This podcast covers recording and producing my own album, jam night etiquette, keeping your pedals simple, fake D’Addario strings on eBay, Fender discontinuing the American Series Stratocasters, and lots more.
This intheblues tone podcast was taken from a 3 hour live Google+ hangout on YouTube last Sunday. The chat starts out with Shane and Steve and then we’re joined by Hutch and about 6 other nice folks. We talk about the Martin acoustic guitar factory, PRS private stock guitars, amplifiers, pedals, and loads more.
This stream chats about the new Klon clean boost pedal, the peavey bandit, my new channel on YouTube, and lots more.
This podcast covers a range of topics from the GAS documentary release, my new Stratocaster, future live streams, the new JJ Cale style album, and lots more.
This podcast takes a look at the crazy price of the Klon Centaur overdrive pedal, PCB vs Hand wired amplifiers, Tips and tricks producing YouTube videos, and lots more.
This podcast is the audio from today’s Google+ hangout live stream on YouTube. We had a mix of guests including David, Steve, Aaron, Nick, and Hutch. If you wish to be on the live stream please contact me via email. This is a two hour discussion and by the 20 minute mark the chat is full of guests.
This podcast discusses the whole road worn thing with electric guitars, amps I’ve had a chance to test out, killer guitars from New Zealand, and lots more.
This podcast is the live Google+ hangout on YouTube from March 5, 2016. It features Nick in the States from YouTube, David (Freaking Prawn), Paul from New Zealand, and Mr Kareem from Tasmania, Australia. You can watch the entire thing here – Video.
This podcast is the live YouTube Google+ hangout chat we had almost two weeks ago (Feb 16, 2016). It’s taken me a while to get this 3 hour podcast down to size but here it is. The chat starts out with David and I and then we end up with 7 or 8 guests. I hope you enjoy this live stream podcast.
This podcast covers a range of topics from what’s coming up on my channel, the recording process, swapping to a mac from PC, a sample of a new song from my next album, and the benefits of learning to record if you’re a musician.