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Welcome to the TotallyGuitars.com podcast channel! Here we will post our weekly video news, tips, lessons, live show recordings and more! If you like this podcast come over to the site for over 60 free complete lessons. There is an entire community of acoustic guitar players learning together. You can recommend a lesson as well on the site. If you like this podcast please give us a review!
 
This is the first EP from the singer "Franziska". Her angelic voice and the amazing mix between acoustic guitars and rock suits perfectly to the singer Franziska. On this EP called "Sessions" you will find amazing live interpretations of famous Pop-Songs, like "Born This Way" - from Lady GaGa, "Something From Nothing" - from Aura Dione and more ! Check it out !
 
Welcome to ‘Mike Dawes has a Podcast’, a series of one on one discussions about guitar, guitarists, and the music industry. MDHAP features a selection of long-form interviews I conducted with some of the most interesting artists in the scene today. I will be talking to friends from the road of all genres, as well as some exciting guests I will be meeting for the first time. This podcast is presented by the amazing ToneWoodAmp, the revolutionary award-winning effects processor for acoustic gu ...
 
Less Than Expected is a Sludge Punk/Hardrock band from Ashtabula, Ohio. Less Than Expected’s origin began in 1998 in the small town of Dade City, Florida. The then punk rock trio was the brainchild of Martin Dunn (vocalist/guitarist of The Kimota Bombs) who went on to ignore the name for the better part of 20-years. In 2018, when The Kimota Bombs went on hiatus, Martin decided to break out his trusty Martin D-15, make some jokes about “playing with himself” and start writing new material to ...
 
Maker’s Mic is a music makers podcast hosted by Mike Luckett and presented by LR Baggs. In each episode, we will explore the world of music by interviewing the people who bring it to life. Musicians, studio engineers, and more will offer up their stories and insights, as we take you backstage, into the studio, and behind the curtain for a glimpse into the life of a music maker.
 
Borned in 1987, in a small neighborhood of Itatiba, Roni Bulgarelli grew up on the little ranch of his father, a quiet and very calm place located in the suburb and a little distant from the center of his city. His interest in music came as early as the age of 13, in the year 2000, when he won from his father his first guitar. Between 2001 and 2004, during his adolescence, Roni always sought to improve the knowledge in his instrument. He spent a short period in guitar and guitar classes and ...
 
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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 delighted to close out season 1 of MDHAP with the great Tommy Emmanuel! Tommy is an Australian guitarist, songwriter and singer known for his complex fingerstyle technique, energetic performances and the use of percussive effects on the guitar. Originally a session player in numerous bands, Emmanuel carved out his own style as a solo artist,…
 
Jon Gomm is an English singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist. His songs draw on a range of influences and styles including blues, soul, rock and even metal. Michael Hedges is an important source of inspiration. To date he has recorded four solo albums and his most recent, titled 'The Faintest Idea', was released in 2020 via Kscope records. For m…
 
Peter Honoré, aka 'Danish Pete', is a successful session guitarist and YouTuber, having toured the world for over 20 years with artists such as Tom Jones, Lionel Richie, Nicole Scherzinger, and many more. In 2015 he joined Andertons as their Youtube Manager and helped take the channel to over 700,000 subscribers in just a few years. He has become o…
 
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…
 
Mark Holcomb is an Austin, TX based musician and a guitarist for the 5-piece progressive metal band, Periphery. The band's latest release, Periphery IV: Hail Stan was met with rave reviews and reached #1 on the US Independent Albums chart. The band were Grammy nominated for their song 'The Price is Wrong' and are credited with spearheading a new wa…
 
Andy McKee is an American fingerstyle guitar player who has garnered over 100 million views online and performed multiple world tours supporting his 5 full length releases. Andy's music paved the way for generations of players since exposing mainstream audiences to the modern fingerstyle genre at the birth of YouTube and video sharing. Beyond worki…
 
Kaki King is an American guitarist and composer known for her percussive and jazz-tinged melodies, energetic live shows, alternative tunings and her diverse range in different genres. In February 2006, Rolling Stone released a list of "The New Guitar Gods", on which King was the sole woman and youngest artist. Her career includes six LP and two EP …
 
Fin Greenall, known professionally as Fink, is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, and DJ born in Cornwall and currently based in Berlin. Fink has also referred to the recording and touring trio fronted by Greenall himself, completed by Guy Whittaker (bass) and Tim Thornton (drums). He has collaborated with artists including Amy Win…
 
Luthier Rosie Heydenrych is the builder behind England's Turnstone Guitar Company. On episode 49 of the podcast, she shares her approach to voicing instruments, including the use of tonewoods from her native England. She also discusses her views on women in lutherie, her work flow, and how she adopts new techniques and technology into her builds. L…
 
Nathaniel Murphy (also known as @zeppelinbarnatra) is an Irish born, Chicago based guitarist known by millions of musicians for his video clips in a variety of virtuosic styles. Whilst collaborating with Chicago Music Exchange he has amassed a large online presence demonstrating a variety of top end instruments, both acoustic and electric. His albu…
 
Plini Roessler-Holgate is an Australian guitarist and songwriter. Steve Vai described him as "the future of exceptional guitar playing", and the website MusicRadar named Plini the best prog guitarist of 2017. His new album ‘Impulse Voices’ is his most ambitious and creative yet, gaining massive critical acclaim including reaching over 1 million Spo…
 
