Best Guitar podcasts — Music, product reviews, interviews for guitar lovers (Updated June 2018; image)
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Teaching and Learning the Classical Guitar Online
 
This podcast features free audio guitar lessons that teach music theory for guitar. Listeners learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar songs. This includes a focus on compositional and improvisational techniques used in popular styles of music. The lessons are geared toward intermediate level players on up and can be followed on either an acoustic or electric guitar. Bass players can learn a lot from the instruction too. It is recommen ...
 
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The Guitar Channel
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From Steve Vaï to Pierre Bensusan via Paul Gilbert and Nuno Betencourt, The Guitar Channel will let you discover the many facets of this instrument with interviews and gear soundseeings.
 
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Guitar Radio Show
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Dedicated To All Things Guitar. Artists, Music, Gear.
 
Each week, the Fretboard Journal interviews some of our favorite musicians, instrument builders and historians.
 
If you’re a bassist — you’re in the right place. World renowned bassist and educator Scott Devine in conversation with some of the best and most well respected bass players around the world.
 
Welcome to the Chasing Tone Podcast. Join Blake Wyland and Brian as they talk about guitars, guitar pedals, amps, and other guitar gear, answer questions, and discuss all things guitar related as well as how to get the most out of your gear to get the best guitar tone. While this podcast is paid for by Wampler, we talk about many other brands much more than we do Wampler products. If you suffer from G.A.S. or just simply like to listen to gear podcasts, you'll love Chasing Tone.
 
Guitarist Bret Williams archives the personalities surrounding the instrument, while struggling himself to continue being a musician.
 
The Modern Fingerstyle Guitar Podcast features interviews with artists to discuss playing, techniques, gear, and more.
 
The Start Teaching Guitar podcast is your one-stop resource for learning how to be a successful guitar teacher. Focusing on both the teaching and the business aspects of offering guitar lessons, STG will teach you how to you find more students, keep them with you longer and help them get better results on the guitar. Even if you never considered becoming a guitar teacher before, the Start Teaching Guitar podcast will give you the information you need to get out of the daily 9-to-5 grind and ...
 
Blake Wyland, guitar nut and the main man behind the scenes at ToneMob.com, sits down and chats with various characters in the guitar gear world. We talk good guitar tone, effects, amps, and how people go about creating the sound of their dreams. Guests vary from boutique builders, to the musicians rocking the tools of tone. Loaded with info and buffoonery, if you love guitars, you'll love the show! Happy listening and thanks for checking it out!
 
Your Guitar Podcast Featuring EVERYTHING Guitar!
 
On All About Guitar we talk tone. We talk technique. We talk gear. We talk to artists, educators, manufacturers and more! Where we take a good look at everything guitar, and some things not exactly guitar but just as important to become more successful musicians in today's music scene! Hosted by Jeff "The FLO" Floro, join us as we explore...All About Guitar!Listen Live Mondays at 8:00PM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)
 
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The Fret Files
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Guitar Workshop Podcast
 
Hear the staff of GAK.co.uk talk about guitars, amp and pedals.
 
Sergio Ercole interviews guitarist ranging from classical, jazz and Latin styles.
 
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BGL Guitar Podcast
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Guitars, Music, Gear and more
 
We speak guitar! Interviews with leading guitarists, luthiers and gear manufacturers.
 
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About The Music
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Guitarist Pat Metheny talks about his recorded works, guitars and more on this up close and personal series.
 
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GuitCast
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All the latest guitar related news, gear reviews and interviews with the guitar world's biggest names. The GuitCast: 7/8 talk in 4/4 time!
 
Crimson Guitars is a guitar manufacturer based in Dorset, in the south of England. We have been designing, innovating and hand-building guitars for over fourteen years. We also hand wind our own specially designed pickups, manufacture luthiers tools and provide training.
 
Welcome to our collection of FREE #guitarlessons!! If you ❤️ LOVE GUITAR then you've come to the right place for #guitar tips, chat and ideas. Our #podcast is aimed at every level of guitarist, with some quite advanced ideas. You can listen here on #SoundCloud or via other streaming sites like iTunes or Stitcher. As a podcast you can listen while cooking, cleaning, working, driving, commuting, in the gym or while doing other activities... What a great way to use your time to polish up your g ...
 
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A copy of the live stream in the final concert (apologies for the poor audio quality!)
 
