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Ryan is out of town for #TGU18, but the show must go on. Steve pulls a favor from The Tone Jerks to get a couple co-hosts and put out some sweet content. Brian and Kyle talk about their upcoming 80s tribute show. Steve talks about signing up for a half-marathon. But enough about that...
1. James Tyler Variax Prototype
2. The guys talk about their favorite guitar and bass tones from whole albums
3. Wish bass
4. The guys talk about how to break out of a songwriting rut?
5. The one that Brian sent in
This week's song is from Brian and Kyle's band, Plane without a Pilot and is called "My Darling"
267 - Spooky Ghost Amp
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
Switched on Pop
Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam
All Songs Considered
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