Today we welcome on Randy Bell, well known socio-economist expert on real estate damages and friend of the podcast on to hear his epic Mormon Story. Raised in Fullerton, CA, we discuss Randy's relationship with the Fender family, the effects of his profession on his Mormon faith including stories about how the Pulse Night Club shooting transformed his LGBTQ beliefs. In part 2 we dig deeper and discuss Randy's incredible, thoughtful journey from Mormon to Christian. ————— We are 100% donor funded! Please click HERE to donate and keep this content coming! Click here to donate monthly: $10 $25 $50 ————— Show Notes: Randy's wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randall_Bell Link to youtube viewers poll: https://www.youtube.com/c/MormonStoriesPodcast/community Shawn McCrany's church: https://hotm.faith/ Rick Warren church: https://pastorrick.com Carah's Mormon Stories interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PW1uWu_DnPc Pulse Night Club: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orlando_nightclub_shooting OJ Simpsons Made in America: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5275892/ OJ Simpson: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O._J._Simpson Todd Compton - In Sacred Loneliness: http://www.toddmcompton.com/ Gospel Topic Essay on Polygamy: https://abn.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/manual/gospel-topics-essays/plural-marriage-in-the-church-of-jesus-christ-of-latter-day-saints?lang=eng Year of Polygamy: https://www.yearofpolygamy.com/ Steven Hassan: https://www.amazon.com/Steven-Hassan/e/B000APQYV4%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Sunstone: https://sunstone.org/ Simon Southerton interview: https://www.mormonstories.org/podcast/rod-meldrums-heartland-model/ Joseph Smith Criminal Record: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Smith_and_the_criminal_justice_system#Chronology_of_charges Laura Roper Andreasen interview: https://www.mormonstories.org/podcast/laura-roper-andreasen-granddaughter-m-russell-ballard/ Randy's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Post-Traumatic-Thriving-Randall-Bell-PhD/dp/0996793178 A Thoughtful Faith Podcast by Gina Colvin: https://www.athoughtfulfaith.org Bill Reel Mormon Discussions Podcast: https://mdpodcast.org Johnathan Streeter - Thoughts on things and stuff: https://thoughtsonthingsandstuff.com/ Radio Free Mormon: https://radiofreemormon.org Sandra Tanner - https://youtu.be/W64Ntsea6uw Mormon Sex Info - Natasha Helfer: https://mormonsex.info/about/ Real Estate Damages: An Analysis of Detrimental Conditions Textbook: https://www.amazon.com/Real-Estate-Damages-Detrimental-Conditions/dp/0922154554 Me We Do Be: The Four Cornerstones of Success by Randall Bell, PhD: https://www.amazon.com/Me-We-Do-Be-Cornerstones/dp/0996793119 Leo Fender: The Quiet Giant Heart Around the World by Phyllis Fender & Randall Bell, PhD: https://www.amazon.com/Leo-Fender-Quiet-Giant-Around/dp/0996793143 Post-Traumatic Thriving by Randall Bell, PhD: https://www.amazon.com/Post-Traumatic-Thriving-Randall-Bell-PhD/dp/0996793178
Happy MLK Day!!! It's time for Radio Ronin!!! Are you working today, or do you have the day off?! Chunga and Chandler do and they feel great! Why? Because they didn't get their planned booster shots! Fender guitars has just reported that they've sold 16 million guitars in 2021, during the second year of the pandemic! Wow!! LOTS of people have turned to music to keep their sanity!!! By the way, as if you needed another reason to hide in your house, Mercury is in retrograde for the first time in 2022. Will this madness never end!?!?!CHUNGA POLL: What's something you do on vacation, that you'd never do at home? Post your answers below!Gregg has another fantastic movie to help take away your S.A.D and it's the return of Headline D&D!!!!! LISTEN NOW!!!!
Deer Tick was started by self-taught multi-instrumentalist John McCauley as a solo songwriting endeavor in 2004. The band's instant, ear-perk appeal is McCauley's wiry, craggy voice narrating personal hardship and loss. When you hear Deer Tick albums, the honesty that pours out of the speakers punches your gut and tears your heart. Originally touring with a revolving cast of supporting musicians, McCauley solidified his rhythm section with half-brothers Dennis Michael Ryan (drums) and Christopher Dale Ryan (bass) before finalizing things with Ian Patrick O'Neil on guitar in 2009. The band's staying power and relevance is rooted in their ability to cross-stitch ringing hi-fi Americana harmonies and lo-fi alt-country vibes with melancholic Nick Drake moods and trouncing honky-tonk rumblers with tattered rockers perfect for Iggy or Kurt. That amalgamation is both timeless and contemporary. (It's worth noting that McCauley—a self-proclaimed Nirvana nut—sang and played guitar alongside surviving members Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear during Cal Jam 2018.) Before Deer Tick's co-headlining show with Delta Spirit at Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl, McCauley (vocals/guitar) and Ian Patrick O'Neil (guitar/vocals) chatted with PG's Chris Kies. The conversation covered Teles (and why they're the duo's current favorites) and how Fender combos have always factored into the band's sonic scripts for stage and studio. Plus, both pickers provided a quick-and-dirty sampling of their stomp situations. [Brought to you by D'Addario XPND Pedalboard: https://ddar.io/xpnd.rr (https://ddar.io/xpnd.rr)]
It's the 86th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps featuring special guest, Joe Halliday of Hello Sailor Effects (@hellosailoreffectsofficial)! This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Some of the topics discussed this week: 4:37 The business of cheese, the Prudence Penny Regional Cookbook, mead 10:34 Custom can capacitors from Hayseedhamfest.com 12:00 Skip re-builds a hacked 1961 Fender reverb unit; half-wave rectifier circuit vs. bridge rectifier circuit 16:38 Special guest: Joe Halliday from Hello Sailor Effects (Instagram link) Building amps and pedals while at sea with the British Navy, a love for old parts, octal pre-amp tubes, dummy loads (mini Wall of Sound), Free, Gibson Melody Makers, PA heads, Watkins Scout, etc. 40:48 Replacing a 6EU7 on a Gibson Falcon, DangerUXB 46:49 A Gibson GA-80T Vari-Tone with the push button tone selectors 50:46 Beginner's Corner: Guitar-amp feedback 52:01 A Silverface Vibro Champ with a bypassed can capacitor, Ooni pizza ovens 59:55 Restoring a 1958 Fender Bassman estate find 1:10:46 Garland Jeffreys' "Wild in the Streets" (YouTube link), a Vespa car (shell) 1:13:56 The caps in a vintage guitar 1:19:17 Vibro Champ hum since a speaker upgrade, and a 80uF 450V cap from pin 8 of the 5Y3 to ground 1:24:40 The Benson 300H, Howard Roberts, and the Fender GA-50 1:27:04 Are all AB763 Fender amps made equal? 1:30:15 Starting a '70s Carlsboro 50 Top Head that has been dormant for decades 1:35:47 Vox AC-4 vs AC-15; DIY Fender Bassman kits 1:43:54 $325 into a 1965-1966 GA-15RVT Explorer 1:49:16 Skip says "thanks" to Joe, a vintage porcelain grilled cheese sandwich maker The Truth About Vintage Amps is hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons. Co-hosted and produced by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
