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By Blake Wyland: Guitar Player, Gear Nerd, and Tone Hound

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Blake Wyland, guitar nut and the main man behind the scenes at, sits down and chats with various characters in the guitar gear world. We talk good guitar tone, effects, amps, and how people go about creating the sound of their dreams. Guests vary from boutique builders, to the musicians rocking the tools of tone. Loaded with info and buffoonery, if you love guitars, you'll love the show! Happy listening and thanks for checking it out!

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Informative and interesting!

So far the best guitar gear podcast I have sampled. Covers things like how did the company get started, how did the founders get into building gear, some specific products and details about how they were developed, al in a friendly conversation format. Well done!

Equally Enjoyable and Frustrating

First, let me just say that Blake (the host) seems like a really nice guy. I'm glad he's providing a forum for guitar gear makers to share their stories, which are often very interesting, and the sound quality is excellent. However, he could use a lot of work in terms of being a host based on the three four episodes I've listened to. Blake tends to ask the same questions to all of his guests (including "What is your favorite kind of pizza?", which honestly no one cares about) as if he's reading them off of a template. Thankfully, he often asks questions submitted by the Facebook group which tend to be more interesting than his own. I wish he would take more time in advance of each episode to specifically tailor questions to the guest in question. Also, Blake's banter almost never moves the conversation forward. Usually if he has something to say after the guest answers his question, the guest often awkwardly reponds with, "Yeah". One of his stock responses tends to be something along the lines of, "Yeah, you're not just putting out another tube screamer". Like I said before, major kudos to Blake for doing this podcast. I just wish he would spend more time developing his question content, conversation skills, and confidence as a podcast host.


This is a nice “pedals! Oh look, squirrel!, and pizza...” kinda pace with excellent content and a creative style. Podcast: The Show About Guitar Tone and The People Behind It
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  • Language: English

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