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  • Marconi Union - Weightless


    Check out the new version, Weightless (253 Edit):

    Buy from iTunes:

    Buy the album Weightless (Ambient Transmissions Vol 2):
    + iTunes:
    + Just Music Store

    + The Ambient Zone selects and curates ambient music from across the full musical spectrum to create a magical listening experience acting as a trusted curator for a growing community of ambient music fans, offering all the good things that the word ‘ambient’ means and is associated with to different people in a quieter world.

    Continue listening by following our carefully curated playlists below:

    The Ambient Zone : Essential:
    The best recent tracks and artists you need to hear

    The Ambient Zone : Classics:
    A collection of iconic tracks that define the genre

    The Ambient Zone : Balance
    Relax and restore your mind body and soul

    The Ambient Zone : Voyage
    Journey into the space between time and place

    Visit our website for more releases, playlists, podcasts, live shows and information:

    “An ethereal sense of eternally free flowing dimensions...worth the wait” - DJ Mag 8/10

    “Two years after [Weightless] was declared 'the most relaxing tune ever' they've delivered five further, equally calming, pieces worthy of men once asked to remaster the Eno's back catalogue” - Uncut 8/10

    Other albums by Marconi Union:

    + Ghost Stations
    “One of the finest electonica releases of the year.” – Louder Than War
    “Marconi Union always find beauty in the bleakest places “ – Uncut 8/10

    + Different Colours
    “Marconi Union are amongst today’s most talented musicians” – Sunday Times

    + Beautifully Falling Apart (Ambient Transmissions Vol 1)
    “Marconi Union create wonderful emotive music” - Drowned in Sound

    + A Lost Connection
    “Pensive and also sensitive and quietly dazzling” - Music OMH

    + Distance
    ”An immersive and mediative journey. Sonically immaculate” Uncut

    + Under Wires and Searchlights
    “A vital excursion into a shadowy but bewitching world” - Uncut

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  • Scarcity, Opportunity Cost, Trade-Offs & The Production Possibilities Curve


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  • Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED


    23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock.

    Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►►
    Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter:

    Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft.

    WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture.

    Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED

  • Music Business Summit: Management Today


    The New York Chapter of the Recording Academy hosted a panel discussion with some of the top managers to discuss the changing climate and needs of artist and what is not expected of management.

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  • make a cheap acoustic guitar play like an expensive guitar


    make a cheap acoustic guitar play like an expensive one. Guitar improvement playlist.

    Individual videos.
    Unboxing and review of the acoustic guitar.
    Make a cheap guitar play like an expensive one.
    Make the hole rosette.
    Fitting the Fishman pickup.
    Fitting a bone saddle and nut.
    Replacing the guitar strings.

    The guitar is a Glarry GT501 cheap acoustic guitar:

    The song at the end is 'The troubled heart by Sad Fantasy';

    You can learn to play The Troubled Heart by Sad Fantasy, by following the guitar lessons in the short course on Fingerstyle guitar here;
    Right Handed
    Left Handed

    how to make a £40 acoustic guitar play like a £400 guitar. This is from a series of videos where I take a very cheap guitar and make lots of easy and inexpensive improvements to this guitar to make it play like a far better guitar.

    In this video I take the cheap Glarry GT501 guitar I reviewed in the previous video and get rid of as many of it's weaknesses as possible to make it feel like a guitar that would cost 10 times more. The Glarry GT501 is a very cheap guitar and because of this it isn't very well finished on the fingerboard and frets, the guitar would also benefit a lot from a pickup and preamp.

    In this video I will perform the following jobs on the guitar;
    I will bevel the edge of the frets and smooth them off.
    I will treat the wood on the fingerboard.
    I will lower the action.
    I will fit an under-bridge pickup and a Fishman blend preamp
    I will remove the mat finish and put a shine on the back of the neck.

    All I had to spend to bring this acoustic guitar up to a far higher standard is about £10 for the Fishman blend preamp.

    To learn the tune I play at the end here are the lessons;
    Right Handed
    Left Handed

    For lots of FREE guitar lessons and a complete guitar course go to;

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  • GR 11 Diversity Summary


    This video is a summary of the Diversity of Living Things strand from the grade 11 biology course. It covers general aspects of most of the Kingdoms of living things and some details about specific phyla or divisions.

    It is primarily intended for the students that I teach but perhaps it will be useful to other students or teachers. I hope so, anyhow.

