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On All About Guitar we talk tone. We talk technique. We talk gear. We talk to artists, educators, manufacturers and more! Where we take a good look at everything guitar, and some things not exactly guitar but just as important to become more successful musicians in today's music scene! Hosted by Jeff "The FLO" Floro, join us as we explore...All About Guitar! Listen Live Mondays at 8:00PM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)
 
Contrabass Conversations features interviews and performances from top leaders in the world of the bass. Podcast host Jason Heath dives deep into what makes these world-class artists tick. With over 2 million downloads, Contrabass Conversations is the most popular podcast for double bassists. Join the community and experience life on the low end of the spectrum!
 
We cover the lives of violin makers, their best parts and worst parts, yesterday and today. Historical stories, interviews with experts and makers in the field. Omobono Stradivari was the least liked son of his father, Antonio, he was remembered in Antonio's will as a screw up. He is our north star. We are all part of this. We all belong exactly here.
 
Stories of Our City is a worldwide project to cultivate community and understanding by sharing real stories from real people around the globe. We produce these stories to reveal that our everyday experiences with family, love, religion, and culture are often similar to those of others living in cities and villages across the globe. We believe that when we share and celebrate a common humanity we can begin to erase the boundaries and labels that divide us. When we take the time to listen, we ...
 
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Mitch Moehring is the owner and operator of Mitch Moehring Strings, a locally owned and operated lutherie shop based in Kilgore, Texas. Mitch Moehring Strings specializes in hand crafted 5/8 basses with grandiose sound. Mitch Moehring Strings offers a variety of services including: string instrument repair, bow rehairs, rentals, and instrument/bow/…
 
Ian Davlin, who goes by the online moniker "Ian Hates Guitars," may have a complicated relationship with guitars, but he sure is good at fixing them. For episode 51 of Luthier on Luthier, Ian tells us about working for Breedlove Guitars and his eventful interview process at Nashville's famous Gruhn Guitars, where he worked for many years. Ian also …
 
We are talking about the release of Bariolage - Duets for Violoncello and Double Bass by 2LOW, a cello and bass duo made up of San Francisco Symphony members Charles Chandler and Amos Yang. We are also joined by composer and San Francisco Opera and Ballet bassist Shinji Eshima, who composed the title track for this release from 2LOW. We talk about …
 
We are talking about the release of Bariolage – Duets for Violoncello and Double Bass by 2LOW, a cello and bass duo made up of San Francisco Symphony members Charles Chandler and Amos Yang. We are also joined by composer and San Francisco Opera and Ballet bassist Shinji Eshima, who composed the title track for this release from 2LOW. We talk about …
 
Mitch Moehring is the owner and operator of Mitch Moehring Strings, a locally owned and operated lutherie shop based in Kilgore, Texas. Mitch Moehring Strings specializes in hand-crafted 5/8 basses with grandiose sound. Mitch Moehring Strings offers a variety of services including string instrument repair, bow rehairs, rentals, and instrument/bow/s…
 
A few weeks back, we talked to Keith Calton, founder of Calton Cases (Fretboard Journal Podcast, Ep. 313). Keith, as you hopefully know, perfected a fiberglass "flight case" design decades ago that is still used by touring artists around the world. This week, we're talking to Calton's current owner, Austin, Texas' Jeff Poss. Jeff explains how he en…
 
Tobias Glöckler is associate principal double bass player at the Dresdner Philharmonie and a prizewinner of the International ISB Double Bass Competition (USA). He studied with Konrad Siebach at the Music Conservatory in Leipzig, perfecting his skills with Jeff Bradetich (Chicago) and Ulrich Lau (Stuttgart). While studying, he was principal double …
 
Tobias Glöckler is the associate principal double bass player at the Dresdner Philharmonie and a prizewinner of the International ISB Double Bass Competition (USA). He studied with Konrad Siebach at the Music Conservatory in Leipzig, perfecting his skills with Jeff Bradetich (Chicago) and Ulrich Lau (Stuttgart). While studying, he was the principal…
 
James Barket is Orchestra Director at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, GA. He also teaches bass at Kennesaw State University, and he did the English translation for Alfred Planyavsky’s groundbreaking book The Baroque Double Bass Violone. We start out by talking about the Midsummers Music Festival and Allyson Fleck, the Assistant Artistic Di…
 
James Barket is Orchestra Director at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, GA. He also teaches bass at Kennesaw State University, and he did the English translation for Alfred Planyavsky’s groundbreaking book The Baroque Double Bass Violone. We start out by talking about the Midsummers Music Festival and Allyson Fleck, the Assistant Artistic Di…
 