Stephen Bishop - the guy behind pop hits "On and On," "It Might Be You" and "Save It For a Rainy Day" - joins us on this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast to talk guitars (especially the gorgeous instrument that he commissioned from Danny Ferrington), movie making, songwriting and more.
 
5 Mistakes Gigging Guitarists sometimes make: - Mic Placement and/or setting the amp tone too bright - Fitting in the mix. - Scooping the mids. - Not tuning with a tuner or not tuning often enough. - Over Playing instead of playing what fits in the song We all make mistakes. Brian admits to making all of these mistakes at one time or another as ...…
 
Been looking forward to this one for a long time! Kevin Equitz is an epic luthier, stellar human being and a legit national treasure of a human being. Check it out! This episode is sponsored by the almighty, and wonderful Sinasoid!! If you need the absolute smallest soldered patch cable you can get, look no further than the Sliver! Its tiny, an ...…
 
In guitar lesson 35, we address a question and topic given to us on Facebook about how you can increase the speed and fluidity of your playing. Dan first draws out some ideas which can increase the interest in your rhythm playing (including fills and flourishes). We then do some improvising over a jazz fusion track and look at how you can impro ...…
 
Sully Guitars founder Jon "Sully" Sullivan has had quite a journey: from growing up in Chicago, to attempting to be a rock star on the Sunset Strip, to building electric guitars full-time in Little Elm, Texas. Along the way, he raised a kid as a single parent, took on a few day jobs and eventually collaborated with one of his heroes, Grover Jac ...…
 
In this episode, Eric and Melissa talk about how to get different tones without pedals, and then take questions about electric guitar pickups, filling stripped holes, ergonomics in the shop, deglossing sticky necks, and setting up a paint booth. To participate in the show, you can leave a message with your question or comment by calling 757-774 ...…
 
Tara Lynch is Bringing Metal Back! Her new album "Evil Enough" is amazing.
 
In this interview I catch up with one of the bass world’s rising stars - Brad Miller.
 
Shawn Cho is one of the CEO of Vola Guitar. He came all the way from Korea to present the Made in Japan instruments built by Vola Guitar while he was visiting our showroom in Paris. During the last Winter NAMM I had the opportunity to take a look at the full range of guitars at the Vola Guitar booth, that's why I was curious to learn more about ...…
 
Marshall, Dr Z, Friedman…all great amps that can fall outside the ol’ gear budget sometimes, But there are some “budget” amps that could get the job done if set up correctly and paired with the right pedals. Brian and Blake look at the options. Looper pedals. Have you used one? In the right application they can be a powerful tool. The guys shar ...…
 
Joel returns!!!! On this treat of an episode Joel and discuss pushing boundaries, Thermae, strollerblading, Brothers, and much much more. This is a serious treat. You do not want to miss this episode. Trust me. Also, make sure you check out this weeks sponsors Sinasoid and Gun Street Wiring Shop. Great people, making great stuff and directly su ...…
 
In this episode of The Classical Guitar Corner Podcast, Simon interviews Tony Morris, who hosts the radio show Classical Guitar Alive! Simon and Tony talk about CGA! and its global audience as well as Tony's work on the script for the film Mangoré about Agustín Barrios Mangoré. You won't want to miss this great conversation! [...]…
 
On this week’s Fretboard Journal Podcast, we talk to country blues guitarist Todd Albright. He tells us about his early infatuation with the acoustic guitar – from hearing Dave Van Ronk as a teenager to discovering Gamblin Woman Blues’ by Paul Geremia. The Detroit-based musician also tells about being signed to Jack White’s Third Man Records, h ...…
 
The lest episode of the Elnora series, jazz guitarist Jose Emilio Gobbo talks about brazilian pop and advanced jazz study.
 
Charles Janssen is the luthier for Schwung Guitars (www.schwung-guitars.com), he is based in The Hague, Netherlands. We first met via Facebook and then in Berlin at the Holy Grail Guitar Show where he was present as a visitor. Charles came to the showroom in Paris with nothing less than six of his instruments to present his work. As he plays pr ...…
 
It's very convenient running direct in, whether late night recording, practicing at home, or gigging at church or a club. In this special “Tone Tips” episode of Chasing Tone, Brian compares running direct in with pedals into an amp (using a Two Notes Captor) versus running direct in with pedals only. PLEASE NOTE: You never want to run direct in ...…
 
