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In this episode Ryan talks about how he ordered a bunch of Harley Benton guitars from Thomann. He doesn't even know how many he's getting!
1. Roto neck
2. Ryan and Steve take a time machine through musical history to change lives
3. half guitar
4. Travel amps: Why the boom and what would we do?
5. Hard Rock Casino can't spell
This week's song was sent by Leon Wright. The band is called Hogan and the song is called "What's that? Never heard of 'em"
252 - Fresh Enough For Me
251 - Jennings Guitars and Brown Liquor
250 - Vertex / Hot Take
249 - Robot Rights
248 - Nugent Vs. Urban
247 - The Big TWO FOUR SEVEN
246 - A Fistful of Testicles
SD Guitar Podcast Fest : Feat Brian, Sean & Ryan
245 : Part Casters Blasters
244 - Steve Goes Solo
243 - Put it in your thing
242 - Just another episode
241 - Pure Parts Perspective
240 - Seven Minutes in Guitar Heaven
Bonus content - Are Gibson Guitars TOO EXPENSIVE?
239 - Steve pulls it out
238 - Reggae for Aliens
237 - Such Harley, Much Benton
236 - Rock Blocker
235 - Merit Based Corporate Structure
Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin
All Songs Considered
Tiny Desk Concerts - Audio
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