Lance G. Newman II, aka Mr. SpreadLove, of Louisville, Ky., is a self-described renaissance man—and he has the quality, diversified artistic product to back up that assessment. But as his moniker indicates, Mr. SpreadLove is committed to more than simply dispersing his art among the masses; he is devoted to passing on a living legacy of spreading p…
 
Katie Eakes is the assistant principal bassist for the Anchorage Symphony and Anchorage Opera. She also has a thriving career as an orchestra teacher, and she was recently profiled on the Anchorage Opera’s YouTube Channel. We talk about what it’s like being a bassist in Alaska, the challenges and satisfactions of her professional life, and much mor…
 
Katie Eakes is the assistant principal bassist for the Anchorage Symphony and Anchorage Opera. She also has a thriving career as an orchestra teacher, and she was recently profiled on the Anchorage Opera’s YouTube Channel. We talk about what it’s like being a bassist in Alaska, the challenges and satisfactions of her professional life, and much mor…
 
Acclaimed acoustic guitarist and harmonica player Tom Ball joins us on this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast. Tom reflects on the passing of Ash Grove founder Ed Pearl and the legacy of that incredible, highly influential venue. Tom attended innumerable shows at the Ash Grove and he regales us with some of his favorite memories of the venue, includ…
 
David Krehbiel is former principal horn player for the Chicago, Detroit, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras and has recently released an autobiography titled Through the Door: A Horn Player’s Journey. He has also served on the faculty of the Colburn School, San Francisco Conservatory, and many other renowned music schools. We talk about his rema…
 
David Krehbiel is former principal horn player for the Chicago, Detroit, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras and has recently released an autobiography titled Through the Door: A Horn Player’s Journey. He has also served on the faculty of the Colburn School, San Francisco Conservatory, and many other renowned music schools. We talk about his rema…
 
Korneel Le Compte is principal bassist for the Belgian National Opera and has extensive experience in the early music world. We talk about his epic Viennese Violone book Meta Hodos, his remarkable YouTube Channel, his very cool series The Vanhal Tapes, the lives of these past legends of the double bass, and much more. Enjoy, and be sure to subscrib…
 
Korneel Le Compte is the principal bassist for the Belgian National Opera and has extensive experience in the early music world. We talk about his epic Viennese Violone book Meta Hodos, his remarkable YouTube Channel, his very cool series The Vanhal Tapes, the lives of these past legends of the double bass, and much more. Enjoy, and be sure to subs…
 
050 In this episode we feature our conversation with Jim and Betty Woods, longtime owners of the renowned McSpadden Dulcimers. Over the last two decades, Jim and Betty were able to maintain and raise the reputation of McSpadden Dulcimers. In 2020, Jim and Betty transferred ownership of McSpadden Dulcimers.…
 
Bob Minner returns to the Fretboard Journal Podcast to walk us through his new album, SOLO. Recorded entirely on the newly-announced Collings CJ-45 T, the album is a must-listen for Collings fanatics or anyone who appreciates great flatpicking. During the chat, Bob tells us how he's spent the last year off the road (he's usually found backing Tim M…
 
Danny Ziemann recently launched his latest book Topics in Jazz Bass Vol. 2: Soloing, and the two of us decided to try something a little different. We hopped on Zoom with our basses and did a quasi interview/bass lesson on how to work on jazz bass soloing. I hope you enjoy this different format, and be sure to check out Danny’s new book on Amazon a…
 
Danny Ziemann recently launched his latest book Topics in Jazz Bass Vol. 2: Soloing, and the two of us decided to try something a little different. We hopped on Zoom with our basses and did a quasi interview/bass lesson on how to work on jazz bass soloing. I hope you enjoy this different format, and be sure to check out Danny’s new book on Amazon a…
 
Ivy Wong is a member of Switzerland’s Orchestre De La Suisse Romande and has had a fascinating path through the music world. We talk about what it’s like playing and living in Switzerland, growing up in Hong Kong and moving to New York for college, the ups and downs of freelancing and auditioning in the US, the set of coincidences that led to her a…
 
The long-inhabited city of Amman boasts many historical and cultural gems of the Middle East, one being the famed citadel. But hidden within the mainly monotone cast of this desert cityscape lie many modern, colorful gems from the emerging generations imprinted on the city’s winding walls. Alaeddin Rahmeh, a member of the local hip hop community an…
 
Krista Kopper is a theater bassist and host of The Backstage Creative podcast. She recently celebrated two years of podcasting and put out a thoughtful episode about the challenges and rewards of a long-term project like her podcast. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Backstage Creative wherever you listen to podcasts! Subscribe to the podcast to …
 
