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60 Cycle Hum: The Guitar Podcast!

241 – Pure Parts Perspective

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This episode was brought to you by Sinasoid. If you’re listening to this on a Monday, then tomorrow is Tech Tuesday, where you can get great deals on pre-selected cable and Techflex combinations. Go check it out right now! This week’s episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. If you need a wiring harness but you’re not exactly sure what you want, shoot them an email and they will talk you through a ton of options. It’s awesome!

In this episode Steve talks about the 1981 Inventions DRV. Ryan talks about getting a box full of pickups from Big Ear Pedals‘ Grant Wilson. 

Pictures of stuff

1. This Tele is a Duesy

2. What would you buy if you made $600 busking? (video of kid)

3. Stratocaster with a neck crack

4. Do clearances devalue the brand?

5. Vulgar logos

This week’s song was sent by Sven Nyström from the band Lödånger and is called “Yxan”.

240 – Seven Minutes in Guitar Heaven

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. The Slate is Sinasoid’s signature cable. It’s super beefy and slightly tacky for a feel love by industry pros and touring musicians. Ryan uses it in his home studio all the time and it’s great!

Weird…there’s nothing to talk about up front here. Apparently Steve and Ryan got right to the action.

Pictures of stuff

1. King Steam Punk

2. Ryan and Steve talk about what gear they can hear the difference from.

3. Hamer Slammer

4. Steve and Ryan discuss what rigs they’d want to spend 30 minutes playing with.

5. Keybass

This week’s music was sent in by Joey Jaworski from the band These Bridges. The song is called “Hallways”

 

Bonus content – Are Gibson Guitars TOO EXPENSIVE?

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Bonus content – Are Gibson Guitars TOO EXPENSIVE?

239 – Steve pulls it out

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This episode was brought to you by Walrus Audio. They just released the Defcon 4 Ryan Adams signature pedal. The Defcon 4 is an ultra-versatile tone shaping device. Check out Ryan’s demo. This week’s episode is also sponsored by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Whether you’re looking for something modern for your Strat or something classic for your Les Paul, Gunstreet has the team to provide you with expert advice on getting the right wiring kit for you. This episode was also sponsored by Sinasoid. The Slate is Sinasoid’s signature cable. It’s super beefy and slightly tacky for a feel love by industry pros and touring musicians.

In this episode Ryan talks about how he killed a Visual Sound 1Spot and features the Mosky D250 he just picked up. Steve talks about pulling out his Stratocaster for the first time in a long time and announces that he jumped on the 1981 Inventions DRV train.

Pictures of stuff

1. Truss covers

2. Snark has new picks?

3. Tenor conversion

4. Ryan and Steve pull back the curtain in regards to YouTube gear demos

5. Loaded 51 body

This week’s song was sent by James Zap and is called “The Other Half”.

238 – Reggae for Aliens

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This episode was brought to you by Walrus Audio. They just released the Defcon 4 Ryan Adams signature pedal. The Defcon 4 is an ultra-versatile tone shaping device. Check out Ryan’s demo. This episode is also brought to you by Sinasoid. If you’re looking for solderless cables in a wide variety of color options, go check out the selection at Sinasoid. It’s incredible!

Steve and Ryan talk about the death of the Wheel of Pedals. Steve talks about the thing he bought from Sweetwater.

Pictures of things

1. MIC MIA Fender

2. What’s the difference between a boutique builder and a manufacturer?

3. 200 guitars for sale

4. What music would you play for aliens?

5. Axe bass

This week’s song was sent by Ben Bleichrodt of Two and a half Leagues. The song is called “Two Long Weeks”

237 – Such Harley, Much Benton

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This week’s episode is sponsored by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Whether you’re looking for something modern for your Strat or something classic for your Les Paul, Gunstreet has the team to provide you with expert advice on getting the right wiring kit for you. This episode was also sponsored by Sinasoid. If you can’t find options in Sinasoid Store or their Build-a-Cable section, trying sending an email to their Custom Shop to get some options that aren’t so off the shelf. 

In this week’s episode Ryan talks about the Harley Benton guitars he just picked up. Steve talks about his Gunstreet kits.

Pictures of things

1. Burned Mustang

2. Topic Grab Bag

3. Franken Screamer

4. What do you need to record while on the road?

5. Red hollowbody

This week’s music was sent by Positive Citizen and is called “Caution”

 

236 – Rock Blocker

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This week’s episode is sponsored by SolidGoldFX. If you’re in the market for an envelope filter, the Funkzilla is the answer. We don’t have a demo on our channel at time of publishing, but there will be one soon. This episode was also sponsored by Yellowcake Pedals. Ryan just demoed their Furry and Fried fuzz/overdrive dual pedal. It’s pretty awesome! This week’s episode is also sponsored by Sinasoid. You like Techflex? You should, and since you should, you should also like Sinasoid. They have a crazy number of Techflex options available for addition to your custom cable order.

Steve has nothing new to say. Ryan talks about using the Nux Solid Studio live in concert with the Nux Wireless guitar plug.

Pictures, yo.

1. Apple Red Blues Jr

2. Is Ernie Ball/MusicMan taking over the guitar world? 

3. Midnight Flippin’ Cowboy

4. What did child Ryan and child Steve thing about music?

5. Lost Bet

This week’s music was sent by Jake Fields and is called “Good Vibez”

235 – Merit Based Corporate Structure

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We promote instrument and patch cables a ton, but did you know Sinasoid makes the Sasquatch series of super rugged speaker cables and power cables? Go see what they’ve got today! This episode was also sponsored by Yellowcake Pedals. Ryan just demoed their Furry and Fried fuzz/overdrive dual pedal. Lastly this week’s episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community.

This week Ryan and Steve introduce the new, cool producer Gairy. Ryan updates everyone on his trashed kitchen and Steve discusses his progress in flipping a pedal board.

Pictures of things

1. Vintage 345

2. Ryan and Steve talk the feasibility of making a virtual band

3. Vintage tuner

4. Gibson is looking for a CEO. What do the guys think they should look for?

5. NCC-1701-A Epiphone

This week’s song was submitted by Chris Carter and is called “^0CH Mixdown”.

234 – Dumb Headstocks and Playing piano on guitar

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This episode was brought to you by Sinasoid. If you’re listening to this on a Monday, then tomorrow is Tech Tuesday! Go check it out right now! This episode was sponsored by SolidGoldFX. Ryan just recorded a demo of the Apollo II Phaser. Go check it out! Lastly this episode was brought to you by Chase Bliss Audio. Chase Bliss Audio has a whole line up of super-versatile analog pedals. By combining a digital brain with an analog heart, CBA has broken the idea that analog pedals have to be simple.

This week Steve delves into the wiring kits that Gunstreet sent for his Telecaster. Ryan talks about converting his Epiphone to play like a slide guitar.

Pictures and what not

1. Orange Pine Telecaster

2. Ryan and Steve talk about pedals they’ve bought only to learn they didn’t really need/like.

3. Headstock mounted pickup

4. Orange OMEC Teleport interface

5. Middle finger headstock

This week’s song was sent by Ian Ferguson and is called “Tendrils Entwined”

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