If you like rock and roll and you like old rifles maybe you'll like this episode. It's the introduction to our latest book Bob Nosler Born Ballistic set to music - what they called hard rock in '64, '65 and ‘66. Rock on.If you want to support free speech and good hunting content in the Internet Age, look for our coffee and books at https://www.garylewisoutdoors.com/shop/We recommend our latest book Bob Nosler Born Ballistic. You can find it on our web site and on Nosler.com and Amazon too. We have a limited supply of our new Ballistic Chronicles hip flask. Package it with one of our classic Deer Hunting or John Nosler Going Ballistic books for only $15 extra. If you want the Ballistic Chronicles hip flask, send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hunting, Winchester, Fender Jazzmaster, Guitars, Rock and Roll, Nosler, Bullets, Partition Bullet, John Nosler, Bob Nosler, AccuBond, Ballistic Tip, Amboy Dukes, Ted Nugent, Ballistics, Ammunition, Elk hunting, Moose hunting, Deer hunting
Ritchie “the amp guy” Fliegler is a notable guitarist, author, and at one time an evangelist for both Marshall Amplification and Fender Musical Instruments. As a guitarist, he has worked with John Waite, Lou Reed, John Cale, Tom Verlaine, Johnny Copeland, and Alice Cooper. As an author on the subject of guitar his articles have appeared in several trade magazines, but he is most widely known for two phenomenal titles that every guitarist needs to own; Amps! The Other Half of Rock n Roll, and The Complete Guide to Guitar and Amp Maintenance: A Practical Manual for Every Guitar Player. For several years he served under the famed Jim Marshall before moving over to Fender where his tenure ran from the mid-90's through the early 2000's. Ritchie's passion for the guitar and the music made by it has taken him on a journey he never could have expected, but one that he is humbled by and grateful for every day. Full Episode HERE: https://soundcloud.com/roadiefreeradio/133-ritchie-fliegler-guitarist The Following links are affiliate links! Each sale helps our channel out at no additional cost to you. My VLOG & Streaming camera: https://amzn.to/3nEuIh2 The VLOG Lens: https://amzn.to/2y4Zrjd The ALL PURPOSE lens: http://amzn.to/2vPGayB My OTHER lens: https://amzn.to/38OVlfb My MAIN PODCAST mic: https://roswellproaudio.com/products/mini-k87 My OTHER podcast mic: https://amzn.to/3nK9oGQ Create ‘n Cast Bundle from SHURE & Focusrite: https://amzn.to/2LTUTTv The camera CAGE I use: http://amzn.to/2fWUwI2 My DESKTOP mixer: https://amzn.to/39yiSzZ My AUDIO interface: https://amzn.to/2LRF53W BEST FIELD recorder: http://amzn.to/2wfzCYI My FAVORITE mic stands: http://amzn.to/2xnBn6d Roadie Free Radio Merch: http://www.roadiefreeradio.com/merch/ RFR Website: http://www.roadiefreeradio.com
durée : 00:54:32 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Very Good Trip vous souhaite une belle et bonne année en célébrant la saison dans laquelle nous entrons : l'hiver. Qui a sa beauté et sa magie.
*** Sorry for the occasional Zoom audio lag, but this interview was too good not to share. *** All the way in Valencia, Spain, we're talking to the one-and-only Nacho Baños. Baños is the guy behind Nacho Guitars, 'The Blackguard Book,' and the new 'Pinecaster Book.' https://pinecasterbook.com If you've ever watched Julian Lage perform on his "Nachcaster" and wondered just who made it, this episode is for you. We hear about Nacho's early infatuation with American music; how he began buying and selling instruments while attending college in Boston; and why, in 2003, he started writing what would become 'The Blackguard Book.' We learn about the production team behind Nacho Guitars and how he almost retired from guitarmaking when he (temporarily) couldn't source decent swamp ash. He also explains the reasoning behind 'The Pinecaster Book,' his most ambitious publishing project to date. The four-volume set goes beyond the printed page, with all new photographs and multimedia video showcasing the guitars mentioned in the book. This episode is sponsored by Izotope (use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% on their amazing software) and Retrofret Vintage Guitars. Don't forget, beyond the magazine, the FJ now has an entire network of podcasts, about everything from lutherie to home recording (and tube amps!): Luthier on Luthier; The Truth About Vintage Amps; The Truth About Recording & Mixing; Acoustic Voices; and Sweep the Floor.
065 - Steve Conte“Have Guitar Will Travel” episode 65 features host James Patrick Regan speaking with guitarist/vocalist Steve Conte. An educated jazzer and proficient solo artist, for his new album, “Bronx Cheer,” Conte teamed with fellow guitarist Chris Spedding and drummer Charlie Drayton. Conte himself started on drums as a kid, but jumped to guitar and has backed Paul Simon, Billy Squire, Willie DeVille, Peter Wolf, and the New York Dolls both with original frontman David Johansson, and now, with Michael Monroe. For more than 20 years, he has also sung and played music for the sci-fi series/movie “Cowboy Bebop” and other animé programs. Always a gearhead, they talk about the instruments and amps that have accompanied him throughout his career. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
David rejoins the show to talk about how we use Craft, an extremely versatile, elegant, and powerful app for the web, iOS, and macOS devices. Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Show Notes: Example of listener submission, Mr. Ehler's, Resource for All Band Students (created entirely in Craft) Audacity 3.1 is out now! Fender acquires PreSonus Dorico 4, planned for early 2022, will be first Steinberg product to use new licensing system Craft OmniFocus Bear Markdown Blog Post iA Writer Obsidian Todoist Trello Rome Research Notion App of the Week Robby - Documents David - GoodReader Music of the Week Robby - NPR Top 50 of 2021 David - Silk Sonic Tech Tip of the Week Better Touch Tool Where to Find Us: Robby - Twitter | Blog | Book David - Twitter | Website | Blog Please don't forget to rate the show and share it with others!
