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The Guitar Hour Podcast

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The Guitar Hour Podcast

David Beebee, Tom Quayle, Dan Smith & Jake Willson

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The Guitar Hour Podcast is a weekly, long-form discussion hosted by David Beebee, Tom Quayle, Dan Smith & Jake Willson. Together, and in conversation with today’s top players, they explore different approaches for improvising, theory, technique, practising, teaching and share the humorous ups and downs of being professional guitarists in the modern age.
 
Guitar Lessons you can use by Guitar Lessons For Right Now NYC Guitar Lessons Hourly in NYC Also I can Do remote lessons via FaceTime or (similar) I have been a touring musician for the last 15 years I know what you need to know and what you don't Questions? Comments? Requests? Get in touch. Contact Now Brought to you by (function(){var ss=document.createElement("link");ss.type="text/css";ss.rel="stylesheet";ss.href="http://cdn-1.thumbtackstatic.com/theme/widgets/skyscraper/styles_2.css";doc ...
 
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Foreign Devs Podcast

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Foreign Devs Podcast

Victor Gonzalez, Jani Gyllenberg

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Two foreign developers discuss Laravel & PHP Development, the business of marketing, and more. About Victor Gonzalez Victor manages marketing for one of the nation's fastest growing boat manufacturers, a role that has seen him honored with the MMA Award for the Best Website in the Boating Industry. After hours, Victor produces web development tutorials at Coder's Tape, along with paid courses for Udemy. About Jani Gyllenberg Jani tackles business development and innovation at one of the nati ...
 
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Trick or treat indeed! It’s that tiiiiiiime! And unlike last year, I think we’re actually going to do it. Carefully indeed, but fingers crossed the kids can get out there and do some trick or treating. Every child has the right to an excellent Halloween, that’s my motto. And so do you. And with that in mind, we’ve got a big ol Halloween Spooktacula…
 
We have two guests today. John Ross Bowie, who is an very talented actor and writer, you probably know him best from the Big Bang Theory and Speechless, he has an new podcast out called Household Faces, which focuses on working actors, not necessarily stars but every one of them is one of those people that you see and think, “Oh yeah! I’ve seen the…
 
The guys chat with Joseph Anidjar and Joshua De La Victoria about their prog-tastic collaboration “Traveller”. They discuss writing grooves of Skype, feeling odd time signatures and metric modulation, mixing modern guitar modern tones and lush videography! The extended Patreon edition of this episode includes a deeper chat on guitar tone crafting, …
 
Well, we’re out here having fun, in the warm California sun. Although, yeah, “warm.” Sure. Let’s go with warm for now. We’ve got a hot show for you though. See how I did that? Bobcat Goldthwait is with us. Bob is one of my best friends, and we’ve got a movie coming out together in the fall that we made called Joy Ride that we’re going to tell you a…
 
We’ve got a lot going on right here in LA. And this is a very L.A.-centric episode of the show. The City Of Angels has undergone a lot of turmoil in the past two years. Like many cities in America, it has a houselessness problem that is beyond pale. Construction is running wild but it doesn’t seem to be for anything that anyone wants or particularl…
 
TGHP returns, with special guest Tosin Abasi! The boys chat to Tosin about his innovative technical approaches, love of modern jazz, inspiration, thoughts on his legacy, guitar hero status, and shaping the progressive landscape. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP…
 
Beebs has new toys and a new workflow, which leads the guys to reflect on the challenges and possibilities of being a one person production/creative guitar studio in 2021. They also fall into a discussion on the writing and planning of educational material, asking the question: how much knowledge should be assumed? This weeks’ extended Patreon edit…
 
This episode's guest is Wayne Federman, a very funny comedian and actor and now author. He has written a book called The History Of Stand Up: From Mark Twain To Dave Chapelle. It is a terrific read. Last year we had Kliph Nesteroph on to talk about his book The Comedians. This functions as a beautiful companion piece, for where Kliph’s book dwells …
 
Lockdown skill upgrades: Beebee learns to use a soldering iron; rewiring his custom boutique axe. The guys discuss dealing with noisy guitar when recording, the importance of listening to oneself in the moment when improvising, and Jake explains the thought process behind choosing a winner for his incredibly popular JTC jam track competition. This …
 
We have two guests, sort of an old school double shot, our old buddy Kliph Nesteroff is here to talk about his new book, We had A Little Real Estate Problem: The Unheralded Story Of Native Americans & Comedy. It's an incredible true story and must read for comedy fans. We also have one of the people Kliph writes about in the book, Bobby Wilson, who…
 
It’s a double drop. Dan releases his hybrid picking essentials lesson package and Jake lets loose the melodic minor masterclass with JTC. Tom has a right hand picking revelation and Beebs has a lazy legato revolution. It’s a technique heavy episode guys, nerd up! This weeks’ extended Patreon edit includes a reflection on the Jordan Rudess episode, …
 