In this episode of The Classical Guitar Corner Podcast, Simon sits down for another Q&A session with CGC Academy member Michael Clunn. Michael recently submitted his Level 1 Certificate Course submission and has been a member for a little more than two years now. He's an active member of the community and is helping to [...]…
 
In this episode, Eric and Melissa take questions about truss rod adjustments, restringing, removing finishes, removing frets, and a discussion about junky pickups. To participate in the show, you can leave a message with your question or comment by calling 757-774-8482. To email the show, visit Eric at EricDaw.com and click the contact link.…
 
On this episode Sean and I deep dive into why he uses wooden enclosures, his plans for the future, why he uses old school wiring techniques, and of course food. Check out his wares at Lollygaggerfx.com. This episode, as always is brought to you by Sinasoid. Makers of the finest cables and best support on the market. Check them out and tell them ...…
 
On today's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we talk to two of the most promising young guitarmakers we know: Meredith Coloma of Coloma Guitars and Isaac Jang of Isaac Jang Guitars. Coloma talks to us about how she's found a unique audience for her guitars thanks to her hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia. She also talks to us about the creation o ...…
 
NAMM, huh, yeah, what is it good for…hold up. Before you go to the next line the answer is more of a “depends”. What is the biggest bang for your company may be a totally different experience for another. Brian and Blake talk about the pros and cons to attending the “big show” And you may have heard the term “influencer” bantered about in the m ...…
 
Michael Sweet joins us to talk about 35 years of Stryper, a new record and world tour, forming one of the great twin guitar teams with co-guitarist Oz Fox, his new Signature Washburn guitars, how he crafted the iconic Stryper guitar tone back in the 80s (and how he does it now), getting banned by Walmart and more. Guitar Speak Podcast Links Sub ...…
 
This week, we talk to visual artist James A. Willis. Why are we talking to an artist on the FJ podcast? Because Willis has plenty of guitar and music-related projects under his belt. He's at least partially based in Nashville, where he’s served as the "Artist in Residence" at Gibson, he's used guitar cases as canvases for his Saints series and ...…
 
I learn about the Spanish Inquisition from Adam Del Monte as he prepares for the first performance of his newly penned Flamenco Opera.
 
Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater - True Blues
 
Webpage: https://tunein-toneup.com/2018/05/22/guitar-lesson-rhythmic-eddie-van-halen/In guitar lesson 34, Dan and I continue our study of rhythmic playing with a focus on the style of Eddie Van Halen. A true monster of the guitar, Van Halen is someone who Dan has studied closely over the years and he is eager to share his knowledge. Dan introdu ...…
 
Facebook. Here we go again you say? Not so much this time as it has encouraged discussions of great albums and their influence. Brian and Blake talk about their picks.. There are the classics. Telecaster, Strats, Les Pauls. But there are other intriguing guitar options out there that have caught Blake’s eye. The guys talk about it. Brian has so ...…
 
Based in LA since 1981, Terry Wollman has forged a career spanning over 35 years as an in demand guitarist, music director, producer and composer. He has worked with an amazing array of artists including Al Jarreau, Michael McDonald, Billy Preston, Wilson Phillips, Joan Baez, Joe Walsh, Keb' Mo and Joe Sample. Terry has released seven full leng ...…
 
On this episode, Andy and I spent approximately 50% of the the time talking about food. Because if one thing is more important than guitar, it is food. Even Totinos. Because yum. This episode is brought to you by Alexander Pedals. Check out the Defender and their other fine wares at Alexanderpedals.com This episode, as always is brought to you ...…
 
At the 2018 Holy Grail Guitar Show, I had the opportunity to do an interview with Andy Manson, a legendary luthier who worked for Led Zeppelin's bassist John Paul Jones. In this in-depth interview I revisit with him his career. I have to say it was an honor and a true pleasure to interview this gentleman of the guitar. www.andymanson.com Andy M ...…
 
For our 200th episode of the Fretboard Journal Podcast, we take the show on the road and broadcast from our recent Fretboard Journal Live event from the Calton Case headquarters in Austin, Texas. You’ll hear our live interview with Steve McCreary (Collings Guitars), music from Redd Volkaert, Paul Glasse and Kym Warner (Greencards) and hear our ...…
 
In this episode, Eric and Melissa take questions about pickups, rosewood, and custom guitars. To participate in the show, you can leave a message with your question or comment by calling 757-774-8482. To email the show, visit Eric at EricDaw.com and click the contact link.
 