    Please also check out my science website at

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  • How To Setup A Patchbay PX3000 With FCA1616 - A Complete Guide Part 2


    In Part 2, I demonstrate the use of a patchbay with physical units, cables, leads and in dept explanation.
    Please make sure you watch PART 1 first, for it to make sense of my demonstration.


  • Using Effects Pedals With Multi Channel Guitar Amps And A Bit On FX Loops – That Pedal Show


    Many amps have separate clean and overdrive channels. We discuss how the sounds differ when you use your pedals with them, including using the effects loops.

    Life too short for long YouTube videos? Please see the ‘Interesting bits and go-to sections’ information below.

    Hello folks, sorry this one is late – we had some gremlins in the system that made the edit corrupted, so it had to be fixed. We got there in the end.

    Welcome to the show! In this episode, Dan and I demonstrate what happens when you use common effects pedal types – boost, overdrive, modulation, delay/reverb – into the clean and dirty channels of your guitar amplifier. We also touch on the effects loop section of your amp and why you may or may not want to use that.

    Now, clearly there’s quite a bit of latitude in what we might call ‘overdrive’. In this case we’re using a mid-gained overdrive texture for our 'dirty' channel. The more gained you go, the more marked differences you will hear between clean and dirty channels in terms of how your effects react.

    For anyone wanting more on FX loops in general including stuff like the Four Cable Method (that Dan is basically using to patch the amp's preamp into G2), that is for another day - we'll dedicate a whole show to it.

    Meantime, there are on-screen graphics to explain what's going on, but if you're still confused…
    The effects order is as follows: Guitar, Boost, D&M Drive, Jam Ripply Fall, Maxon AD-9, Source Audio Collider, Amp

    Now look at the top row of G2. The four labels that start with ‘Preamp…’ refer to where the amp’s FX loop is sitting in the signal chain. When the red light is lit under…

    • Preamp After Drives: this means the boost and D&M Drive are hitting the amp preamp. ALL other effects are in the amp effects loop.

    • Preamp After Ripply Fall: Boost, D&M, Ripply Fall in the front, Delays in the amp effects loop

    • Preamp After Analogue Delay: Boost, D&M, Ripply Fall and Maxon AD-9 in the front of the amp, Source Audio Collider in the amp effects loop

    • Preamp After Everything: Everything in the front of the amp, nothing in the effects loop.

    We hope that helps!

    Enjoy the episode.

    Pedals & stuff in this episode…

    • TheGigRig Three2One

    • Peterson Strobo Stomp HD
    UK & Europe:

    • Metropoulos Supa-Boost

    • Keeley D&M Drive
    UK & Europe:

    • Jam Pedals Ripply Fall
    UK & Europe:

    • Maxon AD-9 Pro
    No longer available new

    • Source Audio Collider Delay & Reverb
    UK & Europe:

    • TheGigRig G2

    * Why do we have preferred retailer links? Find out here:

    - Interesting bits and go-to sections…
    - Intro playing: 0:00
    - Hello and what are we doing today? 1:26
    - The Mesa Lone Star is back! 2:34
    - Most of our amps are single channel: 3:24
    - Why have a channel-switching amp? 4:20
    - Today’s actual question: 7:25
    - Lone Star clean and dirty channels: 8:00
    - Channels or modes? 11:15
    - Boost pedals: 12:25
    - …into clean channel: 13:28
    - …into overdrive channel: 15:42
    - …and with humbuckers: 17:10
    - …and more gain: 18:15
    - OD pedals into clean and dirty channels: 19:10
    - The boost and overdrive summary so far: 23:18
    - Juicing up the OD channel: 24:15
    - Signal chain: amp front end and amp FX loop: 28:15
    - Delay and reverb into front of clean amp: 29:30
    - …and overdrive channel: 30:13
    - …and in the amp FX loop: 31:05
    - Substituting an overdrive pedal for amp overdrive channel, loop and no loop: 32:15
    - Line level? 35:47
    - Analogue delay in the front of amp and in FX loop: 37:20
    - Modulation, clean channel: 39:40 (40:55)
    - Dirty channel: 41:42
    - Why Mick stopped using two-channel amps: 46:16
    - A final point on amp channels and phase: 47:55

    Guitars in this episode:
    • Fender American Vintage ’62 Stratocaster – Mick’s video at
    • Fender Custom Shop 1963 Telecaster – Dan’s video at
    • Gibson Memphis 1958 ES-335 - Mick’s video at

    Amps in this episode
    • Mesa Boogie Lone Star Classic 1x12 with Mesa/Celestion C90 speaker

    We hope you enjoy this episode. Please subscribe to our channel.