064 - Luis Carlos Maldonado“Have Guitar Will Travel” host James Patrick Regan speaks with multi-instrumentalist Luis Carlos Maldonado. Growing up in Arizona and SoCal, he took to guitar after being turned on to progressive rock by U.K. and King Crimson and encouraged by his brother, Train bassist Hector Maldonado. Like most professionals, he's been through a lot of gear and has great stories fostered by an array of band gigs (he has played with John Waite, Phil Mogg, Michael Schenker, Dean Delray, and now, Mick Jones in Foreigner) and a solo career that includes working with Mike Varney at Shrapnel Records. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
It's the 85th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps featuring special guest, Calvin McCormick (Hiwatt, @ampfreek)! This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Download the 2021 TAVA Cookbook here. Some of the topics discussed this week: 1:59 El Pato hot sauce in a bottle 3:13 Nothing but cans: Skip's recent meal 9:58 Update on the amp that lost the majority of its volume during shipping (ep. 84) 11:24 You think this gig is easy, part 7: A Fender Reverb unit with nearly every part replaced 17:42 The tone of the Fender Twins in the Beatles' 'Get Back' documentary 23:41 Special guest: Calvin McCormick (McCormick Analog / Hiwatt / @ampfreek): Meeting Hy Bloom, founder of Soundmaster; Hiwatt today; a new Hiwatt fuzz pedal announcement, Grand Funk Railroad, Garnet Herzog, MTI tube stompboxes and lots more. 1:03:23 Laurens Hammond, inventor of the Hammond organ 1:08:02 Fender 5F2 vs 5F2A fuse specification 1:11:37 The input pre-amp on tube PAs, 12AX7 versus 12AT7 1:14:58 What makes a good steel amp; Steelin' Home by Noel Boggs (YouTube link) 1:22:12 Reforming NOS capacitor cans: Trash or Treasure? 1:24:39 Fitting a reverb tank with space constraints, cooked salsa 1:27:53 Skip needs an Ampeg Gemini II trem module (TM-1), running an old rotary phone into a computer 1:29:45 Skip's new name 1:30:38 Adding a cut control to a single-ended Vox style amp; cheese dip; Pat Martino's 'Live at Keystone Korner' 1:39:47 Replacing the V1 on a two 12AX7, two 6V6 amp to a 12AU7 Hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons. Co-hosted and produced by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
In this episode of Mr. Curiosity, Joe catches up with the fast-moving Dale Mikolaczyk, AKA Rusty Fender, or whatever his new fake name is. He's smart, opinionated, charismatic, hard-working and always on the go, whether it be calculating fuel expenditures for NASA's satellites, being a radio personality, or painting his dining room three times in the amount of time it takes to watch a sporting event. He's thin, active and healthy, yet loves to consume fast-food on his routine trips to Manhattan and Washington, D.C. to do engineering and science for the masses! Hear all about it and how his latest "job" helping a friend at the DMV was a painful experience of-biblical proportions!
Mark Agnesi is the Director of Brand Experience for Gibson Guitars and Producer for GibsonTV. He was the former General Manager of Norman's Rare Guitars, located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. Mark is an expert on Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, Gretsch and Martin guitars, making him one of the youngest authorities on vintage guitars in the world. Since starting at Norman's in 2009, he has sold guitars to every major name in the entertainment business. He began playing guitar at the age of 6, and was in the studio making records by the age of 11. In 2005, Mark moved to LA and began working as a professional touring and session guitarist. His combination of talent, knowledge, and personality, have helped him grow Norman's Youtube channel into an incredible community of followers who tune-in to Mark's wildly popular series, The Guitar of the Day. Mark has recently launched his own series on his own channel, The Mark Agnesi Show. Full episode here: https://soundcloud.com/roadiefreeradio/120-mark-agnesi-vintage-guitar
063 - Brendan ByrnesHost James Patrick Regan welcomes guitarist/composer Brendan Byrnes to the latest episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel.” Brendan is a microtonal player who grew up in the Bay Area and attended Berklee College of Music, then moved to Chicago, where he played in The MDR with drummer Matt Walker. They discuss his new album, “2227,” and dig into the details of microtonal playing, his gear, and his work composing for film, TV, and other media. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
Sorry for the late Monday post - it's a travel week for your buddy Hank.This episode we played ourselves a little game; the gig's tonight, your gear got stolen, and you're not allowed back in any of the local shops - time to put together a full rig only from the Chicago Craigslist. What do Dave and Hank settle on? And (how badly) will Hank cheat?Also discussed: JOB's sick little kicker lawsuit Mosrite, Beatles stuff, our buddy Carlos Lopez stepping down from his Master Builder post at Fender, Megadeth jumping into the weird world of cryptocurrency, more bands that made movies, the Alanis Morrisette documentary Jagged, and Sire's Larry Carlton signature guitars.My armpits are sweaty.
