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Premier Guitar’s world-famous Rig Rundowns take you backstage to explore the live gear used by your favorite guitar and bass players. Whether you’re into shred, country, indie, or classic rock, Rig Rundowns give you the lowdown on the instruments, pedals, and amps powering the biggest acts on the road today—and often we even coax them into demoing their favorite settings. Listen now and pick up new tricks for how to set up your rig!
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Monkey Grip is a band from Long Island featuring Scott Kuchler on guitar and vocals, Steve Cafarelli on drums and vocals, Frank Mascaro on bass, and has at times featured Jim Falacara, Mark Atlschuler, Evan Gold, James Ramos, Billy Langon, and David Rosenblum among others.
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Host Paul Trenwith is a founder member of the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, playing banjo and occasionally singing harmony parts. From the mid-70's to the mid-90's, Paul and his fiddle-playing wife Colleen played as mostly gospel music, bluegrass-style, with a group of friends, and often featuring songs that Paul had written. He has become something of a musical 'jack-of-all-trades', playing banjo, dobro, pedal steel and rhythm guitar. He also plays double bass in the Hamilton-based Irish ...
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Dunlop Presents Bass Freq's

Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc

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The Bass Freqs Podcast brings you the unique perspectives and insights of bass players—the backbone of every band. Hosted by lifelong recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), each episode features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. Get the direct lowdown on how they got their start, how they approach their role as the driving force of a song, what gear they use, and what it takes to perform at the highest ...
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Interview's with the people making and distributing the coolest guitar related gear today, as well as commentary and reports on the state of the industry and other stuff that guitar and bass fanatics might find interesting.
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Wong Notes

Premier Guitar

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Hi, my name is Cory Wong. This is my podcast. I'm going to talk to your favorite artists as they discuss their personal tricks of the trade, never-before-heard stories, and the proper response when Sinatra wants to peep your master tapes.
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“Bass Case” is a podcast series designed for electric and double bassists. Phil gives instruction on topics as varied as items you should pack in your bass case to playing blues bass lines. phil@basscase.co
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Daves I Know Podcast

Don't Be A Dick Productions

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Two Daves (Woodard and Cox) from Dallas, Texas, talking about old man punk rock stories, tattoos, travel, and they even talk about politics without being dicks to each other. Dave Woodard - old punk, tattoo shop owner, world traveler, and front man for legendary punk bands such as; Hellions, Billyclub, Pornlab, Protest, Speedealer, and more. Dave Cox - old punk, engineer, world traveler, podcast producer, and bass/guitar/trumpet player for not-so-legendary (punk, rockabilly, Texas country, a ...
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The SBL Podcast

