476 - Nashville Connections and Cascading Gain Circuits!
Brian, Blake, and Richard are back for an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!
Brian and Blake come at Richard with some stereotyping and then Richard confesses he has been listening to some country music and some classic American rock. Is this a negative reality inversion? Meanwhile Blake tells us about a recent vacation where he got to play a guitar that needed serious setup. Brian asks about Richard's DIY and immediately regrets at least some of it and we soon discover its now turned into a bonafide addiction and a risk of fire. It's like Brian has opened up a whole new world for Richard as he babbles away about J201s and resistor values.
A video of Van Halen performing in the UK in the 1980s surfaced for about 24 hours and there was an insane Eddie solo that the guys talk about prior to discussing the restoration of another classic rock film. Meanwhile Brian's been to Nashville to hang out with the legendary Brent Mason and tells us about his preparations for the Andy Wood 'Woodshed Guitar Experience' - which he is definitely excited about. Blake ruminates about next year's NAMM.
Fender have lifted their UK prices which has caused some consternation, and this leads on to some conversation about some new special edition guitars. Blake gives us some logical reasons for Fenders pricing strategy. Have you ever had much experience with flying with a guitar? How did that work out for you? Brian tells us a tale and the guys chat about different strategies for travelling long distance with your guitar.
Bonnie Raitt, Calming flute music, Symmetrical clipping, Internet wit, Mountain facts, Livestock pricing...it's all in this week's Chasing Tone!
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