062 - John NottoEpisode 62 of “Have Guitar Will Travel” features John Notto, guitarist in Dirty Honey. Host James Patrick Regan talks with John about the band's latest record, his role as songwriter, and recording with producer Nick DiDia working virtually from Australia. They also discuss his latest gear buys and how DH keeps an eye on its streaming sales. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
It's the 84th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps! This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Some of the topics discussed this week: 1:52: Full transcription of Ep. 83 on our Patreon (yay or nay?) 4:14 Skip's recommended gifts: Jack Darr, Joy of Cooking, the Gibson amp book, the Ampeg amp book, Fender Amps: The First 50 Years; El Pato 6:57 A new baffler: 1964 Super Reverb with a three-prong cord 10:10 A pristine 1956 Fender Pro that needs TLC 14:42 An Audio Guild Bonham 120 with low vibrato intensity 20:34 Taming a Fender Twin Reverb reissue by pulling the 12AX7 on the normal channel 27:27 ID'ing the oil for a Tel-Ray oil-can echo unit / Ucon LB-65 29:55 How to find replacement 1" diameter Mallory can capacitors for a 1950s Valco with 1" diameter Mallory can capacitors, re-using old funky wire, the Fender 5E5 Pro input, adapt-a-cap.com 40:36 A 1965-ish Princeton Reverb that makes wave crashing sounds 42:31 PSA on three-prong power cords: SVT or SJT jackets 45:46 Finding time in your busy life to work on amps 50:57 Changing the circuit on a late 1940s Harmony Model 200; Mr. In-Between; Pig 57:51 Fender Concert IIs: Any good? 1:01:07 Resistors influence on tone? 1:06:10 Ledaig single malt scotch, Jameson's Black Barrel whiskey, and other stuff sent to Skip; Body and Soul Pedals by listener Yann (firstname.lastname@example.org, available at Real Guitars in SF) 1:12:02 A recently shipped tube amp that lost its volume 1:16:53 The unique field coil wiring on a Hammond M-3 organ 1:24:19 Some Leslie 147 amp discoveries 1:33:47 The answer to this week's baffler 1:35:08 A Tweed Bassman clone with a loud squeal Hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons. Co-hosted and produced by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
We've all heard the old cliché - one person's trash is another person's treasure - and we're putting that to the test.We have challenged ourselves to bring in items that we think NO ONE would ever want. We call it the 12 Days of Crapmas, and today Tommy is up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Spoiler Warning: you know those sorta' groany reaction videos you see all over YouTube these days? At about the 30 minute mark this becomes one of those, Gearbuds Podcast style.This week the dudes go Full Boomer with a review and deep dive into the new Peter Jackson-helmed Beatles documentary, Get Back, or as we're calling it Get Buds. In this Dave's Doc about a Dave's Doc we spend ample time nerding over all of the Fender, Vox, Hofner, Gibson, Neumann, AKG, & EMI gear, digging into each episode individually, covering some issues the documentary omitted, and obvy providing our own *spicy* takes.Also discussed: Spotify Wrapped 2021, Guitar Slip No More, Moog Animoog Z, hacking away at the back of an old Les Paul, handling auditions, and tells for failing electrolytic capacitors.Take the beans.
Unsung heroes of the gig are discussed this week as Matt, Lee and BPC tackle another week in guitar news. We have exactly '51 reasons why this Fender release might not be a big hit and Sheppard our thoughts to mention an intergalactic fuzz monster. Welcome if you are new here, feel free to drop a review wherever you listen. Mahooosive shout out to our patreon backers, who are awesome and for as little as two dollars a month, you can be one of those cool kids. Visit www.patreon.com/frettalk to find out more Don't forget to have your online on the Fret Talk Podcast group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/690366661155328/?ref=bookmarkssay and join in with the live streams at the PBOD Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/64533347864/ Find your host at: BudgetPedalChap www.Facebook.com/budgetpedalchap www.Instagram.com/budgetpedalchap https://www.youtube.com/budgetpedalchap or search ‘budget pedal chap' on YouTube Matt www.Facebook.com/SwitchIOM www.twitch.tv/heel_mattq www.twitter.com/heel_mattq www.instagram.com/heel_mattq Lee https://www.facebook.com/groups/64533347864/ www.pbodoom.com www.youtube.com/pedalboardsofdoom Will http://www.arocketcomplex.com/ www.youtube.com/user/ARocketComplex www.instagram.com/arcwillpowell/ Ollie www.Facebook.com/OllieMilesMusic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fret-talk/message
The Doors remain one of the most original acts in the history of Rock and Roll. However, their actual music is sometimes overshadowed by the cult of Jim Morrison. Those with long memories will recall a point in the 1980s when he went from lead singer of an old band to a signifier of cool known as ‘Morrison.' His image appeared everywhere on t-shirts, posters, and in the film The Lost Boys, adorning a wall in Keifer Sutherland's vampire cave. A biopic in the 1990s attempted something like realism but managed only to dramatize the legend of the ‘Lizard King'. Meanwhile, outside of a few high rotation tracks on ‘classic' rock stations, most of their work took a back seat to Jim's ever-growing status as a cultural icon. “The Doors: Every Album Every Song” dusts off the vinyl and puts on the headphones for a sustained reappraisal of the band's musical career. Hidden gems, deep cuts, overrated top ten hits and an enigmatic series of album closers are all subjected to late night interrogations. Let's head to Venice Beach circa 1965, pick up a Fender bass organ on the way, take a face from the ancient gallery and walk on down the hall…Tony Thompson is a Canadian writer based in Melbourne, Australia. He is the author of “Summer of Monsters”, a novel about Mary Shelley's early life, and “Shakespeare: The Most Famous Man in London”. His articles on books, music, and education have appeared in The Age, The Australian, The Daily Review Australia, toppermost.co.uk, and Eureka St. He's been a regular guest at the Melbourne Writers Festival and other literary events throughout Australia. He also plays blues harmonica with great enthusiasm.Purchase a copy of "The Doors: Every Album, Every Song" through Burning Shed: https://burningshed.com/tony-thompson_the-doors-on-track_bookPurchase a copy through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Doors-every-album-song/dp/1789521378Listen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4B9KphjWZa1GVpPJeIy87v?si=a28d82afc2ea4cd1The Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent book store here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Booked On Rock Theme Song: “Whoosh” by Crowander [ https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander]The Booked On Rock “Latest Books On Rock Releases” Song: “Slippery Rocks” by Crowander [ https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander]
