Comment from: ian morgan jenkins [Visitor]
i can play the guitar: sing my own songs; and play the foot pedals along with a drum machine and sound like a full band. I have mastered it all. YEA. I’M THE ONLY ONE THAT CAN DO THIS. SO FAR. i’ve been doing this for years though.
Comment from: john straw [Visitor]
I am interested in playing acoustic guitar with foot pedal bass, and looking for suggestions as to what to buy, etc. Thanks!
Comment from: Learn Play Bass [Visitor]
I am also very much interested in learning bass.
The resource that you have shared it will be very useful for me to learn in detail.
Comment from: Piano instrumental [Visitor]
I am interested in playing the piano with foot pedal and looking for suggestions. Do you have an idea what to buy?
Comment from: Jeff Phillips [Visitor]
Hi, my name is Jeff Phillips and I play piano/organ and bass pedals at the same time. I used the great bassist Ray Brown as my model for playing “time". I only use one octave in my video posts of YOUTUBE. If you type in, “Jeff Phillips keyboard into the youtube browser or PK5, or bass pedals, etc, my link come up. I hope you enjoy them or that it helps you with your path on how to play pedals. It is something I learned to do virtually on my own as a child and I still practice doing it most every day.
Comment from: Paul LaFever [Visitor]
Hi! For many years I supported myself playing a jazzmaster, korg bass pedals and a Boss rythem box while singing. Now I,m doing something unique. I’m using Roland pk5 midi pedals plugged into my psr s910 Yamaha keyboard to play the style files backup while playing my fender jaguar and singing through a vocalist live 4 harmonizer box. I use midi backing tracks on certain songs too. Its a lot to move and set up but the compliments I get are worth it. I have searched the net and I’ve never found anyone doing this. I’d be glad to help anyone who would like to try it!.
Comment from: matt [Visitor]
Jeff Phillips is a beast on the pedals! watch his videos…lots of chromatic stuff and great lines all with just 1 octave pk5…
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