Scott's Bass Lessons

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If you’re a bassist — you’re in the right place. Join Scott Devine and Ian Allison from SBL as they dissect every aspect to being a bass player - professional or hobbyist - from basses and gear hacks, to musicianship and gig tips, all the way to mental health and what the future might hold for the music industry.
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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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Contrabass Conversations, produced by Double Bass HQ, features interviews and performances from leaders in the world of the double bass. Host Jason Heath dives deep into what makes these world-class artists tick. With over 3 million downloads, Contrabass Conversations is the most popular podcast for double bassists. Join the community and experience life on the low end of the spectrum!
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Welcome to Striking A Chord, a podcast presented by Ernie Ball — the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality electric guitar and bass strings. Tune in as host Evan Ball interviews some of music’s most influential artists and trailblazers about their stories, their reflections on musical trends, their advice for aspiring musicians, and more.
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Welcome to the Chasing Tone Podcast! Join Brian Wampler, Blake Wyland, Richard Oliver, and other guests 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. There will be a healthy dose of off-topic nonsense as well as a look at all things happening in the world of guitar, music, our work at Wampler Pedals, and the music industry in general. ...
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To The Regiment is a look back and celebration of one of the best British Sitcoms - Early Doors. Follow Phil 'Duffy' Mealey, star, writer, and creator of Early Door discuss all episodes with Ben Steel of the Anyone Can Play Guitar Podcast. And watch out, we will be having special guest interviews from time to time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Music Mind Podcast explores the creative minds of people who have made their living by exploring the power of their passion and living their dreams by putting that passion into every day practice.The Podcast features conversations with some of the world's greatest musicians, many of whom will be unknown to the general population. Episode One is a three part conversation with a 50 year professional career veteran of the Australian Music Industry. We chat with Mike Hayes about his earliest ...
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The podcast for anyone and everyone who plays bluegrass. Free fiddle tune backing tracks and interviews with people from the world of bluegrass. For every tune we give you four brand new tracks: - Backup 4 times through (you play the tune or improvise breaks)- Tune 4 times through (you play backup)- ‘Jam Along’ (4 complete run throughs, alternating backup and tune)- Full performanceThey work with any instrument - guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, bass, banjo…even if you’re a bluegrass cellist ...
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THE BASS SHED PODCAST is a collection of in-depth interviews with Double Bassists & Electric Bassists from all over the world. Hosted by Los Angeles freelance Bassist Ryan Roberts, each interview examines artistry, career, culture in a personal ad relaxed style. Rated in the top 10% of ALL podcasts in the world, and listened to in more than 80 countries, The Bass Shed Podcast is a valuable resource for every bassist of any genre.
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No more holding back! Hosts Erik Ulven and Dyer Davis tell you how they really feel about guitar models, gear, companies, the industry and all things guitar! Tune in to find out how wrong you are about guitars (and how wrong they are, too)!
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A six piece band from Jarrow, Tyne and Wear. England. We write original songs and record them in the Marshack Shed. Members Dave Mole - Vocals occ. Guitar Paula Atkinson- B. Vocals (not featured) Michael McNally - Keys and B. Vocals (not featured) William Purvis -Bass Colin Harding - Guitar Rhythm and Lead Anth Marshall - Drums
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Wood. Metal. Circuitry. Speakers. The base components of the equipment that translates the melodies in your head and hands to the audience. From checking out the latest innovative designs to finding out the backstory behind legends and classics, join hosts Paul Berezetzky and Eric Lucero as they explore the ever-growing world of guitar and bass gear. They will review gear on-air and interview artists about the sounds that inspired them in the first place and how they created their signature ...
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From The Music Store

Jeremy Waterview, Jason Waterview

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A unique look at the music industry and the interesting people who are creating out front AND behind the scenes. Hosted by two guys from Waterview Music a New Jersey guitar store who have been around some. Find new episodes on terrestrial radio at 91.9 WBNJ on Sundays at 6pm.
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Legendary guitar builder Dean Zelinsky gives his behind-the-scenes commentary on his decades-long career in guitar building and his personal impact on rock and roll and some of music's most iconic moments.
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Savanting The Idiot

Soundsational Sence

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Savanting the Idiot! A Podcast hosted by Soundsational Sence & Death Metal Douglas - former rhythm section of South Florida hard rock band Radar 'O Reilly. The group contained SNS on drums, backing vocals & DMD on bass, backing and occasional lead vocals. The band also featured "Righteous" Richard Kennedy on guitar and lead vocals. These two go through the realities of playing original music in South Florida, musical influences, favorite tunes, who gets songwriting credit, goof on old band-m ...
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Rick N Backers. Is a Cumbria Band. This is a collection of our songs. Some pop soul rock and a smattering of Rock N Role. All linked together to the company of my voice. The Band. Rick Freel lead guitar vocal Dave Watson lead vocal. Guitarist. Sax. Dave Lacky rhythm guitar lead and acoustic guitar Sandra Wells Bass guitar. Richo Richardson drums precision vocal Recorded at beach street studios . Pod cast created at home out in the garden in the Sun. Cover art photo provided by Nahil Naseer o ...
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The Tone Control

The Tone Control

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The Tone Control is a sometimes side-eyed look at the guitar world and making music! We talk about everything good, bad, smart, stupid, and weird about guitar gear and bring it to you every other Monday. You can join our Discord to talk with us and other gear heads at https://discord.gg/H2xTfm6
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Inside MusiCast

