474 - Profiling explained and a DIY pedal beginner seeks Brian's help
Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!
Blake has an anecdote about the Dave Matthews band which he shares with the guys while Richard talks about Threads and an advert that uses the same piece of stock music as this show does. Brian recalls the time he met Hartley Peavey, Blake worries about the provenance of his hat, and Richard talks about the new Jake. E. Lee signature amp from Dave Friedman which he very much loves.
How do you set the whammy bar up on your 'Strat? Richard asks the question because he saw a great tip on the interwebs and wants to share it with the listeners, but has to struggle agains certain negative attitudes towards said instrument. Meanwhile, Brian rants in silence while the guys hurl insults at him. The guys then look at the myth of the backplate and whether it is acoustically or electrically significant and Richard is getting into DIY pedals. Brian give his some helpful tips on soldering and breadboarding and general DIY advice. Let's see how much Richard listens to him...
Would you rather have a really rubbish amp or a really rubbish guitar? The guys chat about this and about how important the right cab can be while Brian struggles to think of a name for a Wah pedal. Again. Brian also confesses he has a collection of domains and this baffles Richard, who has fallen in love with a new Jazzmaster guitar and is also thinking about the Tone-X pedal. Origin has released a new Klon clone and Brian tells us a bit about the history of the Tumnus Deluxe before he and Richard drop some huge hints about a new release.
Peavey on the Teevee, Mon Chat, Ear protection, Steve Lukather, Megadeth disappointment, Steve Martin, Mustard crimes...it's all in this week's Chasing Tone!
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