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    I hope you enjoy my take on Feel Good Inc by Gorillaz using my new loop pedal.


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    Cool! Good job!

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    OOOOOO...MMMMMyyyyyyyyy.....Goooooooodnesss!!!!!!! !!!!

    That was soooooo flippppin' awesome!!!!!!!!! I LOOOOOOVE IT!!!!

    You had me clapping the whole time!!!! Words cannot even come close to capturing the level of fun I had watching this!!! Oh my, oh my, oh my! I have got to get my loop pedal figured out, for sure!

    What kind of mic are you using on your uke? I don't have anything for my uke yet.

    I love how you sing into the soundhole, too, of your uke -- what a GREAT idea!!! I've got to incorporate this technique!

    Thanks so much for sharing this awesomeness with us!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hochapeafarm View Post
    OOOOOO...MMMMMyyyyyyyyy.....Goooooooodnesss!!!!!!! !!!!

    That was soooooo flippppin' awesome!!!!!!!!! I LOOOOOOVE IT!!!!

    You had me clapping the whole time!!!! Words cannot even come close to capturing the level of fun I had watching this!!! Oh my, oh my, oh my! I have got to get my loop pedal figured out, for sure!

    What kind of mic are you using on your uke? I don't have anything for my uke yet.

    I love how you sing into the soundhole, too, of your uke -- what a GREAT idea!!! I've got to incorporate this technique!

    Thanks so much for sharing this awesomeness with us!!!

    Thank you so much!

    I have a uke with a piezo pickup, so it picks up the knocks on the body and the muted strums of strings (as well as me singing in to the soundhole). From theres its just plugged in to my loop pedal, then to my guitar amplifier.

    I recommend spending some time with your loop pedal! Multitrack videos used to take me about an hour or two to make, this video took 3 and a half minutes! Plus, I can do it live at open mics and gigs. Well worth the time investment! Thanks again for your kind feedback!

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    What pedal?
    UK Club The Ukes of Allonby - Allonby, Cumbria

    U30G/BK Mahalo Soprano Acoustic in Black with Aquila Strings
    VUC90EA Vintage Laka Concert Electro/Acoustic with Aquila Strings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deaks View Post
    What pedal?
    TC Electronics Ditto.

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