Thanks to Jack Conte for his ‘videosong’ featuring the new pedalboard-friendly Deluxe Memory Man. Be sure to catch the knob fiddling (when I watch, it feels like those are MY hands!). Also catch the singing toward the end, “history repeats itself” — a crafty reference to both the introduction of the new Deluxe Memory Man, as well as to the general function of a delay pedal. (In fact, I suggest you give this song more than one listen.)

btw, Jack’s videosong rules are: 1. What you see is what you hear (no lip-syncing for instruments or voice), and 2. If you hear it, at some point you see it (no hidden sounds). To watch the video in large-format HD quality, click here (but you might need to pause and let it buffer).

I’m also happy to have this opportunity to help launch Jack’s brand-new music store,

After we released Jack’s Voice Box videos (with partner Nataly Dawn) — the beatboxing vocoder and “In Harmony” — several people asked where they could purchase copies. Now those tracks, as well as the new Deluxe Memory Man videosong and amazing songs like “This Disaster” and “Kitchen Fork” are all available in Jack’s music store. You’ll get high fidelity mp3 files (192kbit/s, DRM-free), and everything goes directly to supporing a genuinely terrific musician.

But now, I must reveal the surprising secret of Jack’s success:

This pedal was conceived of and designed by EHX from globally sourced components. Every EHX pedal goes through a stringent testing process by musicians and technicians in NYC before packing.