467 - New PRS guitar and Bucket Brigade envy
Brian, Richard, and, (checks notes), Jake are back for an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!
Blake is away to Sweetwater for some sort of content creator jamboree so we are blessed to be joined by the giant intellect of Jake Steffes, Wampler's top engineer, and he has some grievances to air. Richard is intrigued to hear about Jake's early years, how he got into electronics and how he wound up making awesome pedals via Brian's legendary deck and fishpond.
Brian and Richard have a genius idea for a new sport. Sorry, not genius, whats the word I'm looking for? Idiotic. Yes Idiotic. The guys then take a look at the history of one of Wampler's best selling pedals, the Ethereal, which was one of Jakes proudest achievements at the time despite the challenges of the limited interface. Richard also drops a large hint before Brian completely destroys him.
Paul Reed Smith have announced the Myles Kennedy signature guitar which looks somewhat like a telecaster, and so the guys talk about it. Richard is currently not a fan of the aesthetics, but he may be swayed as time heals all shocks, and admits he would be up for trying one. There is some Bass talk, and there is band talk, because Jake happens to be a fantastic player in an awesome band! The guys then look at the topology of the new Boss delay machine and Jake breaks down what he loves about it in an almost on-topic section of the podcast.
4 legged transistors, StupidGPT, Circuit board saw, Terraformalayverbstortion, Flying Figs, the 18 inch pedal, Lockjaw, we love BBDs, Zucc vs Musk...it's all in this week's Chasing Tone!
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