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ATwoSlotToaster
Nov 6, 2004

You're toast!

I'm a drummer and a bit out of place but I think I'm on to something sweet. I have been playing didgeridoo for a bit now and have mounted it to my drum kit. I am planning on now buying two effects pedals to go with it! I am going to go from the didge into an echo effect (so that if I gently caress up circular breathing it doesn't kill the sound) and from there I plan to go to a wah pedal on my left foot so I can still play everything and wah at the same time and that way it wahs the echo as well.

Anyone have suggestions for me? I'm brand new to pedals and know that they are unorthodox for a didgeridoo but I'm all about that. Should I try other pedals out? or do you have some advise for me perhaps? I appreciate it!

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