As a player who likes to try a lot of different equipment but who can’t often try before I buy, I rely heavily on online resources to know whether something is worth a shot or not. That means a lot of TB and a lot of YouTube. I love these videos and I rely on them for so much. And I empathize with the good people who make these videos. I really do. I make instructional videos often at work. I know how hard it is to make them good. With that said, I think they deserve a good roasting. So let’s take a minute to laugh at all the terrible things we often see and hear in demonstration videos. I’ll go first. Yes, I do know how an EQ works! Ok, the mids are always pretty interesting, especially if there’s a variable frequency to it. But I really don’t need to watch someone methodically and carefully show me each and every one of the 18 decibels of bass boost and then dutifully show me each and every one of the 18 decibels of bass cut. I know what the bass knob does. Unless there’s something interesting to see, let’s move on! What else makes you nuts about YouTube demo videos?