    You can buy TPS merch to support our efforts

    We are on Patreon – crowdfunding for creatives

    Please visit our preferred retailers!
    UK & Europe: Andertons Music
    Australia: Pedal Empire

  • The Worlds Greatest Pedalboard - Justin Muncy


    Hey everybody! Today I'm going to be giving you guys a rundown of my guitar pedalboard setup. A lot of you have been asking questions about what's in my rig and here's the answer! This video is for all of you guitar tone aficionados-

    Make sure to leave a comment below, hit the like button, and click the subscribe button. Please, please, please, please, please ask me questions! I love this sort of stuff :)

    Justin Muncy

    Songs Featured:

    The Sound - Switchfoot
    Sugar We're Going Down - Fall Out Boy
    Break The Rules - Charli XCX
    Who Did You Think I Was? - John Mayer Trio
    Love Me - The 1975
    Dangerous - Big Data
    No Longer Slaves - Bethel Music
    Typical - MuteMath
    Fix You - Coldplay

    Gibson Les Paul 2008 Standard
    Fender Stratocaster Standard
    Gretsch White Falcon G6139T - CBDC

    RJM Mastermind PBC
    Walrus Audio Deep Six
    Fulltone Fulldrive 2 Mosfet
    JHS Moonshine
    JHS Mini Foot Fuzz
    Electro-Harmonix Micro Pog
    Strymon Mobius
    Strymon Timeline
    Strymon Big Sky

    Immix Eleven VS15

    George L Cables
    Mogami Cables

    Logic Pro X

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  • How to fit a piezo pickup and preamp into an acoustic guitar. The LC-5


    How to fit a piezo pickup and preamp into an acoustic guitar and make it into an electro-acoustic guitar. I've done the same project with a Fishman Presys Blend 301 pickup and preamp

    In this project I fit a piezo pickup and mic, LC-5 equalizer preamp into an acoustic guitar or in other words, I make an acoustic guitar into an electro-acoustic guitar.
    The preamp also has the addition of a microphone socket and a control to balance the sound of the mic with the sound of the pickup making it very flexible. The results are an acoustic guitar that can be plugged straight into an amplifier, mixing desk or effects for easy recording or good live performance. I did this project with a cheap guitar so I can see what the results were going to be like without potentially ruining an expensive guitar, however I was very impressed with the sound the preamp produced. My only criticism after using the guitar for a while was that the battery like in this preamp was very poor. I have now done exactly the same job using a Fishman Presys Blend 301, which also a microphone and piezo pickup but I was far more impressed with the battery life in that preamp and the sound was very good.

    In this project the preamp was an unbranded one that was bought off Ebay directly from Hong Kong, however it is still available to buy. To find the preamp on eBay or Amazon search 'Acoustic Guitar Preamp EQ LC-5'
    I replaced the microphone provided with a Sony ECM-DS70P because it made a noticeable improvement to the sound and the background noise.

    For lots of FREE guitar lessons and a complete guitar course go to;

    If you want to visit my Amazon store please go to;

  • Important Current Affairs For UPSC CSE/IAS 2017-P1


    Must watch: Test Series for UPSC Prelims 2019 - Hindi & English- Limited period discount
    Check out my latest video








    Important Current Affairs For IAS 2017-P1, ias preperation
    Franky Lamps channel
    Important videos for UPSC CSE:
    Current affairs:
    Exam strategy:

  • Transmission Perspective on COVID 19 | Pt. 2 of Near-Term Future of Singing Webinar


    Dr. Donald Milton discusses “Transmission Perspective on COVID-19 and the Future of Singing” as part of a webinar jointly presented by Chorus America; the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS); the Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS); and the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).

    Summaries and speaker's notes are available at

    The two-and-a-half hour live seminar covers a wide range of topics, and the panel acknowledged that this is only the beginning of a long journey of research for all arts organizations. “This is going to be a marathon, not a sprint,” noted ACDA’s Tim Sharp -- himself a survivor of diagnosed COVID-19.

    Catherine Dehoney, president and CEO, Chorus America |
    Allen Henderson, executive director, National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) |
    Marty Monson, CEO, Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS) |
    Tim Sharp, executive director, American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) |

    Medical specialists:
    Otolaryngologist Dr. Lucinda Halstead, founder and medical director of the Evelyn Trammell Institute for Voice and Swallowing at the Medical University of South Carolina, and President Elect of the Performing Arts Medical Association (PAMA).
    Dr. Donald Milton, a leading researcher on the interrelated areas of infectious bioaerosols, exhaled breath analysis, and respiratory epidemiology.

