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Best Tom Quayle podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Tom Quayle podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Grok Radio is dedicated to bringing you THE TRUTH of the Gospel in a down to earth fashion!Worship,Devotions and Christian Music that DOESN'T SUCK!! The Grok Show is a proud supporter of indie and unsigned Christian artists! GROK -To understand profoundly through intuition or empathy
 
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Armed with his lap steel guitar, Coodercaster and bottleneck slide, Martin Harley has carved out a distinct tone inspired by the stirring sounds of delta blues and Americana. His last two albums were recorded in Nashville, the spiritual home of American folk and country music. Alongside his own solo material, Martin has performed with the likes of …
 
Modelling! Beebs steps boldly into 2012 getting an Axe FX II - just as Fractal finally starts to ship the FM3! 😹 Also this week Tom Quayle, David Beebee and Dan Smith dig into picking technique, phrasing, string gauges and their effects on intonation. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get so…
 
They boys briefly discuss technique, posture and health problems before pivoting into a difficult discussion on the unique problems of guitar education, and what it takes to be an effective guitar teacher. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! Thanks for li…
 
Yvette Young is one of guitar music’s rising stars. Making music both as a solo artist and with math-rock trio Covet, her unique style combines two-hand tapping with open tunings and chiming clean tones, influenced by her background as a classically-trained pianist and violinist. Yvette sat down with the Captain in the Andertons studio to talk abou…
 
Tom, Beebs & Jake are in Santa Monica after NAMM 2020. In this beer and nahcho fueled episode the guys recount the Steve Vai PIA guitar press and the mind blowing accompanying gig! They also report back with hands-on experience with the upcoming Neural DSP Quad Cortex and tour the Ibanez LA Custom Shop. Back to the hardcore harmony and fretboard no…
 
One of Canada’s finest guitar exports, Ariel Posen combines gutsy slide playing with a masterful knowledge of harmony – the result is a uniquely expressive form of blues, with a healthy injection of jazz, country and straight-up rock ‘n’ roll. He’s also a regular on Andertons TV! Ariel sat down with the Captain in the Andertons studio to talk about…
 
Hi guys, apologies for the mini-break these last couple of weeks. Circumstances beyond our control meant a bit of a gap, but we're back and catching up! This week Quayle & Beebee are in the car, airport bound chewing over the upcoming big gear announcements. In part 2 over on the Patreon feed, they discuss harmonic minor and melodic minor over a mi…
 
Brazilian guitar virtuoso Lari Basilio is a true musical genius. Combining skilful, melodic and tasteful playing, Lari has developed a unique instrumental style that has garnered appreciation and admiration from across the music world. Lari stopped by the Andertons HQ to showcase her sensational playing, while also discussing her childhood in São P…
 
This week Beebs, Tom and Dan chat with Jake about his debut album, ‘A Piece Of The Action’. They play clips from the record and get behind the music, digging deep into Jake’s compositional process. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! Thanks for listening …
 
Happy New Year Everyone! We kick off 2020 with the most epic guitar podcast colab ever, a 10-WAY guitar themed quiz of the year featuring: Andy Wood, Dan Smith, Dave Brons, David Beebee, Jake Willson, Jens Larsen, Levi Clay, Martin Miller, Phil Short & Tom Quayle. It's total chaos and laugh out loud fun 😂 Play-along by looking at the artwork in you…
 
The LA Daily News once described Matt Schofield using the following sentence. “In Schofield, the UK has produced the best Blues guitarist from any country in decades…head and shoulders above the herd”. Never has a few words been so accurate. Matt has justifiably been ranked alongside notable legendary players, including Peter Green and Eric Clapton…
 
This time, the Captain isn’t meeting someone known for their guitar playing ability. No, Christoph Kemper is far more influential. Getting into music as a keys player, Christoph developed his first virtual analogue synth and founded Access Music. He then moved onto guitars, inspired by digital amps. As you might guess from the name, Christoph is th…
 
Bronsy returns to TGH to bring us up to speed on his brand new album "Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost" - his epic second album! Episode Links davebrons.com Dave's New Ablum - Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! Thanks f…
 
The Captain was extremely excited about this one. Old school bluesman Walter Trout is an exceptional guitarist with an ear for a big tune and an inspirational back story. He made it out of the suburbs growing up on sixties jazz and the big names in rock and roll – eventually joining rock legend John Mayall’s band. Walter Trout recovered from hardsh…
 
Jake’s stressed, Dan’s damaged a rib and Beebee lets slip a dirty secret from his past. The guys talk turning pro after music college, making difficult career choices and the potential for loneliness & isolation that can creep up in the life of a professional guitar teacher. Beebee’s brand new Pathways To Jazz Volume 2 is available now with a 10% d…
 
Release the beasts! Beebee has finally finished Pathways To Jazz Volume 2, and Tom has released the Ultimate Legato Practise Toolkit. The guys chat through their experiences of working on and releasing the tuition projects, learning jazz, practise motivation, legato control and fight Mac vs PC. As a tghp listener get 10% off Beebs’ new Pathways To …
 
Pete Thorn is one of the most popular and respected gear demonstrators on YouTube, known for his professionalism and immensely versatile guitar playing. However, Pete is also a world-class session musician who has played with the likes of Chris Cornell, Jewel and Don Henley, with several solo albums to his name too. Originally from Edmonton, Canada…
 
