#2
I saw a video from her about the effect pedal she used. All she said was that it was from Taiwan and it cost $150. I know that that isn't very helpful, but it's all I know.
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#4
She uses an Akai Headrush E2 , which is a digital/tape delay with a 35 sec looper - costs about £110 in the UK.
#5
Yup, she mentioned on some interview that she uses that looper.
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#7
^ Are you kidding? Everything she's doing at the start is looping over and over.

If you are kidding... then I just made myself look stupid
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#8
like what? I have no idea. I'm not what you would call a KT Tunstall fan.
I know what song it is. I've heard it on the radio a few times.
#9
gotta watch the vid Gutch, it's just her on the stage, no backing band.
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#10
Yeh, have you watched the video?

First she taps the guitar, loops that.
Then she mutes the strings and strums, loops that.
Then she sings "woo hoo", loops that.
Then she harmonises that vocal, loops that.
Then she shakes a tambourine, loops that.
Etc. Etc.

You get the picture. I don't particuarly like her or the song much, but I thought the video was quite interesting to watch.
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#11
I like that version a lot better than how it was released with a band backing her. She was great on Jools Holland.
#13
^ Yeh, that's the only thing I'd fault really. The woohoo's get a bit much when they're going on all the time.
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#14
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Yeh, have you watched the video?

First she taps the guitar, loops that.
Then she mutes the strings and strums, loops that.
Then she sings "woo hoo", loops that.
Then she harmonises that vocal, loops that.
Then she shakes a tambourine, loops that.
Etc. Etc.

You get the picture. I don't particuarly like her or the song much, but I thought the video was quite interesting to watch.


Yeah, what is interesting (unique ?) about the Akai Headrush is that you can overdub your initial loop (it is only a single loop machine) as many times as you like, and then with the push of a button return to your original loop - great for a live situation where you can build up during he song and then fade out on the original loop.