    Arts marketing and leadership professionals:
    Colleen Dilenschneider, IMPACTS Research and Development
    Mollie Quinlan-Hayes, ArtsReady
    Tom Clareson, Performing Arts Readiness

  • My background and ANTON OPARIN LESSONS


    Anton's guitar school-
    His YouTube channel -
    0:54 - Intro
    1:10 - My guitar goal
    2:22 - Decided to get a teacher
    3:07 - Teacher types
    4:39 - Summary of my guitar background before Anton
    7:48 - Found out Anton started an online school
    8:14 - Anton's signature 3 finger unit pick grip
    9:05 - picking in straight lines concept (using the 3 finger pick grip)
    9:53 - Troy Grady (fun but useless)
    10:27 - Anton's students results vs Paul Gilbert online school
    13:16 - Got a proper guitar and started Anton's lessons
    13:42 - What is special about Anton's lessons
    14:31 - Changed how I sit and hold the guitar
    16:43 - Moved to wrist picking
    18:10 - How I hold the pick now
    21:16 - Muting (wrong ways to mute)
    21:42 - Every muscle has only one simple job to do concept
    21:55 - String transitions (sorry, can't talk about)
    22:43 - My progress, feedback I got from Anton and my tips for those who are ready to learn and start from scratch.

    Feel free to ask questions in the comments. For others - only constructive criticism is allowed, and make sure you play at least as good as Anton on your YouTube channel if you want me to take your comment seriously:)

  • Saids Lecture on Paul Richer, Part 1


    The guest lecturer from Morocco is Said Bouftass who studied and taught anatomy at École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

    Said Bouftass, PhD, Professor of Fine Arts at the Institut Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Tetouan in Morocco, is founder of Phenomorphology of the Human Body Atelier (PHB Atelier), an educational service that specializes in the teaching of theory and practice of the phenomenological drawing of the human body.

    According to, Dr. Bouftass is, “The greatest specialist in artistic anatomy in Morocco. Born in Casablanca (Morocco) on December 21, 1963, from a family originally from Izbi, near Tafraout, is a visual artist, a researcher at INBA in Tétouan, a graduate of ENSBA Of Paris, and doctor of aesthetics and art history at the Paris-VIII Saint-Denis University.”

    “Professor Bouftass uses blackboard drawings as a way to demonstrate the anatomy of the human body, so his work combines anatomy and artistic pedagogy. It is really amazing what he does,” commented Vivian Incera, PhD, Professor of Physics and Dean of Science and Technology. “This is an outstanding example of the mutual benefits of the sciences and the arts, a message I believe in firmly,” Incera noted.

    Camera & video editor by Susan Yung

  • Treaty of Versailles


    Treaty of Versailles in 5 minutes.

  • Unit 1 Topic 4 People in Business


    Revision for GCSE Business

    -uploaded in HD at

  • AP Microeconomics Song


    Song - Wake up in the Sky by Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, and Kodak Black

    Made with Akhil Kammila and Hrishi Joshi ft. Arjun B and Sid D

  • MSME- part2


    A comprehensive coverage: for an effective understanding and answer writing

  • GR 10 Review for Grade 10 Biology Culminating Task


    Intended for my students as they prepare for the Culminating Task.

  • AP Micro Econ. Unit 3 Music Video


    Songs used:
    Eung Freestyle - Sik-K, Flowsik, PUNCHNELLO, Owen Ovadoz
    I'll Never Smile Again - Frank Sinatra

    Background Music For Lyrics From:
    King's Dead - Kendrick Lamar, Future, Jay Rock, James Blake
    Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley

    No Copyright Infringement Intended
    For Educational Purposes Only

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  • Introduction to Micro business Start-up


    Micro business in a township in South Africa

  • My ULTIMATE pedalboard!


    Rundown of my pedalboard I built with a bunch of stuff
    Sonic Research - Turbo Tuner Mini
    Musicomlab EFX Mk IV Switcher
    Xotic SP Compressor
    MXR Phase 90 '74 Reissue
    Horizon Device Precision Drive
    Rockett Archer
    Analogman Prince Of Tone
    Line 6 M5
    Eventide H9
    Source Audio Nemesis Delay
    TC Electronic Hall Of Fame
    Roland EV1 expression pedal
    Strymon Zuma Power Supply
    Bondi Sick As
    Dunlop Crybaby (modded) Wah
    Mission Engineering VM1 volume pedal

    For lessons, sessions, more contents:

    Check out my debut album Strangely Familiar
    Physical CD:
    Google Play:

    #pedalboard #GearRundown #PedalboardDemo

  • Unit 1 Topic 1 Starting a business


    Listen to this for revision notes

    -uploaded in HD at

  • IGCSE GCSE Economics Chapter 1 - The basic economic problem


    Hello everyone! The full course can now be purchased at the link below.

