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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. They will be at the Tacoma Guitar Festival April 21st and 22nd, 2018. If you’re in the area, pay them a visit and tell them we sent you! This episode was also brought to you by Flower Pedals. Their Indiegogo campaign is live now which means you can pre-order pedals at discounted prices. If you’re looking for tremolo, overdrive, boost or octave, check out that pre-order! Lastly, this episode was brought to you by Sinasoid, sort of. Squatch Design is ramping up with a set of beautiful wood pedal boards at great prices. Oh, did I mention this company is also run by the Sinasoid guys, which means you’re going to get the same type of support and service that you’ve already come to expect. Head over to their site to learn so much more!

 

In this week’s episode Steve and Ryan start off with talking about Steve’s new pedal, the DOD Gunslinger. Ryan talks about the results of the Nanolog WaveFunction contest. 

Pictures, yes?

1. Horse Guitar

2. Ryan and Steve discuss putting Bigsby vibratos on offset-style guitars

3. Hello, kitty

4. Why is Fender set to succeed now and in the future? 

5. Open up that back

This week’s song was sent by Matthew Kauffmann of Flower Pedals and is called “Redundant Picnic Zone”