Effect tornado.

I love The Tornadoes, an instrumental beat band from early ’60, I respect some of the studio products bearing the name of Joe Meek, the famous producer of this band, who created soundscapes from outer space never heard before and revolutionized the way people, engineers and producers, started to work in studio. No doubt I adore Telstar, the biggest Tornadoes’ and number one UK and US hit. And I can’t imagine my life without Electro-Harmonix effect pedals which I use for everything from guitar and synths to voice.

Finally, when you can hear Telstar performed on guitar through EHX pedals sounding exactly like the original recorded on Clavioline, prehistoric vacuum tube synthesizer, it is a grateful and extraordinary experience. And seamless source of inspiration for studio chemistry.

This is the original mono recording of The Tornadoes, produced by Joe Meek. All sounds contained in the recording are intended.

And this is the remake on guitar and chain of EHX pedals. Warning: Don’t look at the guitar. It’s really ugly!

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