Harman has decided to make some big changes with Digitech and DOD. What does it all mean? Brian and Blake discuss it. Facebook can be useful, but it has proven itself lately to be a toxic battleground where people can lash out at others over stupid things. So much so that one of the guys is pretty much fed up with it. You will be surprised whic ...…
 
One of the novelties of the 2018 edition of the Holy Grail Guitar Show was the presentation by the Finnish luthier Juha Ruokangas of a new guitar model, the Emma Maria archtop, named after his wife. Here is an interview to know everything about what led this luthier to develop this new instrument in a category he never worked on before. www.ruo ...…
 
For many of us, John Norum introduced himself through the epic solo on Europe's world wide smash The Final Countdown. That solo - equal parts blazing arpeggios and blues chops - characterised John's style which has graced most of Europe's 25 million album sales. John speaks to us on the eve of Europe's 2018 Australian tour and discusses his ear ...…
 
For most luthiers, building and repairing six string guitars pays the bills. On this week’s podcast, we talk a luthier who has carved out an entire career for himself building just ukuleles, tenor guitars and the occasional mandolin. Portland, Maine’s Joel Eckhaus talks to us about his eclectic Earnest Instruments lineup, the fateful music less ...…
 
The boys form Germany come on to talk about their new project at the Elnora Guitar Festival.
 
In this episode of The Classical Guitar Corner Podcast, Simon interviews . . . well, me! This was a fun conversation, mostly discussing what I do as the Community Manager at CGC, but also touches on some other topics you may find interesting, like the intersection of music and spirituality, and what have been some [...]…
 
In this interview I talk to Moto Fukushima about his breathtaking technique and his stellar trio.
 
Rumor has it that Joe Bonamassa may be interested in purchasing the faltering Gibson company. Could it be more than a rumor? Brian and Blake dive into the subject. People buy and sell gear everyday on eBay or Reverb. And PayPal is a common way to pay for those transactions. Most go smoothly, but a Wampler Tone Group member shares the nightmare ...…
 
Mulit-instrumentalists and music historian Dom Flemons (Carolina Chocolate Drops) joins us to talk about his new record 'Black Cowboys' (Smithsonian Folkways) and a lot more. The record documents the music that black cowboys would have performed in the Old West, alongside some tracks inspired by that chapter of America's histroy. We also talk g ...…
 
Michael Ibrahim is the 'MI' behind MI Audio, the Australian pedal and amp company that has found success all around the world. Michael talks us through the inception of MI, starting with the iconic chrome Tube Zone inspired by the multi-dimensional drive tones of Allan Holdsworth. MI Audio is perhaps best known globally for it's enormously popu ...…
 
Last year in September was the debut edition of the Guitar Summit, a great show dedicated to all things related the six string world. From big brands to small builders, from electric guitar to acoustic, from amps to pedals and accessories, with demo concerts and masterclasses, it was all there and superbly organized. The 2018 Guitar Summit is d ...…
 
In this episode, Eric does some news, takes a call, and then an interview with Scott Freilich about repairing warped necks with a heat press/neck straightening tool. To participate in the show, you can leave a message with your question or comment by calling 757-774-8482. To email the show, visit Eric at EricDaw.com and click the contact link.…
 
You practice at home and dial your tone in and it sounds great. But at practice or at the gig, it sounds totally different in the mix. Can scooping the mids help the situation? Brian and Blake discuss the options. Instagram has become the place to showcase your rig. But has the need to "look good" and get likes taken over the need to "sound goo ...…
 
In this episode of The Classical Guitar Corner Podcast, Simon offers a sneak peek into one of the live sessions at the CGC Academy. This session was a wrap-up of our monthly member challenge, focused on scales. Enjoy this session where we walk through some of the tangible progress students have made through the month [...]…
 
https://tunein-toneup.com/https://tunein-toneup.com/2018/04/29/guitar-lesson-33-rhythm-playing-mechanics-valerie-open-mic-night/Guitar Lesson 33: Rhythm playing mechanics with a focus on the song Valerie for an Open Mic NightIn guitar lesson 33, Dan and I examine some of the obstacles you might come up against, particularly in your rhythm playi ...…
 
Greg and Janet Deering (Deering Banjos) join us on this week’s podcast. Over the course of four decades, this husband-and-wife team has created one of the musical instrument world’s true success stories. Their company has produced over 100,000 instruments and continues to make around 30 banjos a day (all made in the USA). We talk about their ea ...…
 
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