Nick Jaffe Demonstrates G&L Tribute® Series ASAT® Special with Windowpane™ Silicon Fuzz and Two Timer™ Analog Delay
Guitarist Nick Jaffe just posted a video demonstration of the G&L Tribute® Series ASAT® Special. Nick does a fantastic job of explaining every detail of this great guitar and gives examples of the wide tonal variety it provides, from crystal-clear clean tones to searing lead tones courtesy of a BBE Windowpane™ fuzz stompbox. He also uses a BBE Two Timer™ dual-mode analog delay. Check the video out below.
About the BBE Two Timer™ TT-2 Dual Mode Analog Delay: The Two Timer was inspired by the long discontinued DM-2 Delay, which was known for its warm, haunting reverb and tape-like echoes. The Two Timer offers two independent delay times foot switchable via the "time 1/time 2" mode switch. This makes it possible to have one delay set up for a short slapback rhythm sound while another is set to a longer delay for solos. Read more here.
About the BBE Windowpane™ WP-69 Silicon Fuzz: Windowpane's two sequentially-wired silicon transistors are properly biased at the factory and the tone is dialed in with a carefully selected treble roll-off on the second transistor, recalling the slightly mellowed top end of early germanium transistor fuzz pedals. But unlike those old classics, Windowpane fuzz pedals have bulletproof reliability and consistency. Leave your rare vintage fuzz at home and hit the road with a tool that sounds better, anywhere, anytime, every time. That's Windowpane. Read more here.