Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

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Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by Jazzandmetal? » Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:42 am

Buzzaround vs MKIII
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPZ6UyRI ... re=channel


Buzzaround Clean Up:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdCX1H74 ... re=channel

The first video with my daughter doing some bluz faces:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vImHUnkB ... re=channel

Not the best quality in the world.....but you should be able to tell the difference. :hihi:
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by molokaio » Wed Sep 16, 2009 10:50 am

can't wait to go home and check these clips out... In the past I had good use of some of your videos when I tried to discover how some pedals were. Thanks a lot man! My buzzaround should be here in a few days, but this will help a lot!
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by JP30 » Wed Sep 16, 2009 2:44 pm

:hihi: nice vid.
I just checked out the first one.
they both sounds good but I kinda liked MKIII sound better for some reason.
i will check them again after i get home tonight. :party:


your daughter's going great job too ! :tu:
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by Jim Jones » Wed Sep 16, 2009 6:17 pm

Thanks for posting those - very cool to hear some different pedals, and great playing, too! Your daughter is quite likely a future metalhead. :oldsmile:

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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by molokaio » Wed Sep 16, 2009 6:36 pm

Very interesting vids... I guess the differences are more hearable in the last clip...
Thanks man. Sure looking forward to it.

You got a mkI as well right?
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by Jazzandmetal? » Fri Sep 18, 2009 4:31 am

Yeah, I have an MKI. It is on the fritz right now. I lent it to someone and I think something got knocked around in shipping.....I didn't realize that until I plugged it in to put on one of the videos. :ztongue:
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by cubba » Fri Sep 18, 2009 6:14 am

As per usual, some kickass playing there J&M! :listening:

Plus, I love how you always include your daughter in the vids.
She's outrageously cool and thoroughly entertaining to watch.

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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by Jazzandmetal? » Sat Sep 19, 2009 2:18 am

cubba wrote:As per usual, some kickass playing there J&M! :listening:

Plus, I love how you always include your daughter in the vids.
She's outrageously cool and thoroughly entertaining to watch.

Thanks!

She loves pedals. Anytime a new box of any sort is left at my door she asks "Is it a pedal? Is it a pedal?"
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Re: Skinpimp Buzzaround and MKIII clips.

Post by hunkowood » Sat Sep 19, 2009 2:45 am

Jazzandmetal? wrote:
cubba wrote:As per usual, some kickass playing there J&M! :listening:

Plus, I love how you always include your daughter in the vids.
She's outrageously cool and thoroughly entertaining to watch.

Thanks!

She loves pedals. Anytime a new box of any sort is left at my door she asks "Is it a pedal? Is it a pedal?"
Aren't kids and music great ! The greatest compliment I ever received (almost brought me to tears btw) was when my then 9 year old said " Daddy you could be one of those bluesmen". Man it still gets to me when I think about it and it's been 9 years. Jeez time flies.


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