This week the Doctor, Beebee and Smith warmly welcome Dream Theater’s keyboard wizard Jordan Rudess! It’s not often a non guitar player joins the fray, but always hugely enjoyable when it happens :D Jordan discusses his musical journey, what it was like attending Juilliard aged 9(!), practising, his new solo record ‘A Chapter In Time’, the upcoming…
 
We're back! Apologies for the short hiatus. This week Beebs, Quayle, Smith and the Doc dive deep into imposter syndrome, and how it can affect our musical identities as guitar players. This week's extended Patreon edit has the guys talking about music production, electronic music and options paralysis. If you enjoy the show please consider supporti…
 
My guest today is a very good friend of mine, and I’m proud to say that. She is a crazily talented woman, I have been a fan since before I started in the business, one of the original Not Ready For Prime Time Players, Laraine Newman is here. Laraine has a new book out on Audible, called May You Live In Interesting Times. It is a memoir of not only …
 
Coming off the back of last weeks’ ep, and in the context of Jake’s upcoming JTC Jam of the Month, the guys discuss how to get the ‘perfect’ solo take. The second big discussion is on the importance of jamming and if we’re too biased as guitar players towards it. This week's Patreon edit sees guys share jam night horror stories, tips for surviving …
 
The boys return and get a bit ranty about social media. They also discuss the news of Mateus Asato stepping back from everything and react in realtime to the news of uber legend Chick Corea passing. This week's Patreon edit there’s an extended discussion on guitar fakery and the mental health knock on. We learn Jake’s tune FanFiction is a bit of a …
 
Happy February! We're in a month and half into 2021 and already I feel better. Vaccines are pouring forth like sap from a tree in winter and Trump escaped trying to get his own Vice President murdered. But as the wise man once said, pobody's nerfect! To that end, I have summoned The Smartest Man In The World, Greg Proops to the show. Greg is a terr…
 
It’s that time again, the once a year gear episode we allow ourselves. Beebs has solved the ‘rubbery slippage’ loose feel thing of the Helix, thanks to this week's guest John Cordy. Things turn towards no-NAMM chat, virtual NAMM chat and the interesting events of the last few weeks. There’s a surprising amount of questions raised about Californian …
 
It’s a power trio episode. Beebs, Dan and Jake discuss: Practising scales with the Solo app, getting some diminished stuff in the bag, Beebee’s surprising lack of atrophy, and whether or not an exclusive ‘listen and transcribe’ mantra is a lazy approach to musical education. In this week's extended patreon edit Dr Willson gives us a figured bass 10…
 
Beebee and Tom finally spill the beans about “Solo”, their brand new app for developing fretboard visualization. They talk through what it is, how it works and how it came to life. Solo is available for iOS and yes yes yes, Android is coming! The episode morphs into a more general take on the concept of fretboard visualisation before the guys discu…
 
Happy new year to you all! We all hope that 2021 is an improvement over 2020 for everyone, and we’re kicking things off with our annual all star holiday special mega quiz! We have last year's champion Jens Larsen returning to defend the belt, and joining him and the regular rogues this year are past guests and friends of the pod: Ant Law, Jack Gard…
 
Hello and Happy Holidays! I’ve got great news! 2020 is almost finished and we are going out in style. But really any exit would be enough, wouldn’t it? We have two incredible guests today, again, an old school episode to end the year. Anne Serling is with us. Anne is the daughter of none other than Rod Serling, he the creator of The Twilight Zone, …
 
This week, the guys have the immense pleasure of welcoming to the show (to quote British royalty) “the genius, the master, of the space age guitar, Mr Steve Vai! Yep, STEVE VAI! 🤯😻. This is a deep one guys, and we cover... Steve’s experience of 2020. The PIA launch NAMM gig. The "infinity shelf". Candle Power “joint shifting” & Jerry Donahue. Cheat…
 
The guys are joined by the phenomenal player and all round grand chap, Mr John Wheatcroft. John is an incredibly versatile and seasoned player, also well known for contributing to the UK guitar magazine and education press. The guys talk about transitioning from rock to jazz, Gypsy jazz vocabulary as well as catching up with John’s latest projects …
 
In this bumper length episode the guys answer a common listener question and discuss (or argue profusely!) “How to get Started With Jazz & Changes Playing”. This weeks’ Patreon bonus edit is enormous and very feisty! Essentially after finishing recording the guys immediately did another (hour+ long) show asking the follow up question, “Is the blues…
 
The guys follow up on last week’s Giant Steps episode with Jake and Beebee discussing practise and progress on the tune. We also get more on the subject of ‘Guitar heroes’ and answer listener email. In this week's longer Patreon edit, Dan and Beebs ponder the troubadour guitar life and potentially start a TGHP standard/song/jam of the month. If you…
 
This week the boys ask the question; “Do we really need to learn Giant Steps?” John Coltrane’s seminal tune from the 1960 album of the same name. They take a closer look at what it is, why it’s so notoriously tricky, how they’ve all tackled it in the past, and what you may or may not gain from attempting this ultimate jazz Tough Mudder. This week i…
 
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