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Mark Lettieri is one of the most loved guitar players around today, his time spent playing with bands like Snarky Puppy, The Fearless Flyers and other artists like Kirk Franklin have made him and his playing style popular with tons of guitarists today. In this interview I talk to Mark about his upbringing, his education, how he landed his gigs and …
 
David Ryan Harris is a modern day renaissance man, from writing, producing, continuing his solo career and playing guitar with John Mayer he does it all at a very high level. Originally from Atlanta, DRH quickly found his voice on guitar and writing songs, from there he went on to build one of the most successful modern music careers. In this inter…
 
Charlie Starr and his band Blackberry Smoke are working to keep the Southern Rock sound alive and well. Charlie has a deep understanding of the sounds and traditions that make up the classic guitar sounds of those great bands. In this interview we talk about Charlie's upbringing in Alabama and how he started playing guitar and writing, as well as w…
 
Pete Thorn is a true modern career guitar player, from touring with big names like Chris Cornell and Don Henley (just to name a few) to being one of the first guitarists to adopt YouTube as a way to teach and share his expertise, he has shown younger players a way to make a great living as a guitarist in 2021. In this episode we talk about Pete's u…
 
Ive followed Jared Scharff for the better part of a decade during his time as the house guitar player for Saturday Night Live. After 13 years on the show, he left to explore the next phase of his career as a writer/producer in the pop centered world of LA. 13 years on any gig will teach you a thing or two and Jared has lots to share about lessons l…
 
Greg Koch is the textbook definition of a badass musician, his colossal ability on the instrument combined with his lightning fast wit and wisdom gained from decades of real world experience have made him one of my personal guitar heros. I sat with Greg on zoom to pick his brain about his career so far, how he developed such a unique tone, his advi…
 
Tosin Abasi and I are very different musicians, which is exactly why I wanted to start season 3 of the podcast by talking to him. Tosin has managed to do one of the most difficult things as a guitar player which is creating his own unique voice on the instrument, and I wanted to learn more about how he did it. You can follow Tosin on Instagram @tos…
 
Kevin Kadish is a Nashville based songwriter and producer who came up in Baltimore MD and after years of playing in bands found his path as a songwriter, quickly finding success in the writing world he went on to co-create one of the most influential pop hits of the last 10 years, All About That Bass.…
 
In this episode, we're taking on our backlog of voicemail questions from the listeners, and get deep into what gear is best for church players as well as how your upbringing and generation impact your musical taste. As always thanks to everyone who submitted a question, and dont forget to leave your voicemail question for the next Q&A episode by ca…
 
Zeppelin Barnatra aka Nathaniel Murphy is one of the best guitar players on Instagram, his unique playing style and feel have gained him almost 300 thousand followers on instagram, and got him connected with Chicago Music Exchange. In this episode we talk about how he started his guitar playing journey, his move to the united states, his future as …
 
This week, the New York Times posted an article titled "Guitars Are Back, Baby!" in which they state that guitar sales have exploded during the pandemic. This is just a few years after the Washington Post wrote an article claiming that guitar as a whole, was dying. In this episode Tilly and I Rhett discuss their thoughts on what this means for the …
 
Josh Smith is a living guitar legend, who started his journey at the age of 6. By the time he was 12 years old, he was out playing gigs with adults and soon after fronting his own band touring regionally in Florida. After high school he moved to LA with his new wife and began a career as a touring & session guitarist, as well as continuing to front…
 
Tom Bukovac has been on of Nashville's top session guitarists for going on 20 years. His unique style and approach to guitar have made him successful as a touring player, helped him play on thousands of records and most recently start a successful YouTube channel. In this episode, Tilly and I talk to Tom about his career in Nashville, his approach …
 
Matthew Timmons was Novo guitars first employee, and has been with the company as they have exploded in popularity over the last few years. In this episode we talk about Novo and their place in the industry, as well as the future of the brand and what it takes to run an independent guitar business. You can find Novo guitars online at https://www.no…
 
Josh Scott started JHS Pedals not knowing what it would become today, but in the process of building his company he discovered a passion of the history and stories behind a lot of the gear we love as guitar players. In this episode, Tilly and I talk with Josh about his passion for collecting pedals as well as the history behind the guitar gear cult…
 
In this week's bonus episode my wife Tilly and I take a few questions and end up discussing the best ways to talk to your significant other about buying new gear, the best and worst ways to handle a situation like that. Also the importance on spending money on good cables, as well as the pros and cons to attending music school. Let us know what you…
 
Joey Landreth has already had an amazing career as a guitarist, singer and songwriter, in this episode Tilly and I talk with him about his hometown, his career thus far and what he thinks his career looks like moving forward post covid. Follow Joey on Instagram @joeylandrethBy Rhett Shull
 
Tom Quayle is without a doubt one of the best guitarists on the internet today, and he was also one of the first people to jump into making guitar based YouTube content in the early days of the platform. In this epsiode, Tom and I discuss his learning process on guitar, why he tunes in such a strange way, why guitar players shouldn't be fearful of …
 
Adam Neely is a musician and youtube creator who has a great perspective on the future of music in social media, the fear and responsibilities of having a large online audience and why we love and hate certain types of music. In this episode I sat down with Adam (via Skype) and we discussed a wide range of topics, making this one of my favorite epi…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is a serious issue, and one that I wasn't sure I wanted to talk about publicly, but after seeing how the social distancing is affecting musicians and other professional working creative people I thought we should have a dialogue on what the next few weeks/months could look like for musicians. My wife Tilly and I are discussing…
 
Tomo Fujita is one of my favorite guitar players to follow on social media, he has an incredible feel for not only playing, but teaching as well. In this interview I learn more about Tomo's history, how he got into teaching and what it was like having a you John Mayer as a guitar student. Follow Tomo on Instagram @tomojustfunky This episode is spon…
 
When I first heard from Kenny Greenberg, I was slightly star struck. He's almost exactly the musician I want to be "when I grow up" He does everything from tour the world playing stadiums with the likes of Kenny Chesney & Bonnie Raitt to scoring films and TV shows as well as producing albums for some of Nashville's best. In this episode, we talk ab…
 
Brett Papa started teaching lessons on YouTube in the very early days of the platform, since then he's gone on to influence millions of players and work with some of the best players in the business. In this episode we talk about the future of Guitar youtube and why we both love Divided By 13 amps.By Rhett Shull
 
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