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Re: Art of the Stompbox DVD w/ henry kaiser, nels cline

My order has been made...I'm now going to be waiting with baited breath..

When I went to YouTube to check out the trailer, I saw a few other Henry 
Kaiser related vids recommended.  I checked out the Dunlop TV interview (I 
hadn't seen it before) Not a revelatory interview, but what caught my eye 
were all the negative comments...some of it very personal..and it went on 
for pages...I know Henry's stuff can be an acquired taste and he does have 
his flaws (as do we all) but why all the hate?   I dunno..It's kind of 

I hate trollish behaviour.


Doug Holbrook
---- Jeff Duke <jeff_d@embarqmail.com> wrote: 
> Here is the trailer, dangerous for me to watch this stuff...
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBpkcERX1Ug
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Scott Hansen 
>   To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com 
>   Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 10:40 AM
>   Subject: Art of the Stompbox DVD w/ henry kaiser, nels cline
>   couple of days ago i got my "art of the stompbox" dvd w/ henry kaiser, 
>and nels cline.
>   it's a $9.99 dvd the museum of making music is selling w/ the show of 
>the same name (+ shipping costs for me)
>   took me a couple of nites to watch it, but it is really good.
>   they just demo a bunch of different pedals showing the different types 
>of effects that guitarists use (fuzz/distortion, modulation, delay, etc)
>   HK has a crazy amount of pedals!
>   but the great thing is they do a little bit of looping at the end of 
>the delay section.
>   HK uses a boomerang pedal (not sure which version)
>   and Nels C uses his EH 16 digital delay (he also uses a korg kaoss w/ 
>it a lot)-the funny thing is that Nels says he likes to do real abstract 
>loops, not in time stuff
>   which he says the EH16ddl is good at...but the couple of little loop 
>things they do is most cool. and just the demoing of sounds and pedals 
>they do is pretty cool too...
>   thought i'd share....
>   s---