VID - Pete Thorn demoing Wampler Dual Fusio overdrive
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VID - Pete Thorn demoing Wampler Dual Fusio overdrive

Superb versatile pedal! Someone mentioned it a while back, and I've reposted Tom Quayle's great demo vid too, which really showcases the clarity and touch sensitivity of the pedal through a totally clean amp. Pete Thorn's Suhr Badger amp is set up more on the edge of breakup...



Tom Quayle's vid

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eh.. moar overdrives.
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Yeah I know what you mean - time for a CLEAN PEDAL!
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Pete Thorn finds some brilliant tones with almost any piece of gear. It's good to see this pedal driving an overdriven amp.

I still like Tom Quayles tone using the Wampler Euphoria and the Suhr guitars more. After getting more mics and a studio guitar amp I can put money into guitar pedals and get the Euphoria.
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I love Pete Thorn, any thing he touches he makes sound great, seems like everything he demonstrates I want to go out and buy. I do like Tom Quayle's video's tone better though. Seems to me Wampler is trying to make their KOT, a watch out Mike. I'll stick with my King Of Tone and Ethos Overdrive thank you.
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Pete Thorn finds some brilliant tones with almost any piece of gear. It's good to see this pedal driving an overdriven amp.

I still like Tom Quayles tone using the Wampler Euphoria and the Suhr guitars more. After getting more mics and a studio guitar amp I can put money into guitar pedals and get the Euphoria.
Do you mean this one? Great playing and single coil tones!

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@Blast9 Yes. That's the first vid I watched with Tom and that pedal. He's done others where he's improvising or teaching principles of his playing as well. They're on his YouTube channel.

I also like the Weehbo Dumbledor as much as the Euphoria but the Euphoria just edges it out with it's character switches. The burgerman Weehbo vids are excellent.
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Pete Thorn finds some brilliant tones with almost any piece of gear. It's good to see this pedal driving an overdriven amp.
Yup. Youtube gear tests have some grizzled vets...Reminds me of an old school tour circuit where every gear demo they do sounds good.

I like to listen to limited players sounding good on youtube...I'm getting pretty good at turning on my crappy video cam mic ears.
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Do you mean this one? Great playing and single coil tones!

wow. Great playing for sure, and the pedal was nice, but that Shur sounded AmAzInG!!
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Pete could plug into a food processor and make it sound good.
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