Tony Pasko writes music for hit TV shows on A&E, Discovery, Spike TV, & The Weather Channel. His music is featured on A&E’s No.1 rated TV show “Duck Dynasty” and Discovery Channel’s “Porter Ridge”!
Tony uses Analog Alien pedals to record many of the guitar parts for these hit shows. Here’s Tony’s latest video featuring the Analog Alien Rumble Seat. The Rumble Seat was designed with rockabilly players in mind, but as Tony demonstrates the sonic textures of the Rumble Seat go way beyond rockabilly!
Another one of Tony’s main go to pedals is the Alien Twister. Tony has been using the Alien Twister to record several of his guitar parts for the TV Show “Porter Ridge”. Tune in to “Porter Ridge”, from the producers of Duck Dynasty, on Tuesdays 10:30/ 9:30c on Discovery to hear some of the magic Tony creates with the Alien Twister, the Rumble Seat and the FuzzBubble-45!
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Tim LefebvreBassist for - The Tedeschi Trunks Band, David Bowie
Fabulous! There’s a reason why guitarists try to emulate the sounds of the legends, and that’s particularly true of men like Hendrix and Townshend… the tones are memorable and captivating. The FuzzBubble-45 has done the best at re-creating these sounds and with incredible flexibility to help you dial into your own signature ‘Hendrix’ or ‘Townshend’ tone.
The Analog Alien Rumble Seat is one of the best sounding and versatile pedals I’ve ever played through. I’ve used the RumbleSeat this year on several tracks for the ABC hit Television show, “Nashville.” I’ve also used it in numerous live performances and I’m simply loving this pedal! This company has such a fantastic aesthetic and I just can’t wait to try the rest of their pedals.
Colin LindenGuitarist for the TV Show "Nashville" & "Blackie and the Rodeo Kings"
I used to own a bunch of fuzz pedals until I played the Fuzzbubble 45! Now I only own a couple from Analog Alien. These guys know what a pedal should do and they understand that there is a performance aspect to the gear that it has to feel organic and let the personality of the guitar come through which is not an easy thing to achieve.