Rick Such and Eddy Cabello

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Inside MusiCast provides in-depth interviews with amazing musicians, producers, session players, and front-line artists. We dedicate our podcast to those who go “beyond the liner notes”. Now, you’re inside the music scene.
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It has been more than ten years since the first zand o matic bass guitar podcast, let's try something again but with a few extra comments! Once again the same crappy sound, only and only bass for my part, the same unfinished and unedited grooves as I recorded them on my looper(s), using my old basses, my plethora of effects, and just use some rythm sections I can find here or there. There may be some surprises regarding this podcast in the near future. Yeehaaa! Just another abstract way to l ...
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Denny Carleton has been a long lasting figure in the Cleveland music scene, having played with notable '60s bands such as The Choir and the Lost Souls and has continued on writing, performing and recording through all of his musical genres changes , including punk ,Gospel ,blues ,jazz folk ,experimental, Avant Garde , and theatrical pieces As a gifted guitarist, he is also a singer and prolific songwriter whose blend of original material utilizing Folk, Rock and Acoustic influences has been ...
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One man - one own way. I compose the music that blows me up and grooved me off. I hope that there is some people, that would like it as much as I. Bass guitar is the main instrument in my life, so I love groovy patterns, I love rhytm and it is the first thing that inspires&improves me. Musician since 2004. I play bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards. Composing my own tracks since 2009. I really love Drum & Bass, 70s funk and jazz. Actually, all of that mixed up in my works, which I descri ...
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Face Your Ears

Face Your Ears Podcast

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'Face Your Ears' is an ongoing podcast for musicians who want to bring their creative ideas to life regardless of age, experience or know-how. Join Rich Bozic and Justin Hochella as they "talk shop" with regards to the ins and outs of music creation. The conversations are approachable, fun and informative! Topics range from the technical to the practical, peppering in the anecdotal, philosophical and beyond. Be part of the conversation by listening to the Podcast, sharing with friends and co ...
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Mario Di Meo was born in Benevento, September 15, 1981, and since childhood he showed a keen interest in all music, starting to play various musical instruments such as keyboard, guitar, bass and drums. During the period of 'adolescence begins to perform on various stages with various bands Sunni Blues and Soul music. In constant search for new sounds, it begins to take the art of mixing after knowing dj already established in the Sannio and begins to follow them in various private parties a ...
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Jerm rants , raves and reviews life, music and products . A taste of what makes Jerm's top list of products as well favorite bands and much more . Jerm is co host of Union and Metro podcast ,owner /artist for Red Rum skates , artist , musician , husband and dad .
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The Music Interval Theory Podcast

The Music Interval Theory Podcast

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Many composers struggle to write original and fresh music and get frustrated. At the Music Interval Theory Academy (MITA), we teach a transparent and proven methodology that will help you define your unique musical voice and raise above the generic sound of everybody else. Don't be tricked into believing that most of the composers you admire are (or were) born geniuses. We know that the vast majority of great composers are trained. We know you are the kind of composer who wants to be a power ...
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When it comes to providing high-quality entertainment through infectious crowd bumping sound and chilling tracks that evoke that euphoric “feel good” feeling, DJs Steven Lawrence & Stuart Celauro could not be more in tune with this ideology and have practically made it their mantra. Growing up in polar opposite cities, both found themselves surrounded and infected by music at a young age. In Chicago, IL, one of the most influential birth places of EDM, Steven developed his passion for music ...
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ROCK PHOENIX LIVE

