Many pedal companies try to capture the magic of that hot rodded british amp sound. It's not that easy to do it though. You have to get the sound right and then there's the dynamic range, the tightness, the harmonics, etc. The Panama certainly nails all of that and has a very useful feature on top: the Damping knob. Learn more about that in the video. Enjoy!
The pedal in this video was sponsored by Carl Martin.
00:00 Intro playing | Tele
01:03 Playing | Strat | Guitar volume 10
01:26 Playing | Strat | Guitar volume 6
02:17 Playing | Les Paul
02:44 About the Panama
02:57 Bypass sound
03:17 Playing | HB Fusion-II
04:14 Gain at min | Gain at max
04:55 The knobs
05:10 Playing | showing the tone knob
05:45 What does the Damping knob do?
06:18 Playing | showing the Damping knob
07:10 Playing | Tele | low gain sparkly sounds
08:12 does it only do the "Eddy sound"?
08:44 Playing | heavy stuff with drop tuning
09:23 Playing | HB Fusion-II | coil split funk
09:47 Playing | Tele | Delay hold jam
10:51 Outro playing | Tele