This week's episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. This episode was also sponsored by Sinasoid. The Slate is Sinasoid's signature cable. It's super beefy and slightly tacky for a feel love by industry pros and touring musicians. Lastly this episode was sponsored by Chase Bliss Audio. CBA just put out the Thermae Analog Delay, a completely different approach to the analog delay. Check out Ryan's demo on YouTube.
This week Ryan talks about getting back into the flip game. Steve talks about seeing Hanson again, and the fact that he has to ship more crap for Ryan.
1. Matchless amps
2. Ryan and Steve discuss their nightmare rigs
3. Is this a good Gibson deal?
4. Steve and Ryan talk about their dream rigs
5. Fender Combo Tape Player?
This week's song was sent by Rob Nordvik. He's in a band called Help Project, a Beatles tribute band. This is their take on "We Can Work it Out".
266 - DIY and/or DIE
265 - Do the Dirty for a Dumble
264 - Real Plastic Guitars
263 - Pick It Up!
262 - Dude Process
261e - Black 35 Guitars - AD WEEK
261d - Heavy Mod Tele AD WEEK
261c - Big Muff AD WEEK
261b - Yazz Bass - AD WEEK
261a - $57 Bass Amp - AD WEEK
260 - Best and Worst of NAMM 2019 (and celebrating 5 years of this sort of thing)
259 - Hum/Slum post NAMM nonsense (part 1)
258 - Low end out the rear
257 - Imagine New Memes
256 - Stereo Deverb
255 - Bend over and touch your knobs
254 - Off topic and it feels so good
253 - Boxes of Bummers
252 - Fresh Enough For Me
251 - Jennings Guitars and Brown Liquor
Switched on Pop
Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam
All Songs Considered
Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
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