Rock Phoenix LIve

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Rock has a new home on this show! Each show is packed with heavy guitars that will tear the paint right off, bass that will tear down walls and vocals the break the windows and give you goose bumps. We also talk about whats going on in the world and in the world of ROCK! We also give artist bio's and checkout some of their latest work. Keep you informed on the who's who of rock music! So keep listening because you never know what your going to hear, who knows you might just find your next fa ...
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I have always been a huge STYX fan. Their music kept me awake during countless nights studying and gave my imagination a place to escape when I had a moment to take a break. I had the immense opportunity to chat with STYX bassist Ricky Phillips for our August Cover in 2017 and follow his projects as time passed. Now, I am thrilled to have the oppor…
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Hello and Welcome to, To The Regiment: The Early Doors Podcast with Phil Mealey. This week we very excited to welcome another guest to The virtual Grapes. We are very excited to welcome the delightful and lovely Susan 'Tanya' Cookson to our show. The love interest of our favourite show. Phil, Ben, and Susan talk about Susan landing the role, being …
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Here's a funny story with a learning that I want to share with you. Hopefully, it will prevent you from stepping into a similar trap like I did ... You don't want to miss the free Composer's Toolkit from the Music Interval Theory Academy: https://musicintervaltheory.academy/toolkit/ Who runs this podcast? We are TC and Frank, both professional comp…
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Navigating life's turbulent waters often requires us to pause and reassess the sails of our mental well-being. That's precisely the voyage we undertake in this episode, where the aftermath of a podcast departure and other life circumstances sets the stage for a deep dive into the essence of personal growth. We open up about our struggles with menta…
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Matt Rybicki has performed with renowned artists like Wynton Marsalis and played at esteemed venues from The Village Vanguard to international concert halls. He balances an active performance schedule with his roles as a faculty member at The Juilliard School and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Matt recently started a YouTube Channel …
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Full Rig Details: https://www.premierguitar.com/videos/rig-rundown/adrian-vandenberg Subscribe to PG's Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribePGYouTube Adrian Vandenberg is a Dutch rock guitarist, best known for his tenure as one of the guitarists in Whitesnake during their successful late 1980s period, and also with the band Vandenberg, which he started …
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This week we feature mandolin player David Benedict. David is known for his work with the band Mile 12 and is currently recording and performing with his wife Tabitha in The Foreign Landers. He is also known in the mandolin world for his long running weekly YouTube series Mandolin Mondays.By Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine
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Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for Episode 508 of the Chasing Tone Podcast It's podcast day, and Brian has avoided being sucked into a funnel cloud, so we start the episode of with an extra dose of frivolity and nonsensical mutterings. There is camping talk and weather talk and Richard campaigns for moderate weather conditions. Wampler Pedals m…
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On our 299th episode of Inside MusiCast, we welcome a prominent member of The Immediate Family, Steve Postell. Steve grew-up in New York City and studied classical guitar, which afforded him the opportunity to take on a variety of musical experiences from performing on Broadway, to writing jingles for advertising, scores for film and documentaries,…
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My guest this week is Matt Glaser, Artistic Director of Berklee's Center for American Roots Music. Matt joins me to celebrate 15 years of the program, but also to delve into some of the themes of his superb Keynote Speech at IBMA 2023. In the speech, Matt sets out the idea that American music can be seen as one thing, rather than simply a series of…
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U2 has officially finished their residency in Las Vegas – the history-making shows saw over 700,000 fans descend on Sin City, from September 2023 through March 2024. In today’s episode, fresh from a weekend trip to Las Vegas, we take a trip inside The Sphere to uncover how Adam Clayton and U2 redefined live music at the city’s new high-tech venue. …
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Welcome to this week’s Bluegrass Briefing, a weekly series of episodes taking a look at what’s going on in the world of bluegrass. Here are the links to stuff mentioned in this episode. News and announcements - Church Street News Fretboard Summit Rhiannon Giddens on collaborating with Beyoncé on 'Cowboy Carter' Releases (The Grass is New) The Grass…
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Yesterday, (that was April 5, 2024) we had a fantastic Scoring Workshop in which we explained all the interval theory techniques to compose unique underscore music in the genre of tension/suspense. Here's a quick recap of that session. You don't want to miss the free Composer's Toolkit from the Music Interval Theory Academy: https://musicintervalth…
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Kathryn is a member of several contemporary music ensembles including the renowned Australian ELISION Ensemble, Fonema Consort (NYC), and the Echoi Ensemble (LA). She has performed as a guest artist with various adventurous international ensembles such as Klangforum Wien, Ensemble MusikFabrik, Delirium Musicum, Ensemble Dal Niente, and Ensemble Ver…
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Dominik Wagner is one of the world’s leading double bassists and has built a remarkable career as a soloist and educator. He has begun hosting long-form interviews on his YouTube Channel with bassists such as Christoph Wimmer and Jeff Bradetich. We cover Dominik’s latest projects, the inspiration for these long-form interviews, working through foca…