There's far more to Mark Agnesi than just that whole "play authentic" thing (you know what we're talking about). As the General Manager at Norman's Rare Guitars for almost a decade, Agnesi made his name presenting their popular 'Guitar of the Day' YouTube series; becoming a mainstay on their well-subscribed channel. Head-hunted by Gibson in early 2…
 
This week the guys take questions and threads sent in and discuss what to do with a 1 hour window of practise per day. Other things: Tom teases news about his upcoming new master legato product, Dan tells a story about a puma, Beebs announces Pathways To Jazz Vol 2 release date and in the patreon aftershow Jake gets a scale and polish. Check your a…
 
With Beebee & Tom away, Jake and Dan take the keys to the podcast machine and interview Rabea Massaad. The guys talk with Bea about his background, what it’s like touring, YouTubing, developing amps for Victory and the changing tide of what it means to be a guitar star in the digital era. There’s also a brief recapitulation of the fake instagram pl…
 
Tom Quayle and Martin Miller are spearheading a wave of young guitarists who are out to change the game. Combining a commitment to technique, a passion for jazz harmony and a love for the shred & fusion greats, they've forged an incredible sound that's as precise as it is dynamic. Tom Quayle started playing at the age of 15, initially preferring ro…
 
This week the guys chat with the awesome Rhett Shull. Rhett is a hired gun session player with a successful and rapidly growing YT channel documenting his guitar life. Rhett also works closely with Rick Beato and on this episode shares some valuable insight into making guitar content online, juggling touring and making a living as a musician in the…
 
Dan Steinhardt and Mick Taylor have become household names in the guitar community. With their popular 'That Pedal Show' YouTube channel becoming a hub for stompbox fanatics seeking valuable insight into their favourite circuits and designs, there's actually far more to the dynamic duo than just their successful video content. While Dan is the foun…
 
Tom Quayle looks back on over 10 years being on YouTube and how the landscape of online guitar has changed. With Jake putting more time into his channel and Beebs contemplating doing the same, the team discuss what it means to start a guitar based YouTube channel in 2019, the possibilities, prospects and potential pitfalls. They also finally get ro…
 
Steve Vai – a true living legend. With over 15 million album sold and three Grammy awards under his belt, he’s among the most decorated musicians of all time. He’s also one of the nicest people we’ve ever had the pleasure of interviewing! Sit back and enjoy over an hour of pure wisdom, from guitar practice techniques to profound life lessons – and …
 
Tora Dahle Aagård is a guitarist, singer-songwriter and Chapman artist that is making waves – not just in her native Norway, but across the music industry. She combines incredible, highly technical guitar playing with a musicality and presence that belies her 24 years of age. Tora views the guitar as not just a separate musical entity, but as an ex…
 
Everything is fake these days. In the 90s all we had to worry about was Thom Yorke and his plastic trees, but today it’s the news, the deep...and now, worst of all...we’ve got fake guitar playing on the Gram. So the guys convene to tackle the recent hubbub of mimed, sped up shred vids and the community response to it. The discussion then turns to a…
 
Guitar lovers. Sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds and tales of the legend that is Eric Gales. In this episode of The Captain Meets, Lee sits down with this incredible blues-rock guitarist and gets deep in conversation about the players past, present and future. In this beautifully honest interview, Eric talks us through some of his more recent re…
 
Rabea has worked with Andertons for a long time now, but do we really know the man behind the afro? The baritone-wielding guitar virtuoso lets us into his crazy world of music. Growing up in Leeds with musical parents, Rabea began his musical journey as a drummer before being forced out of action and onto the guitar. Rabea slowly but surely discove…
 
Tom and Beebee are away drinking all the whisky on the Scottish island of Islay, BUT…still find time (and sobriety) to sit down with guitars and nerd out on a special episode. This week they answer listener feedback email to the grade exam episodes and talk about the parallels of wood obsession between whisky connoisseurs and guitar nerds. Next, th…
 
One of our most popular interviews – Dream Theater legend John Petrucci is a groundbreaking guitarist, incorporating progressive music, shred, jazz and his own unique flavour into one mindblowing band. John is still a driving member of Dream Theater, with a back catalogue of 14 albums and counting, on top of a number of side projects and guest appe…
 
With nothing short of a Herculean effort 3 of the 4 guys convene for an emergency episode. Putting the exam shenanigans on hold for a while they discuss getting their first paid gigs, which morphs into the perils and positives of comparing industry successes. The Patreon bonus after show this week contains some impromptu finger twisting chat about …
 
Hailed by many as a modern blues phenomenon, Dan Patlansky is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s most formidable musical exports in recent memory. His sound and style has been compared to the likes of Hendrix and SRV, but with an undeniably electrifying take on the classic blues sound. For the best part of 2 decades, Patlansky has been making a name…
 
Australian-American fingerstyle guitar wizard Tommy Emmanuel is something of a household name in the guitar world. Seamlessly blending jazz, folk, blues, bluegrass and country music, he's won countless awards throughout his career and is widely seen as one of the best acoustic guitarists of all time. Known for his energetic stage presence, genre-de…
 
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