations I usually use.
Hope you like the video.
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https://youtu.be/FwnhDiJdOE0

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Doctor Guitar Episode 9 - The Hidden Uses of a Loop Pedal is now online, and it's all about using a Loop in many completely unusual ways, or at least uncommon ways.
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I'll be more than happy to answer to all of your questions or doubts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlNtpKsK9O0

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Episode 8 is now online and it's about my simplest but most used guitar Setup. Guitar and Amp. I'm using my trusty Knaggs Choptank and my Mesa Boogie Lonestar, to show you how i use the volume pot and pickups configuration to get as many sounds as I need.
Hope you like it. Please subscribe the channel and share the link.
Thanks
Budda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI4b9WQyyIA

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Here's Doctor Guitar Episode 7 about combining two different mics in one guitar cabinet to capture a more realistic guitar tone.
Hope you guys like it and I'm really curious to hear your comments o it
https://youtu.be/_t9AjNUsaps
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