361 - Solid Memery
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast.
This week Richard learns about the wood shortage and rising prices of wood as a result whilst Brian once again avoids talking about capacitors and resistors, and Blake explains his totally legitimate theory of how to make playlists make him money whilst he sleeps....ok maybe it is slightly dodgy...
Is vegan jerky just dried bell pepper ? Perhaps rope is as tasty ? Brian and Blake are not convinced...really, Richard just needs to try Blake's Backyard Burgers and BBQ.
Spotify Premium vs Apple Music and streaming services in general - whats your preference ? Richard uses both but has some logic for why. Brian tried to listen to some of Bowie's seminal 1972 album "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust..." and is not a fan. He fails to guess what American thrash band Richard loves and then goes off on a debate with Blake about what is thrash and what is not.
Brian is not happy with the stacked hum-bucker he installed in his Tele style Friedman guitar - he is disappointed with the lack of beef...and potentially crispiness...and then he sees an Epiphone with 3 P90s and needs some private time to reflect. The guys also touch on a little bit of the history of Bigsby too. Brian also examines a facebook rant about pedal cloning and discusses his industry insider take on this.
John Mayer does Toto, Ninja weaponry, Aliens in 1987, the Mandela effect returns, Pedalboard Monopoly - it's all in the latest episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!
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