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Today we are sitting down with John Onwuchekwa and Aaron Fender, co-founders of Portrait Coffee. A black-owned coffee company which sources their coffee from mostly black and brown origin farmers, Portrait Coffee is changing the narrative of coffee by bringing a more diverse representation to Atlanta's coffee culture.We dive into how they pivoted as a new business during the pandemic, running a business alongside partners with different perspectives, and how they created a brand committed to changing coffee culture. Aaron and John talk about the concept of going from an idea to a conviction and how consuming passions create new weights and responsibilities for founders. They also touch on working with their spouses, the preparation they took when working with friends and family, and SO much more. You might want to get your notebooks out for this one. Check out Portrait Coffee here!____________Welcome to the Plywood Podcast: Real talk for social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders.Plywood is a nonprofit in Atlanta leading a community of startups doing good. Over the past 12 years, we have worked with over 800 startup founders and nonprofit leaders wrestling with the tensions of starting, growing, and sustaining.Think of The Plywood Podcast as a kitchen table conversation debating the pros and woes of running a business and sustaining a nonprofit. We dive into building business plans, sustaining relationships (personal and professional), diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, forming values while being a part of true cultural change for good, and so much more.Learn more about Plywood at PlywoodPeople.com
061 - Tim SparksIn episode 61 of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan speaks with world-renowed guitarist Tim Sparks, a National Fingerstyle champion, performer, and online instructor. Tim talks about growing up in North Carolina, where he studied under Segovia protégée Jesus Silva and developed a love of Eastern European music. They dig into the state of the music industry, and Tim shares stories of opening for Dolly Parton, playing on “Prairie Home Companion,” and much more. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link
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I am happy to announce that I am getting my first electric guitar. Many of you know that also means I am buying my first amplifier, too. The one I have my eye on is Fender's, not because I know anything about amplifiers and their performance, but because I like how it looks like it came straight out of the 1960s. Nostalgia is an important part of my amplifier purchase. When I see the old-fashioned looking knobs on the amplifier, it reminds me of my childhood and the rock stars of my school days. Getting an amp that looks like that feels like an homage to my childhood dreams of being a rock star. Of course, the amp is a great amp, too. But I couldn't tell you why. I can tell you I like how it looks and how it makes me feel. In this episode, we explore how nostalgia can help your customers feel happy about your offerings, too. If you use nostalgia to appeal to customers' happy memories and feelings by looking at their past, they just might move forward into the future buying from you. Key Ideas to Improve Your Customer Experience The podcast begins with a description of what nostalgia is and why we feel it as human beings. Then we get into examples of how things trigger these nostalgic memories and evoke positive emotions, even if the experience in the past wasn't a pleasant one. Then, we talk about how you can employ nostalgia to evoke the memories during customer interactions that will spill the happy and pleased over onto your experience. 04:39 Ryan explains what nostalgia is from a psychological perspective. 06:35 We then describe why a negative experience can also make someone feel nostalgic. 08:06 We talk about the Monty Python “The Four Yorkshiremen” sketch that shows how even when people complain about the past, they still seem to feel fond of it. 13:21 Ryan explains some of the psychological benefits of feeling nostalgic that we enjoy as human beings. 15:12 We begin to apply nostalgia to a practical insight for Customer Experience, by using happy memories to cast a Halo-effect on your experience. 23:08 We explain how if you understand what makes people feel nostalgic, you can replicate that in your Customer Experience for them. 25:49 Ryan and Colin explain how you can use the psychology behind nostalgia to improve your experience for people. Please tell us how we are doing! Complete this short survey. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 289,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy LLC as one of the best management consultancies for the last two years. Follow Colin on LinkedIn and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 22,000 subscribers. Experience Health Check: You already have an experience, even if you weren't deliberate about it. Our Experience Health Check can help you understand what you have today. Colin or one of our team can assess your digital or physical Customer Experience, interacting with your organization as a customer to define what is good and what needs improving. Then, they will provide a list of recommendations for critical next steps for your organization. Click here to learn more. How can we help? Click here to learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services.
Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this our 206th episode, our guest is Howie Statland. Here is how he describes himself and his store, Rivington Guitars: “This year we are celebrating 23 years of business – 23 years of finding guitar players the guitar of their dreams. Located at 73 E. 4th St., our store is right in the heart of the East Village of Manhattan. We like to keep our prices low and our customers delighted. We buy, sell, trade and repair all vintage guitars, amps, keyboards and more. Our expert repair shop features quick, reasonable prices and reliable service. Since we opened in 1998, Rivington Guitars has come to be known as 'The Best Little Guitar Store in New York City,' and this is a reputation we have earned. Rivington Guitars specializes in vintage guitars, and we know vintage guitars. It's what we do best. We have over 350 vintage guitars in stock at all times -- Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Martin, Rickenbacker, Silvertone and Harmony as well as many other more unusual brands. Owner and proprietor Howie Statland is a featured survey participant for the 'Vintage Guitar Price Guide.' He is one of 25 select guitar dealers throughout the USA who helps determine the values set forth in the 'Vintage Guitar Price Guide.' He has been dealing guitars for over 20 years. A list of some of our satisfied clients include Paul Simon, The Killers, The Strokes, Courtney Love and Hole, Elvis Costello, Jeff Tweedy and Wilco, The Black Keys, Cults, Green Day, Arcade Fire, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Vampire Weekend, Motley Crue, Jonathan Richman, Mumford & Sons, J Mascis and Dinosaur Jr., the Smashing Pumpkins, Norah Jones, Peter Bjorn and John and many other local New York City working musicians. Our store began in 1998 on Rivington Street, hence our name, and expanded to a larger location on East 4th Street in 2008. We have since opened an acoustic store called Rivington Guitars Unplugged on the same street as our main store. Besides selling fine vintage guitars, we also offer guitar lessons at affordable rates, rental services and appraisal services. Our website is updated daily and all our inventory is on our website. There is always something new at Rivington Guitars, so come in today.” Join The Rob Burgess Show mailing list! Go to tinyletter.com/therobburgessshow and type in your email address. Then, respond to the automatic message. Also please make sure to comment, follow, like, subscribe, share, rate and review everywhere the podcast is available, including iTunes, YouTube, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Twitter, Internet Archive, TuneIn, RSS, and, now, Spotify. The official website for the podcast is www.therobburgessshow.com. You can find more about me by visiting my website, www.thisburgess.com.If you have something to say, record a voice memo on your smartphone and send it to email@example.com. Include “voice memo” in the subject line of the email. Also, if you want to call or text the show for any reason, the number is: 317-674-3547.
