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. Ryan got a wiring setup for his SG from them and it looks fantastic. Maybe someday he will install it. This episode was also brought to you by Walrus Audio. We recently did a demo of their revamp of the Luminary Quad Octave Generator. It's a rad pedal with some great adjustments on this update. Lastly this episode is brought to you by the folks at Sinasoid. Every Tuesday Sinasoid rolls out a Tech Flex special. This deal on a pre-made cable is perfect for folks thatget overwhelmed with too many Tech Flex options. Go check it out today!
This episode Ryan talks about the new camera equipment we're using the put the podcast on Youtube and use for other "on the go" production needs.
1. 64 Jazzmaster
2. Ryan and Steve discuss a what point of historic value should a guitar not be dismantled and sold for parts.
3. A collection of Squier 51s
4. Food on stage. What are the best and worst foods to eat while performing
This week's music was sent by Matt Chittum and is called "Starry Night (By the Sea)"
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
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?
Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin
All Songs Considered
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