Krista Kopper is a theater bassist and host of The Backstage Creative podcast. She recently celebrated two years of podcasting and put out a thoughtful episode about the challenges and rewards of a long-term project like her podcast. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Backstage Creative wherever you listen to podcasts! Subscribe to the podcast to …
 
Barry Green is one of the most prolific and creative artists I’ve even spent time with. He has appeared on the podcast multiple times over the years, and he and I co-organized the International Online Bass Summit during the spring and summer of 2020. In today’s episode, we catch up on all sorts of projects that Barry has been working on, including …
 
Barry Green is one of the most prolific and creative artists I’ve even spent time with. He has appeared on the podcast multiple times over the years, and he and I co-organized the International Online Bass Summit during the spring and summer of 2020. In today’s episode, we catch up on all sorts of projects that Barry has been working on, including …
 
Today, some of the world's most valuable acoustic and electric instruments are protected by Calton Cases. What you may not realize is the colorful history of the case company or its founder, Keith Calton. On today's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we talk to Calton about his unlikely entry into the musical industry some 50 years ago, when he came up wit…
 
Tom Ribbecke is a lutherie legend and one of the originators of the custom guitar scene as we know it today. For episode 50 of the podcast, Tom walks us through his first 50 years of guitarmaking, including the evolution of his sound bubble guitar, his Halfling model, and his compliant rim guitars and basses. Tom also takes us back to the ‘70s guit…
 
The 14th annual FULL SCHOLARSHIP Wabass Institute as part of Honeywell Arts Academy auditions are open now through Feb 15. Wabass is taking place in Wabash, Indiana June 24-29. In this episode, we sit down with faculty members Eric Larson, Hal Robinson, and Ranaan Meyer to learn about this uniquely inspiring program and what it’s all about. Details…
 
The 14th annual Wabass Institute will be taking place in Wabash, Indiana June 24-29. In this episode, we sit down with faculty members Eric Larson, Hal Robinson, and Ranaan Meyer to learn about this uniquely inspiring program and what it’s all about. Details on how to apply are listed here, and be sure to follow Wabash and other programs of the Hon…
 
Aaron Olguin serves as principal bass for Norway’s Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, and he has appeared several times on the podcast in recent years. We connected for today’s episode to discuss bass section playing and the challenges of not falling behind the beat for a recent video, but we cover a lot of other ground and get a general life update on …
 
Aaron Olguin serves as principal bass for Norway’s Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, and he has appeared several times on the podcast in recent years. We connected for today’s episode to discuss bass section playing and the challenges of not falling behind the beat for a recent video, but we cover a lot of other ground and get a general life update on …
 
For the second year the amazingly creative luthiers Adriano Sergio from Ergon Guitars (ergonguitars.com) in Portugal, Michael Spalt from Spalt Instruments (spaltinstruments.com) in Austria and Uli Teuffel from Teuffel Guitars (teuffel.com) in Germany are joining forces under the banner of their Projetcs of Three (projectsofthree.com). In 2020 they …
 
Until we can convince legendary live sound engineer Robert "Nitebob" Czaykowski to host his own podcast, we'll just keep inviting him back onto the Fretboard Journal Podcast. This time around, Nitebob regales us with tales of early NAMM Shows, working with the New York Dolls, getting fired mid-concert, and more. We also hear more about his work for…
 
John Van Lierop serves as principal bass for Sinfonia Rotterdam and is a frequent guest principal bass in many European orchestras. We connected to talk about the challenges of leading a bass section for a recent video, but we covered many other topics like John’s path through the music world, the effect of strings upon a player’s perceptions, rosi…
 
John Van Lierop serves as principal bass for Sinfonia Rotterdam and is a frequent guest principal bass in many European orchestras. We connected to talk about the challenges of leading a bass section for a recent video, but we covered many other topics like John’s path through the music world, the effect of strings upon a player’s perceptions, rosi…
 
The Dead Daisies (thedeaddaisies.com) will release Holy Ground their 2021 album with Glenn Hughes as a lead singer and bass player. Here is a Skype video interview with Doug Aldrich to talk about the whole process of composing and recording the album. We also touched base on his participation to the United Guitars Vol.2 project. Doug Aldrich interv…
 
Changing the sound of an amp with a boost pedal is a recipe almost as old as the first tube amps. In this gear video, we listen in detail to the sound changes when you push a Marshall sound with a Klon Centaur type pedal. In order to simplify the configuration and to have everything on the same picture here is the hardware used: For the Marshall : …
 
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