Hi, Joe from Guitar Nerds here. On this week's episode, Naomi, JD and I discuss Reverb's most popular products of 2021, and here's a spoiler.... Fender have absolutely dominated!Check out the incredible Izotope Black Friday BundlesTo get involved in the discussion join The Guitar Nerds Group on Facebook and follow Guitar Nerds on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Description: This episode is a long time coming, as I've been hearing repeatedly, the need for more resources on the topic of working through relational conflict when you're already overwhelmed and stressed to the limit. So sit back and enjoy my casual chat with a therapist, on the topic of how to maintain connection, navigate conflict, and find deeper satisfaction in your high-stakes relationships, when you're worn down and in a state of burnout. Sara Fender, MA, PCA, is sharing her insight into the complexities of burnout and how it impacts the way we experience our close relationships, as well as the communication skills, and self-awareness practices that can help to restore a sense of peace within and more enjoyment with those we love. In The Episode: - Sara's personal experiences that led her to pursue a career as a therapists - The definition of burnout: three key components according to the research - How burnout impacts our high-stakes relationships - Practicing self-awareness and mindfulness provides you with critical insight into your experience, to be able to share with others - Communicate with “safe-people” about your inner-world, using assertive and kind language - Getting to the root of what's holding you back from speaking up about your needs - Dealing with the fear that you won't be able to “cope” - Ways to stay connected in relationships, that both charge your “batteries” and the relationship “batteries,” simultaneously - Moving through conflict “deadlocks” in your close relationships. Tips for getting unstuck when you're tired and worn out. -Stepping into a self-leadership role for creating a sense of grounded-calm and “okayness,” in your life, regardless of whether or not others are able to validate and meet your needs. ...AND more! Connect with Sara Fender Website Instagram Connect with Wirth Wellness: Website Instagram Virtual "Hiking" with a Healer! Sign Up! This episode is sponsored by: Anchor -Anchor is one of the easiest ways to start a podcast. Download the Anchor App, or go to www.anchor.fm to get creating! Please Note the Following Disclaimer! By listening to this podcast, you understand that the topics discussed are intended, solely, for informational purposes. The information provided is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should not be relied on as such. In listening to the podcast, you also agree that Wirth Wellness is not responsible for any outcomes or decisions you make, relating to any information presented on the show. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wirthwellnessbyerika/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wirthwellnessbyerika/support
“With your feet on the air and your head on the ground…”In this week's particularly singsong-y episode the buds soar into the oft confusing matter of safely flying with your guitar. We read the federal law and FAA regulations so you don't have to, and provide all the tips you need for safe and stress-free air travel with your prized instrument.Also discussed: Fender's affordable Acoustasonic Player Telecaster, Earthworks' ETHOS broadcast mic, Apple's new self-service repair program, creepy Amazon One scanning, Brass Against getting pissy, Studio 666, and Rick Kelly's Carmine Street Guitars.Let me smell your palms.
Jason Singer the man behind Michigander's approach to live performance is to play every show like it's Lollapalooza an experience he also has. he talks to Will about the Writing and recording of Michigander's new EP Everything Will Be Ok Eventually, growing up in Michigan and discovering his love of music thru Coldplay, how Michigander played shows for years before releasing any recordings, playing Lollapalooza, His love of Fender amps and guitars, and touring and release plans for Michigander in the near future into next year. Listen to Michigander: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0oL26Dn9y761yfJgNb3vfu?si=Pwz9WcMuSfa8D01UpW0UCQ See Michigander Live: https://www.michiganderband.com/#shows Michigander on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michiganderband/ Will's Website: www.awesomedisaster.com Podcast Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/between-awesome-and-disaster Did an overhaul of the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/awesomedisaster
It's the 83rd episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps: More capacitor talk than you can shake a SnufferStick at, push-pull circuits, Ethiopian cooking tips and more! This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Some of the topics discussed this week: 1:56 The TAVA Cookbook (coming soon, email us if you want it) 5:15 Skip's real voice or a young Jerry? 7:56 Interactive controls on amps, Neil Young's Whizzer, an Epiphone Blues Custom 30, roasted pickled onions 14:06 Old filter caps in PA conversions; Pelican Bay Brewing 17:59 1957 Tweed Deluxe with all original caps; a chassis-only Tweed Deluxe on eBay; Ampeg M12 20:15 Skip's philosophy on replacing caps in a customer's amp 22:30 Illinois capacitors; a Marshall JTM45 that pops when you turn it off 27:40 Even more capacitor talk: Orange Drop capacitors, Illinois MWR capacitors, Jupiter capacitors, Blue Drop caps 35:03 A Rickenbaker M-8E with modified output transformer wiring; Ethiopian ful beans 41:54 TAVA Big Index Page (link) 43:04 Wiring a new home for a vintage PA 48:44 Recommended book: 'Grateful Dead Gear' (Amazon link) 50:44 Washable Crayola on the Mona Lisa; an owner's manual for a 100-watt Multivox P88? 53:42 How to get better at diagnosing amp problems? 55:21 First 5E3 Clone upgrades, even more capacitor talk (disc capacitors), CTS metal-shaft pots 1:01:11 Overview of a push-pull circuit, single-open ended; mountain pie makers 1:05:25 Cast Iron Revival (Portland, Oregon; Instagram link) 1:09:13 Gibson GA-17RVT Scout oscillations 1:14:06 What to put inside a Gibson GA-15RVT? 1:17:50 Polarities revisited and rice water soup Hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons. Co-hosted and produced by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
Beatles fans have been awaiting Sir Peter Jackson's new three-part documentary 'The Beatles - Get Back' with keen anticipation ever since the project was first announced. Using 60 hours of footage and 150 hours of unheard audio, the series documents the 22-day process that resulted in The Beatles' penultimate 'Let It Be' album, in the band's own words. Journalist, writer and critic John Harris has compiled the material into a book which is also part of the same project, also titled 'The Beatles - Get Back' - the first official standalone book to be released by The Beatles since international bestseller The Beatles Anthology. Harris was invited to scour through the hours of audio and video footage from the January 1969 sessions. And he says the material paints the band in a different light to the idea that at this stage of their career they were a dysfunctional band that was at odds with each other.
