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The High Gain

By Ed Peterson and John Kieltyka

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Description

Hosts Ed Peterson and John Kieltyka tell barely credible stories about guitars, randomly describing the people, places and events surrounding the birth of each instrument.

Customer Reviews

Like a fine kombucha

Its like commuting to work each day with two buddies who like to drink beverages, talk about guitars and maybe do some research. Great fun. Would try again.

A breath of fresh air in the podcast landscape.

This podcast has amazing energy. So many other podcasts meander aimlessly through 5 or so topics. With each one taking 45 minutes forcing you, the listener, to let your mind drift wondering if this is worth it. “Why am I listening to this?” You think. “What has my life come to?” “Was there another reason my ex broke up with me? She said it was about her and not about me, but maybe if I hadn’t gained those extra 15 pounds we’d still be together. Am I better off without her? I’m 26 and still living with my parents while she’s dating a 58 year old community college teacher.” Not this podcast. This podcast is snappy. There’s no time for self reflection here. Straight to the topic. The good stuff. Other podcasts serve you three baskets of hard day-old bread, followed by 2 different salads, then the la k luster meal. This podcast gives it to you fresh. Medium rare steak (as God intended) green beans, and a loaded baked potato, are the first and only plate here.
No need for fluff. No need for frills. Straight to the point.
5 I’ll just sleep my depression away nights out of 5.

The best?

Easily the best drink podcast with a guitar problem ever created by people of Swedish extraction in West Seattle. I’m waiting for the bubble tea and tiesco episode.

The High Gain
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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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