    Join me for online classes or locally if you're in Dhaka.
    Message me at for further information!

    Business IGCSE GCSE Management Introduction to Business

  • Mastering the Major Scale Made Easy


    Hi, Steve here. In this lesson I want to show you an easy way to mastering the major scale anywhere across the fretboard. I spent a great deal of time researching how to break the major scale into bite size chunks to play anywhere on the fretboard. I also show you how each note of the major scale sounds, how they work and how to use them to write ideas, songs, etc.

    Tabs and Charts I used:

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    Gibson SG Special 120th Anniversary Edition

    Prs SingleCut Korina (Newest SE model in link)

    Yamaha THR100

    Hotone Purple Wind

    The Warden Compressor

    Ibanez TS Mini

    Digitech Obscura Delay

    Boss TU-3

    Fender Marine Layer Reverb

    TC Electronic Ditto Looper

    Vox Boost Pedal

  • Two Strings, but One Voice


    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Two Strings, but One Voice (O Sweetest of Songs) · BYU Women's Chorus

    Nature Divine

    ℗ 2017 BYU Records

    Released on: 2017-06-02

    Artist: Unknown Artist
    Choir: BYU Women's Chorus
    Conductor: Jean Applonie
    Composer: Z. Randall Stroope

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • How are you alike Unit 3 Interview Top Notch 1


    Discuss likes and dislikes;
    Give and get directions;
    Prepositions of time and place;
    Verb be

  • Roland VC-1-DL Bidirectional SDI/HDMI Converter Overview | Full Compass


    Get it here:
    Full Compass is a major national retailer of Pro Audio, Video, AV, Lighting and Musical Instruments. Call 800-356-5844 for a great price and expert advice on items from over 700 brands.

    The Roland VC-1 Video Converter series provides uncompromising picture quality by maintaining the video characteristics of the original signal with rich-blacks and super-whites. There are no interlacing artifacts or other conversion or signal errors sometimes found with other video converters. The VC-1 series also features an on-board re-clocker to compensate for attenuation of SDI signals carried over long distances. The VC-1 series also supports both level A and B 3G-SDI, letting you connect a variety of higher quality SDI sources.

    The VC-1 series is HDCP compliant allowing you to convert or pass-through HDCP signals with the exception of any SDI output. The VC-1-DL additionally enables the HDCP signal to be delayed. Selectable audio embedding and de-embedding lets you route different audio sources to or from video devices. Digital AES/EBU input and output signals are supporting ensuring high-quality audio signals can be maintained through the signal flow.

    • HDMI to SDI conversion
    • SDI to HDMI conversion
    • Lossless image conversion
    • 3G (Level A&B)/HD/SD SDI
    • HDCP support
    • Built-in frame Synchronizer
    • Audio Delay - up to 9 fields (4.5 frames)
    • Video Delay - up to 9 fields (4.5 frames)
    • VC-1 RCS, PC/Mac control application
    • Selectable channel for embedded/de-embedded audio

  • Pourquoi un micro cher ne sert à RIEN


    ???? Vers les vidéos privées :

    Passionné de musique depuis tout petit, je m'engage aujourd'hui à composer les musiques les plus mémorables pour les Youtubers, les marques, le cinéma et tout ce que je peux magnifier par le son.

    Ayant eu l’occasion d’étudier la musique aux Etats-Unis et de travailler avec des artistes de tous horizons, je partage aujourd’hui mon expérience avec les compositeurs qui veulent dépasser leurs blocages et concrétiser leur rêve, grâce à mon approche minimaliste de la composition.

    ???? Vers les vidéos privées :

  • Yamaha QY70 DAW recorded demo with sounds, effects and apreggios


    As promised, here's my second Yamaha QY70 video with DAW recorded sounds. You'll also hear the effects section in action and some apreggios fed into it from an external source (the QY70 doesn't have an arpeggiator of its own). In summary, the sounds hold up pretty well even though they are from the 90s.