Newton Faulkner is a chart topping singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitar hero from the U.K. With multiple number 1 albums and double platinum status, Newton is a rare musician incorporating modern acoustic guitar techniques with massive mainstream success. Additional credits include work in literature and musical theatre, taking the lead role in…
 
Coming Soon! Welcome to ‘Mike Dawes has a Podcast’, a series of one on one discussions about guitar, guitarists, and the music industry. MDHAP features a selection of long-form interviews I conducted with some of the most interesting artists in the scene today. I will be talking to friends from the road of all genres, as well as some exciting guest…
 
Nigel Forster started building guitars at age 17 as an apprentice with Stephen Sobell... and he stayed with Sobell for the next 15 years. Along the way, Nigel has taken some truly interesting globetrotting side trips, including studying in Buddhist monasteries. During one of those trips Nigel wrote a book titled, Making a Living in Lutherie, which …
 
Our guest this episode is Central-California based Americana singer-songwriter and U.S. Navy Veteran, Doc Oliver. His story is one of honor, redemption, and hope. Working as a battlefield medic with multiple tours in Afghanistan, Oliver earned the nickname “Doc” stitching up wounded soldiers and civilians alike. He was honorably discharged, sufferi…
 
In 1969, Frank Ford and Richard Johnston started the legendary Gryphon Stringed Instruments in Palo Alto, California. On episode 47 of the podcast, Ford tells us what it is like to run one of the world's premiere repair shops for over 50 years. We hear about the early days of Gryphon (including their initial attempts to build and sell handmade inst…
 
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Nicolai Schorr makes instantly recognizable and remarkable electric guitars mostly with hand tools out of his home shop in Berlin, Germany. For episode 46 of the podcast, Nicolai takes us through the inspiration for and the development of his thoroughly original models. He also discusses his neck construction, artistic background, and his philosoph…
 
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Michael Greenfield makes spectacular acoustic guitars out of his state-of-the-art shop in Montreal. For episode 45 of the podcast, he takes us through his thought process on designing multi-scale instruments for drop tunings, and the evolution of his models. Michael also discuses his journey into the profession, building for the high end custom mar…
 
Julia and Christian Zielinski were booked as ARTIS Guitar Duo to play at the 20th Ullapool Guitar Festival, held in October 2019. I sat down with them and recorded a conversation. If you get a chance to catch this duo live, you should jump at it! LINKS ARTIS Guitar Duo Ullapool Guitar Festival -- Review & Rate Leaving a rating and, better still, a …
 
Mike Baranik has been making extraordinary world-class acoustic guitars for decades. On episode 44 of the podcast, Mike recounts the music influences that got him interested in guitars and tells us about his studies at the Roberto-Venn school in the early '90s. Mike also talks to us about his first guitar shows, finding his identity a a luthier, me…
 
There is not much that Adam Buchwald doesn't do in the world of guitars. He owns Allied Lutherie (which he recently relocated from California to Vermont to better service East Coast builders), he builds Circle Strings guitars and is also the co-owner of the Iris Guitar and Mandolin company. For episode 43 of the podcast, Adam tells us how a once-as…
 
Steve Klein and Steve Kauffman have been making some of the world's finest and most innovative guitars since their partnership began in the 1970s. For episode 42 of the podcast, I caught up with them at the 2020 NAMM show where they share their origins, give us their thoughts on Kasha designs and tonewoods, and tell us how they have been able to su…
 
Rosie Heydenrych talked to me at the 10th annual gathering of the Acoustic Soundboard UK in Halifax in September 2019. It was recorded as a video episode, but I made a bit of an arse of the video and so this is audio only. I will make it up to Rosie the next time we meet, at which time I will have upped my game and make some awesome video content f…
 
Abe Wechter has done it all: From building guitars one-at-a-time, to running guitar factories both domestically and abroad. For Episode 41 of the podcast, Abe and I take a walk to escape the noise at the 2020 NAMM show. His story takes many twists and turns including successes and failures, corrupt business partners, heartbreak and romance. Abe's g…
 
Nik Huber comes from a long line of woodworkers, and he carries on his family trade with his team of eight employees that craft exceptionally fine traditionally influenced electric guitars. For episode 40 of the podcast, I met up with Nik at the 2020 NAMM show where he tells us how he got started under the guidance of Paul Reed Smith after finishin…
 
Kathy Wingert crafts some of the best and most beautiful acoustic guitars being made today out her shop in Los Angeles. For Episode 39 of the podcast, I sit down with Kathy and talk about photographing and marketing guitars, the development and design of her models and her experience as a female in craft with an abundance of men. Kathy also tells u…
 
This interview is also available in video form. Visit my YouTube channel to watch it. Tristan Seume interview on YouTube. Links: Tristan Seume Daria Kulesh Ullapool Guitar Festival Game Changer Audio Fylde Guitars Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp El McMeen Support Cams I'm a fledgling channel, a startup in the parlance of or times, and am struggling w…
 
Martin Keith makes acoustic guitars and electric basses out of his one-man shop in Woodstock, New York. For our 38th episode, Martin tells us about his early careers as a journalist and professional bass player before landing a job with Joe Veillette. There, he made over 1000 guitars before starting his own brand. Martin also discusses guitar desig…
 
Award winning guitarist Al Petteway has been performing since the age over 12 across a variety of musical styles. These days, he is best known as a Celtic fingerstyle guitarist and for the gorgeous soundtracks he composes for documentary films. Over his 50 year career, Al also worked as a photo editor for National Geographic. For Episode 37 of the …
 
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