The World's Largest Guitar Pedalboard (world record)
- Published: 30 August 2019
- Building the world's most epic guitar rig.
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More about the World's Largest Guitar Pedalboard here:
What Does the World's Largest Pedalboard Sound Like?: stms.pro/video/4utVtjEG-tI/video.html
2nd channel extras:
Full 26-minutes of testing every pedal: stms.pro/video/aiUuGcjb39o/video.html
Timelapse of the entire building process: stms.pro/video/fgzJlZJWUYA/video.html
Thanks to all the manufacturers who were onsite to help us build the board:
Josh Scott of JHS Pedals: jhspedals.com/
Robert Keeley of Keeley Electronics: robertkeeley.com/
Brian Wampler of Wampler Pedals: wamplerpedals.com/
Ryan Dyck and Cas Bitner from Temple Audio Design: templeaudio.com/
And thanks to all the Sweetwater staff who helped, especially:
And thanks to Alex Lifeson for stopping by!
Audio by Rob Ruccia of Uptown Recording: uptownrecording.com/
Camera operated by Jeff Linville: stms.pro/user/Westgateil
Video edit by Jake Jarvi: youtube.com/pineappleboyfilms/
This video was made possible because of Patreon support from Rob Harper, Hypergnome, Nicolette Kawata, Fabio, Quintin Waldner, Donato Sinicco III, Erik Ritter, Isaac Briefer, Otto Cate, Jim Nobody, Ben Swan, Codex, Significant Dosh, Emi Carmichael, Bryce Taylor, John, rd1994, David Cundiff, Garri, Marcus Toyon, Music Hits Face, Sheldon Bird, & many other awesome people on my Patreon page: patreon.com/RobScallon
Big videos go on this channel. Everything and anything else is on the 2nd: stms.pro/user/RobScallon2
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