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Full Crosses' Rig Info: https://www.premierguitar.com/videos/rig-rundown/crosses Subscribe to PG's Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribePGYouTube What if Deftones’ lead singer Chino Moreno fully leaned into his love for the Cure and Depeche Mode—think “Digital Bath,” “Teenager,” “Anniversary of an Uninteresting Event,” and “Cherry Waves?” The short answ…
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Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for episode 507 of the Chasing Tone Podcast Brian opens up in his own inimitable yet peanut buttery smooth manner and a certain guitarist makes a telephone call to the studio as we open up with some low brow shenanigans and hot takes. Richard has been bowled over by a famous guitarist and gushes lovingly about the…
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Marcus King has already been through the wringer, but he’s on the come-up. His hotly anticipated third LP, Mood Swings, drops this Friday, April 5, and on this episode of Wong Notes, the earnest, honest 28-year old South Carolinian goes deep on his career with Cory Wong. The two shredders open by swapping notes on how touring has changed post-pande…
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This week we're jamming along to Temperance Reel and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the you play lead track where I play backup so you can work on the tune. It's four times through in the key of G at 75 bpm. Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're done. If you want a chord chart (or just want…
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This week we're jamming along to Temperance Reel and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the you play rhythm track where I play the melody so you can work on backup. It's four times through in the key of G at 75 bpm. Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're done. If you want a chord chart (or just …
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This week we're jamming along to Temperance Reel and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the jam along track where I play backup, followed by the melody then we keep swapping. It's four times through in the key of G at 75 bpm. Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're done. If you want a chord chart…
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This week we're jamming along to the classic tune Temperance Reel. This is a performance track, rather than a backing track. It's me playing both tune and backup so you've got a reference to listen to if you're new to the tune, or just want to be able to listen a few times to the whole thing. Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when …
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Matt Hare is well known as a performer and educator. He is on faculty at the University of California at Irvine, Concordia University, and Saddleback College. Dr. Hare also teaches several sections of Music Appreciation and History of Rock online and in the classroom at Saddleback College. He is a string coach at Irvine, Laguna Hills, Trabuco Hills…
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262 - Guitar For The Table 0:05:03 Travel Guitars 0:31:18 Load boxes 0:43:07 The crazy load box + amp? 0:53:14 Optical pickup https://hackaday.com/2024/03/04/optical-guitar-pickup-works-with-nylon-strings/ 0:58:35 TOTW Derek’s Enamel Pin for goodness sake James Channel making a NES cartridge that plays NES cartridges (even itself) https://youtu.be/…
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Welcome to this week’s Bluegrass Briefing, a weekly series of episodes taking a look at what’s going on in the world of bluegrass. Here are the links to stuff mentioned in this episode. News and announcements - church street news IBMA ticket info Releases (The Grass is New) The Grass is (mostly) New 2024 playlist Scroll on Buddy Bob Minner - Sulphu…
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Hello and welcome to To The Regiment: The Early Doors Podcast with Phil Mealey. In this episode we are jumping back into talking about series one and this time episode three. This episode is the first time we don't start with people (Tommy) getting there for opening, Liam gets busted, Eddie and Tommy sneak a peak, and the coppers, well they need to…
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The year is 2006 and John Mayer has just recorded a landmark album that will put his new trio on the map. Drummer/producer Steve Jordan had the great idea of bringing Willie Weeks AND Pino Palladino in to play bass on one track, with Pino adding his own accompaniment to Week’s muted 8th note figure. When Sean Hurley landed the bass gig with John Ma…
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Rock is alive and well and Todd Kerns is proof of that statement. He is a very busy bass player taking the stage with many bands including Slash, featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, Toque, Black Bird Angles and many more. Join us as we hear about Todd’s journey and influences, his gear and his plans for the future. This interview with Tod…
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So many things lead me to God. Looking back, God saved me from so many bad decisions I made. But also let me do what I wanted to do. I use to pretend with my friends at a young age that we were DJ's and I always wanted to do that. Thanks to Gods plan and modern tech I am a DJ for Rock Phoenix Live!!!! Ask and ye shall receive, God is good all the t…
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Bassists Ari Folman-Cohen, Michael Isvara Montgomery, Ran Livneh, and Scott Colberg make up the Adnata Ensemble, which has just released their debut album Oku. We dig into the story behind this bass quartet, coming together in the park in 2020, how these collaborations led to this album, and much more. Check out Oku here, and be sure to give this q…
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Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for episode 506 of the Chasing Tone Podcast! There is an unharmonious introduction to this episode and Richard finds the weirdest thing to be envious of and Brian admits to ramping up his plugging. Richard was surprised to learn that one of his favorite bands didn't make it big in the US during the lifespan of the…
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My guest this week is Lindsay Lou, who joins me to talk about her wonderful record Queen of Time. We talk about the arc of Lindsay's creative journey, from her previous record Southland to this record, and beyond. We also chat about why it's important to know where you came from, both personally and musically, and why that led to Lindsay using inte…
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