...down. Don't know if it's just Bill Ruppert that makes these Electro-Harmonix pedals sound so good and make them so “wantable”, the Slammi pitch shifter is bringing out the GAS.
...“On The Run”. Bill Ruppert's latest Effectology video shows him recreating Pink Floyd's “On The Run” instrumental from their 1973 classic “Dark Side Of The Moon” album.
Latest in Bill Ruppert's Efectology series of videos. Here he takes the new Electro-Harmonix HOG2 - Harmonic Octave Generator - through it's various paces.
...oh, by the way which one's Pink? In the latest in Bill Ruppert's Effectology series he shows how to get the Pink Floyd synthesizer sound used on “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”.
...'Superego Synth Engine'. Bill Ruppert is let loose on Electro-Harmonix new pedal the 'Superego Synth Engine'.
...Blade Runner. Bill Ruppert shows us how to get more non-guitar sounds out of a guitar and some effects pedals.
...Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory. With perfect timing not matched by Toxic Web, Bill Ruppert's new video has spooky sounds for Halloween.
...The Ravish Sitar. Bill Ruppert has another video where he gets non-guitar sounds out of his guitar and some effects pedals. The sitar.
...Paranormal Guitar. Bill Ruppert has a new video showing you how to get a paranormal soundtrack from a guitar and some Electro-Harmonix effects pedals.
...turn you guitar into a string synth and tin whistle. Bill Ruppert is back for St. Patrick's day getting some Oirish tin whistle sounds out of his guitar.
...Cry Baby Wah. A documentary about possibly the most famous and maybe even widely used and owned guitar effects pedal the Cry Baby Wah.
...Caribbean steel drums. Bill Ruppert's latest Effectology video shows how to get the sound of Caribbean steel drums out of your electric guitar and just two effects pedals.
...Freeze Tricks. The latest video in Bill Ruppert's Effectolgy series is all about one specific Electro-Harmonix guitar effects pedal - the Freeze Sound Retainer.
...Dr. Who theme tune. Bill Ruppert has come up with a new video showcasing the amazing non-guitar sounds you can get from a guitar and a few pedals, taking us back to our childhood with the Dr. Who theme tune.
..."Fanfare for the Uncommon Pedal". Bill Ruppert's latest Effectology video shows you how to get the horns and timpani sounds of Aaron Copland's 'Fanfare For A Common Man' for you to prog-rock out to.