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60 Cycle Hum: The Guitar Podcast!

216 – Fender Mustang Telecaster

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. If you’re looking for a solderless cable kit, Sinasoid has G&H kits in stock now! This episode was also brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. Whether you’re looking to go vintage or something a little more creative, Gunstreet has the custom wiring options for you. 

Steve and Ryan didn’t have anything new to say this week

Pictures of things

1. Fender

2. Ford

3. Mustang

4. Tele

5. Caster

This week’s song was sent by Ben Walker of the Rejectioneers. This song is called “Get So Mad”

215 – Purpleheart

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We talk about Sinasoid a lot on this show, but maybe we haven’t talked about a cable option that you want to see. That’s where the Sinasoid Custom Shop comes in. Check out their Build-Your-Own Cable section or send them an email to see if they can build the cable of your dreams today!’

In this episode Steve and Ryan talk about some gear they bought, but have to wait awhile to get. Steve bought The Ch3mist from Matthews Effects and Ryan bought the Plasma from Gamechanger Audio

Pictures of things

1. Singing Bowls

2. Steve and Ryan compile a list of guitar gear that any public library should have.

3. The world’s first electric bass

4. Ryan and Steve answer a question about beer, then discuss if they hate each other

5. Purple heart guitar

This week’s song was sent in by Ben Walker of the Rejectioneers. The song is called “Way too Hard”.

214 – Put it in your pants!

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. Did you know Sinasoid has a huge selection of Techflex on hand? Sometimes if you ask nice, they can get even more options on request! Go see all the beautiful colors today! This episode was also brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. Whether you’re looking to go vintage or something a little more creative, Gunstreet has the custom wiring options for you. 

This week Ryan and Steve talk about Ryan’s Bullet Mustang refinish and Steve’s Fender 70’s Reissue Stratocaster trade.

Here’s some pictures of things

1. Aero dBuz Cables

2. Steve and Ryan discuss: Are V1 pedal sales worth it?

3. Here’s a guitar player on a guitar

4. Ryan talks about his worst mod experiences.

5. Electric guitar?

This week’s song was sent by Isaiah Dominguez and is called “No Matter Where”

213 – Such and Such Whatever

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We promote instrument and patch cables a ton, but did you know Sinasoid also has super rugged speaker cables and power cables? Go see what they’ve got today!

This week Ryan and Steve dig a little deeper into the crazy that is the Fenler amp. 

Here’s some pictures of things

1. Jaguar

2. Steve and Ryan talk about the new lineup of pedals from Fender

3. ESP Bundle

4. Is jazz the future of guitar in pop music? Let’s talk about it

5. BOSS Xtortion

This week’s song was sent by Tyson Brinacombe and is a cover of Daniel Johnston’s “Walking the Cow”

212 – One brand boards and thoughts on Heritage guitars

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We promote instrument and patch cables a ton, but did you know Sinasoid also has super rugged speaker cables and power cables? Go check them out now! This episode was also brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. Whether you’re looking to go vintage or something a little more creative, Gunstreet has the custom wiring options for you. 

This week Steve and Ryan give a long overdue update on the Fender De Luxe Reverb head. Ryan talks about a couple guitars he just picked up. 

Here’s some pictures I guess.

1. Squier J5 for folks who LOVE GOLD

2. Ryan and Steve build complete pedal boards using only a single brand’s wares

3. Need a vintage Fender cabinet?

4. Heritage guitars lost 14 employees recently. Ryan and Steve weigh in on what that might say about the industry.

5. Revenge of the Foot Clan

This week’s song was sent by Brian Gower from the band Plane Without a Pilot. The song is called “Cutting Ties, Cutting Losses”

 

Guitar Mod Contest Results!

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Ryan and Steve sit down and finalize the 60 Cycle Hum Guitar Mod Contest. If you want to follow along at home here’s a link to the Google Drive folder with all the images

211 – A convenient time to cut my fingers off

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. Right now Sinasoid has the Sliver cable back in stock. The Sliver has the smallest jack size for any patch canle that we’ve ever seen. We also routinely forget that Sinasoid sells solderless kits. Go check them out right now!

Here’s another episode where Ryan and Steve sit down with Nick Pourfard from Prisma Guitars. They talk about speaker sales and Steve’s listing of his Godin Radiator on Craigslist.

Here’s pictures

1. The Juice is loose

2. Nick talks about his hand

3. Guitar copier device

4. Steel amp

This week’s song was sent by Benjamin Rockwell from the band White Walls and is called “A Stroll Through the Dark”.

210 – Hanging out with Nick from Prisma Guitars (and Steve fights a snake)

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. Right now Sinasoid has the Sliver cable back in stock. The Sliver has the smallest jack size for any patch canle that we’ve ever seen. We also routinely forget that Sinasoid sells solderless kits. Go check them out right now! This episode was also sponsored by Nanolog Audio. Nanolog is putting carbon nanotransistors into their pedals to create unique sounds, and, as they put it, let “the tone in your head by heard.”

In this episode Ryan and Steve sit down with Nick Pourfard from Prisma Guitars. In “What’s New” they talk about Music Area cases, the 10 Steps Further podcast and the Wrought Iron Effects Kaiburr

You like pictures right?

1. Dragon stand

2. Nick tells us about what’s going on with Prisma Guitars

3. VW Guitar – What car would you want the guitar version of? 

This week’s song was sent by Scott Toolin of RST Custom Effects. The song is called “Believe”.

209 – Professional VS. Amateur Pedals

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This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. Right now Sinasoid has the Sliver cable back in stock. The Sliver has the smallest jack size for any patch canle that we’ve ever seen. Go check it out right now! This episode was also sponsored by Nanolog Audio. Nanolog is putting carbon nanotransistors into their pedals to create unique sounds, and, as they put it, let “the tone in your head by heard.”

This week on the show Ryan and Steve…oh wait…they get right into the good stuff. Really? Well, that’s what my notes say anyway. I can barely believe it, but I mean, it’s what my notes say.

Here’s some pictures

1. Modified El Degas

2. Ryan and Steve discuss Amateur vs. Professional guitar pedals

3. A beautiful Rhoney Oceana

4. What’s the deal with having $2000 in pedals and a $500 guitar?

5. G&L ASAT

This week’s song was sent by Bruce Kumkwat for the band Ourselves Alone. The song is called “Stiff Jazz”.

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