  • Pink Guitar - Are Pink Guitars Any Good - Top 10 Models Evaluated


    Thanks for watching my video “Pink Guitar – Are Pink Guitars Any Good – Top 10 Models Evaluated”. I hope you found some relevant information, but as I mentioned in the video, I think you get even more insights when you read my full article on this topic. I looked at 5 pink acoustic guitar models and 5 pink electric guitar models that I feel could be a viable options for you to look at. Here is the link so go ahead on check it out:

    In case you don’t have the time to read the whole thing, here is a quick summary and recap of what we covered.

    No all pink guitars are the same. As with any other guitars there are different categories. However, I think it’s pretty obvious that the majority of people who look for that specific color is likely interested into what would fall into the “kids pink guitar” category. Just try it out for yourself and Google the term and you’ll see what comes up. Tons of girly guitar versions in all shades of pink.

    So, in a first step you need to figure out what you actually want and what you’re looking for when buying a pink guitar. Should it be a real playable instrument or is it rather an item that will merely serve for decoration purposes or as a toy? Obviously, these are two completely different things. Now, I know for a fact that for someone who simply doesn’t have the experience, it might actually be quite challenging to distinguish between the two of them. As I had shared with you, I had students showing up with un-playable guitars for which they had actually spent a good amount of money – only for me telling them that those are not instruments and not conducive to learn to play on.

    Alright, we then moved on to discuss my Top 10 of the pink guitars that I feel are instruments that you can buy with confidence, if you really want a playable guitar. For instance, we looked at the Fender Classic Design that is a fantastic starter pink guitar for kids. Another good option is the Jameson Thinline Acoustic that actually has an output for amplification. So, I guess a pink guitar amp could be a good match for that one – even though I got to warn you, I do not know of any good amp in pink and therefore I can’t make any recommendations to you on specific models.

    The Johnson JG-100-Pk is yet another pink guitar kids and adults could look at, because considering the price, this is definitely yet another one of my top pics.

    I also introduced a bunch of electric guitars all of which are definitely worth taking a closer look at. Let’s take the Ibanez GRGM21 for instance, one of the best options in the pink guitar for kids category, as far as I’m concerned. Similarly, another great pink guitar for children is the Kay04P-PKG which actually comes as a bundle option, so you get a whole bunch of accessories which in this case are actually quite useful.

    On that topic, we also covered a few pink guitar accessories. Again, my goal was to focus on items that have value (rather than toys) to anyone who is serious about playing the instrument. I gave you specific recommendations for pink guitar straps, a great deal to get a 12=pack of quality Dunlop pink guitar picks, and lastly, one of my all time favorites and bestsellers, the Ernie Ball pink guitar strings that you can buy in bundles of 3 or 10 sets per unit.

    Alright, let’s wrap this up: make sure that you know what you want. Are pink guitars any good? It depends. The fact is that when people are looking for a pink guitar, more often than not they’re focus is on the color, rather than the characteristics and quality of the instrument. Just know what you are in for and know what you want. There’s nothing wrong with getting a toy guitar, if that’s your intention. But if you want a real instrument that can be played, I hope this video and my article over on my website gave you some concrete pointers of value.

    If you have any questions, just leave a comment below. Thanks again for watching.

  • The Pattern Theory - Adaptive Expectations


    Taken from the Album The Pattern Theory released on Valeot Records.
    c+p 2011. -

    available on iTunes,Amazon,Bandcamp and at these fine stores:
    in Europe at
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  • Simple Supply and Demand


    A quick, easy lesson on simple supply and demand.

  • Explain why there were so many medical discoveries in the 19th century


    Microteaching video on how to answer explain questions using 19th century medicine as an example.
    Aimed at new 9-1 GCSE EDEXCEL specification

  • Toeic CD1 Track2 Test1 Part1 Photographs


  • Example use of the Korg KP3 effects processor


    Example use of the Korg KP3 together with a Roland TR 626.

    Had written a large description about the creative process and how it works but suddenly it's all gone. Great.

    It rocks, it's worth the money, it did a lot for my musical abilities (lol), if you have questions about the KP3 I might be able to answer them

    Filmed with a cheap old Canon PowerShot S2 IS camera, recorded via line-out, annotations to come, etc.

    As for the gloves, the company that runs my building has decided that they can save money by turning off the heating just after midnight when the average person is expected to be asleep.

  • Review Session II - Final Exam - Microbiology - Part II


  • Module 3, Video 1: Network Functions


    Zero-state response network functions: transfer functions and driving-point impedances and admittance.

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    SUBSCRIBE & SHARE! On iTunes search for Eric Horst's Training for Climbing podcast. Enjoy, and please write a review!

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