There was time, after Rob Chapman started to become less involved in Andertons videos, that i thought, i can settle in now... But recently i found myself hovering over the unsubscribe button and today ive decided to pound the thing And heres why And maybe im not alone But theres only so many times you can watch someone such as Danish Pete get free gear from manufacturers, purple or otherwise. It was funny perhaps the first 2 times people sent him purple gear. But then it got slowly tiresome and left at leats me feeling played as manufacturers learned a quick backdoor to product placement and started to treat viewers like chumps.....and it started to feel like Andertons did as well What further grinds my gears, is that n a year when people have struggled and hundreds of thousands have died, there seems to be no sensitivity of people like Pete, and to be fair other Guitar based Youtubers fitting out their music rooms with vendor gear, while the rest of us struggle just to get by in the worst year in living memory. Surely some sensitivity to this should be warranted and displayed by those folks. Andertons grew to be the most successful of its type of Youtube channels because of levity and fun. But this year its become arguably commercial above all else as we all know music gear has been flying off the shelves. Its sad to say , but its become almost a pastiche of itself. Today i press unsubscribe....if i want to buy gear, i will hunt down the manufacturers own media from now on, and perhaps watch a wider variety of reviewers who have probably gone unnoticed and are more deserving of my time and subscription How many purple guitars, amps and pedals will it take to offend you or make you feel played?