This is a growing list of all our friends and sponsors that have helped the show grow to what it is and what it will be.
Best Friends Creative: Ryan and Adam’s video production company. BFC makes a lot of the demos and extra 60 Cycle Hum media possible.
The man behind Chase Bliss is a mad scientist. What’s that? You need to control every parameter of your tremolo, phaser or delay? Then Chase Bliss has the pedal that you need.
Walrus Audio makes a ton of pedals. They range from simple to complex and all of them are fantastic.
If you’re tired of trying different strings, then get a string subscription from Gear Supply and call it a day.
Gear Tube! It’s an app for your smartphone that only has Gear Videos! Its a great way to find new guitar content you didn’t even know about with out all the other junk you dont care about on Youtube!
Old Town Guitars built the instrument cables featured in many of our YouTube demos. Located in Austin, Old Town Guitars also does instrument and amp repair and pedalboard wiring
Barefoot Buttons don’t just make your pedals playable when you don’t want to wear shoes, but they change the height of your switches, making it easier to stomp on those pedals that live in tight spaces.
The McCaffrey Audio Fusion was the first compressor we ever tried. Now McCaffrey has a bigger lineup of high quality guitar effects.
Blake makes this awesome podcast where he interviews industry people. He interviewed us too. I think that makes us legit.
Hosted by Paul Rhoney of Rhoney Guitars and Sully from Sully’s Guitar Garage, the Lutherist (2.0) is the premier podcast about guitar construction.