The Knobs interview Dave Hunter, lifetime musician and author of the FANTASTIC new book called Fender 75 years. Dave has authored numerous guitar books and is an international guitar magazine content contributor so, let's just say he knows what he is talking about. Dave was a great guest who we will surely hear more from in the future. Enjoy the show! Hosted by Todd Novak with Jared Brandon and Tony Dudzik Guitar, electric guitar, guitar pedal, pedal effects, pedal fx, guitar amplifier, humbucker, single coil, P90, guitar pickups, guitar setup, fuzz, overdrive, delay, reverb, distortion, guitar player, guitarist, guitar tips, guitar repair, vintage guitar, guitar amp speakers, guitar cabinet, combo amp, guitar amp Visit us at theguitarknobs.com Support our show on Patreon.com/theguitarknobs
Episode 403 is brought to you by... Big Ear Pedals: https://www.bigearpedals.com/ Chase Bliss Audio: https://www.chaseblissaudio.com/ Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast This is an adisode, so go see the pictures on IMGUR 1:00 Headless Mustang 10:00 Custom Fender SG 19:00 Should this Lead II be refinished? 30:20 Custom Made LeClaire 46:20 Dean Mach 7 This week's song was sent by Craig Flowers and is called "About Time" **************************** 60CH on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast Buy Something with our affiliate links: Buy a Shirt - https://teespring.com/stores/60-cycle-hum Sweetwater: https://imp.i114863.net/rMb1D Thomann: https://www.thomannmusic.com?offid=1&affid=405 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaUKKO Ebay: https://ebay.to/2UlIN6z Reverb: https://reverb.grsm.io/60cyclehum Cool Patch Cables: https://www.tourgeardesigns.com/discount/60cyclehum +++++++++++++++++++++ Social Media Stuff: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/60cyclehum/ Discord: https://discord.gg/nNue5mPvZX Instagram and Twitter @60cyclehum TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@60cyclehum? Hire us for Demos and other marketing opportunities https://60cyclehumcast.com/marketing-packages/ #60cyclehum #guitar #guitars #shameflute
Ritchie “the amp guy” Fliegler is a notable guitarist, author, and at one time an evangelist for both Marshall Amplification and Fender Musical Instruments. As a guitarist, he has worked with John Waite, Lou Reed, John Cale, Tom Verlaine, Johnny Copeland, and Alice Cooper. As an author on the subject of guitar his articles have appeared in several trade magazines, but he is most widely known for two phenomenal titles that every guitarist needs to own; Amps! The Other Half of Rock n Roll, and The Complete Guide to Guitar and Amp Maintenance: A Practical Manual for Every Guitar Player. For several years he served under the famed Jim Marshall before moving over to Fender where his tenure ran from the mid-90's through the early 2000's. Ritchie's passion for the guitar and the music made by it has taken him on a journey he never could have expected, but one that he is humbled by and grateful for every day. Full Episode HERE: https://soundcloud.com/roadiefreeradio/133-ritchie-fliegler-guitarist
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!The guys reflect on last week's guest appearance from the GristleMeister Greg Koch and Richard has already ordered a beanie. The guys then talk about the news from Chase Bliss and Cooper FX and Blake has some insights into the origins and back story of the deal - some of which sound very familiar to the situation Brian found himself in. Brian then gives us some insight into the inner workings of a pedal company and the things that excite him about the business. Fender have bought Presonus in a move that brings them firmly into the world of DAW software and hi tech music production hardware so the guys talk about what this may or may not mean before flying off on a total tangent. Brian then tells us about a video that Mike from Analogman posted showing him destroying fake King of Tone pedals which caused some controversy on the internet. JHS bought out their take on the classic RAT circuit with their new multi rat pedal and Brian gives us a view on the technology with a wry look at some of the criticism that has been unfairly piled on JHS. Richard then imagines an ultimate fighting competition between Josh and Brian and it just gets very silly. Robot Tuners (AGAIN), Internet Armchairs, Wampler bedspreads, Wish suggestions, the 27 club...it's all in this week's Chasing Tone! We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)DIY mods:https://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)
This week's episode features the highly respected first-call session bassist Sean Hurley. What does it take to get to that spot as a professional musician and have your work heard on literally thousands of songs and soundtracks world wide? It's not always what you expect. Sean breaks all of it down in for host Josh Paul with a highly engaging, informative, and entertaining walk through his process, experiences, and the knowledge of the craft he's acquired over the years. There's plenty of great gear talk, too—from strings and pedals to the creation of his signature Fender Custom Shop bass.
This week, Emily and Andrew talk about how great of an insult "go fly a kite" is, Andrew's new pickups, the tragedy at Astrowold and why it isn't the crowd's fault, and Fender's purchase of Presonus. Sponsored by Caroline Guitar Company Watch The Pedal Movie: http://thepedalmovie.com/ Like the podcast? Support us on Patreon for some sweet perks! We have merch, including additions to our For Fuzz Sake lineup! Get some, get SOME. Outro song is “Little Pink Room” by Michelle Sullivan and the All Night Boys (feat. Emily on guitar) Support Get Offset by... Shopping on Reverb.com: https://reverb.grsm.io/getoffset7407 Shopping on Sweetwater: https://imp.i114863.net/GetOffset Subscribing on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getoffset Shopping our Merch: https://getoffsetpodcast.com/shop/ Saving 7% on Your DistroKid Account for the First Year: http://distrokid.com/vip/getoffset Leaving us a review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple
We discuss the news that Fender has made plans to acquire PreSonus, and dig up an interview from the Scoring Notes archive with CEO Jim Boitnott about Notion, the PreSonus notation software that was an early pioneer for both its focus on playback and for its iPad app.
Tune in for a new chapter of TAVA, where Skip and Jason Zoom through your tube amp and cooking questions with our highest fidelity yet (thanks to our friends at Shure for sending us that MV7...and to Mrs. Simmons for figuring it out). This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Special podcast offers: Use the discount code TAVA10 to get 10% off all orders at amplifiedparts.com through November 13, 2021. Be a part of the first-ever, last-ever TAVA Cookbook: Email us your favorite recipe ever and we'll add it to our forthcoming, free PDF eBook, just in time for the holidays. Some of the topics discussed this week: :31 Skip puts the trem in the PA head 1:50 RIP Pat Martino 4:08 Green El Pato enchilada sauce 6:19 Swapping the 6C4 for a 6J6 on a Bogen CHB-50 10:05 A Magnatone vibrato pedal 12:58 A Princeton Reverb clone with a single-note rattle 16:00 Glossary according to Skip: Bypass cap; Baxandall, bright cap 23:17 A late '50s Epiphone Century aka Gibson GA-20T in disguise (see our Instagram) 26:23 More on amp hum 28:21 A '56 Fender Champ or a '60? 31:07 Shoutout Bob at Brookwood Leather (link) 32:14 New boutique amps worth seeking; McClostone; Hamstead 37:23 Typewriters, again 38:24 Giveaway: A La Tosca accordion 39:36 Jason's plan to keep the typewriters typing (free business idea); They Might Be Giants 'Book' (redux, link) 42:48 Finding a clean tone American amp in Norway; silverface Twins 45:49 Why does the primary impedance run high on 6L6 tubes on PA heads; repairing vintage transformers 50:45 Why amps in the '80s and '90s got power transformer replacements; Gibson GA-1RT (YouTube link) 55:10 Looking for a Danelectro Virtuoso schematic; what to do with an butchered amp with no available schematic; Sierra Nevada Old Chico beer 59:36 Guitarist Bobby Eli; the sound of Philadelphia; Vinnie Bell; 'A House on Fire' (Amazon link) 1:02:18 What happens in a tube amp? 1:05:57 Guitarist Pasquale Grasso Co-hosted by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
Episode 401 is brought to you by... Big Ear Pedals: https://www.bigearpedals.com/ Chase Bliss Audio: https://www.chaseblissaudio.com/ Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast click clicky 00:00 What are the dumbest things we never realized before? 19:50 A 420 Bass 36:10 What's new? 47:15 Lego and Fender team up and we don't hate it 55:19 Tokai This week's song was sent by Drew Eicholtz and is called "The Stephen Song" **************************** 60CH on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast Buy Something with our affiliate links: Buy a Shirt - https://teespring.com/stores/60-cycle-hum Sweetwater: https://imp.i114863.net/rMb1D Thomann: https://www.thomannmusic.com?offid=1&affid=405 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaUKKO Ebay: https://ebay.to/2UlIN6z Reverb: https://reverb.grsm.io/60cyclehum Cool Patch Cables: https://www.tourgeardesigns.com/discount/60cyclehum +++++++++++++++++++++ Social Media Stuff: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/60cyclehum/ Discord: https://discord.gg/nNue5mPvZX Instagram and Twitter @60cyclehum TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@60cyclehum? Hire us for Demos and other marketing opportunities https://60cyclehumcast.com/marketing-packages/ #60cyclehum #guitar #guitars #shameflute
Producer and musician John Vanderslice returns to the Truth About Vintage Amps Podcast with Skip Simmons. This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Special podcast offers: Use the discount code TAVA to get free domestic shipping through October 31, 2021 on any speaker at jupiter-speakers.com. Use the discount code TAVA10 to get 10% off all orders at amplifiedparts.com through November 13, 2021. Some of the topics discussed this week: 8:40 Special guest: Musician/producer John Vanderslice returns! dEATh bUg, CRYSTALS; running Tiny Telephone studio during COVID, getting double-vaxxed, staying motivated, tape vs. digital recordings, Forssell converters, the four-track pre-amp used by Mk.Gee on Dijon's new song (YouTube link), Ritchie Blackmore uses an AKAI tape deck, Gibson Falcons, Peter Jensen's Magnovox speakers, Schoeps CMC and MK4 microphones, Neve 31102, Shure 565, Bogen RP2 mic-pre, Stromberg-Carlson AV38, Yamaha NS-10s as mics, Frank Sinatra, Vanderslice's Spotify Playlists (link) 1:06:43 Recommended Reading: They Might Be Giants' BOOK (order link), "I Broke My Own Rule" (YouTube link); Warren Ellis' 'Nina Simone's Gum' (Amazon link) 1:11:38 How to interview prospective amp techs 1:19:32 Making a copy of a Magnatone 210 with a jack socket on either side of the vibrato circuit; Kewpie Japanese mayonnaise 1:21:56 The Fender Champ 12's speaker-driven reverb (revisited), peppers in a cast iron pan 1:27:42 Bridging a Fender tube amp 1:30:46 Optimizing a Stromberg-Carlson AU-42 for guitar; 'Look Me in the Eye' by (Amazon link), old olive orchards 1:38:49 Fixing goop'd amps (Joe Bonamassa's Instagram link) 1:42:24 Eric Daw (Fret Files Podcast, luthier, Gibson handle MacGyver) 1:43:56 Blown Marshall output transformer (JCM800 2303) 1:46:09 Outboard reverb and trem units: Weber's ReVibe and TorVibe 1:47:47 Jumpered Marshall amps and La Costena & El Pato Frijoles (email us for the recipe) 1:52:08 Steve Dawson (Music Makes & Soul Shakers); a 1953 Fender Deluxe (5B3) with a sweet spot at 4; troubleshooting a dud Deluxe clone 1:58:57 Ohsawa organic tamari; availalbe: An SVT bass amp in Oroville, California, a single-ended Knight PA head at Skip's, and a Vox Cambridge Reverb Co-hosted by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
Famed guitar dealer Rudy Pensa (Rudy's Music!) joins us on this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast to talk about one of the world's most noteworthy guitar collections ever assembled, Scott Chinery's Blue Guitar Collection. In the mid-1990s, inspired by the blue Centura Deluxe he ordered from Jimmy D'Aquisto, Chinery commissioned twenty-plus archtop guitar makers to do their own take on a "blue" guitar, all using the same finish tint. Famed builders like Kim Walker, Linda Manzer, Tom Ribbecke, Bill Collings and Bob Benedetto were included, along with contributions from Gibson and Fender. The Blue Guitars would eventually be showcased at the Smithsonian and be the subject of a book, Blue Guitar. With Chinery's passing in 2000, the guitars have been out of sight but Rudy, at the request of the Chinery estate, is now auctioning off the collection (including the D'Aquisto) as a single lot. We talk to Pensa about the guitar collection, his personal love for archtops (dating back to when he was a child in Argentina) and much more. The Blue Guitar Collection can be seen in its entirety at Rudy's site here, including videos featuring Jason Isbell, Joe Bonamassa and David Broza playing the guitars. It's also available for viewing at Rudy's store. https://www.rudysmusicbluecollection.com The Fretboard Journal's 48th issue is now available. Click here to read up on it and start your digital or print subscription. Don't forget, we now host an entire family of podcasts, about everything from lutherie to home recording: Luthier on Luthier; The Truth About Vintage Amps; The Truth About Recording & Mixing; Acoustic Voices; and Sweep the Floor.