The Tone Mob Podcast

The year was 2015. Show host Blake Wyland intended to start a podcast where he took a deep dive with his guests from the guitar world to explain their rigs. What happened was that, but also a whole lot more. The show quickly evolved into discussions about people's lives. Guitars, pedals, amps, etc. are the central hub of the show, but it really is more about the PEOPLE behind all of it. Both the musicians who use the gear, and the folks that create these magical tools of expression. You can expect chats about songwriting, favorite bands, family, loss, addiction, conspiracy theories, philosophy, and most of all....... food. This podcast goes all over the place. Come take a ride.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h10m. Bisher sind 279 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 13 days 21 hours 30 minutes

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episode 279: Mixing Heavy Guitars (and other stuff) w/ Scott of Kowloon Walled City


Scott is a recording engineer, guitarist, and generally brilliant dude. We talk about his origin story, gear overlap in different mediums, refining your techniques, trying stuff, the appropriate time to learn things and a whole lot more. Keep up with Scott at Antisleep.com Follow him on Instagram TEXT ME (503) 751-8577 Support the show and get extra episodes over at Patreon.com/tonemob. You can also help out with your gear buying habits by purchasing stuff from Tonemob.com/reverb Tonemob...


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episode 278: Pedals & Cartoons w/ Bram Johnson


How does someone integrate cartoons into pedal demos? Well, my dude Bram has it figured out. He is making some of the most unique and coolest content in the gear world. We had a really epic conversation that spanned from splitting wood in the forest, trying stuff, hitting up Tony Visconti, adapting to the situation, guitar pedal preferences and a whole lot more! Check out his YouTube channel HERE, and check out Tiger Mimic at their website HERE...


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episode 277: "..we played Maynard Keenan's 50th Birthday" (Ken Andrews of Failure)


We are starting this year off with a BANG! Today I am talking with Ken Andrews from the band Failure. We dive into the rather unique way they recorded their latest release "Wild Type Droid", how a band can play around each other instead of with each other, their reunion, his dive into a fully digital guitar rig, and a whole lot more. This episode is an absolute blast. I think you will really enjoy it. Check out Failure at their website HERE and scope out Ken's YouTube channel HERE...


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episode 276: Call Me Whatever As Long As You Call Me w/ Nick Diener of Oneder Effects & The Swellers


Pro wrestlers with fuzz pedals, touring the world, recording bands, accidentally becoming a pedal company, how working at a gear company doesn't mean you get to play guitar, and a whole lot more. Nick is a great dude, and this was a really fun conversation. I think you are really going to enjoy it. Check out his pedals at his website and give him a follow on Instagram. TEXT ME (503) 751-8577 Support the show and get extra episodes over at Patreon.com/tonemob...


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episode 275: Would Modern Tech Ruin The Beatles? w/ Scott Mellinger of ZAO


Scott Mellinger is a guitarist in the band ZAO. I have been a big fan for a very long time, so this was a really big treat for me! We talk in depth about the "Get Back" documentary, their "Ship of Theseus" situation with the band, his love of the Marshall JCM 800, analog delay pedals, modern recording technology, Maxon Pedals, Craiglist gear scores, Adam Jones Les Pauls and a whole lot more! This a super rad episode and I think you are really going to enjoy this...


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 2021-12-20  1h21m
 
 

episode 274: Put It Out There! w/ Megan Lippi


Megan Lippi is this week's guest on the show! Megan is a guitar player and animation student who is just KILLING it on YouTube with her pedal demos. Her unique spin on content coupled with her tasteful playing style is earning her a rad spot in the gear world. I really enjoy her work, and I definitely enjoyed this conversation. I think you will too! Check out her YouTube Channel HERE and her Instagram page HERE TEXT ME (503) 751-8577 Support the show and get extra episodes over at Patreon...


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 2021-12-13  1h3m
 
 

episode 273: DOES IT DOOM? w/ Steve Reis


Steve Reis is the head dude behind the popular YouTube channel Does It Doom? He has zeroed in on a growing, but wildly underserved niche in the gear world. We talk about how he zeroed in on the content for his channel, the history of Doom Metal, how Orange and Matamp are intertwined, his new pedals and a whole lot more. I think you'll really enjoy it! Check out his channel HERE TEXT ME (503) 751-8577 Support the show and get extra episodes over at Patreon.com/tonemob...


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 2021-12-06  1h5m
 
 

episode 272: The Kauer of Love w/ Doug Kauer


Doug Kauer of Kauer is back!!!! It has been way way way overdue. I am super stoked to get Doug back on the show. On this one we talk about how his business has changed over the years, and how Kauer Guitars navigated the shutdowns, he offers his advice to those looking to do the same, I confess to the murder of o piece of Cardboard and a whole lot more! Check out his work at https://www.kauerguitars.com/ and on Instagram...


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 2021-11-29  1h16m
 
 

episode 271: Cooking Up Some Tone w/ Chef Brian Tsao


There is a first time for everything! Today I'm talking to Chef Brian Tsao about his career in the culinary industry, touring musically around China, the overlaps that the music industry has with the restaurant industry, his new band, his guitar rig and of course SANDWICH SUNDAYS. Make sure you check out his YouTube Channel , follow him on Instagram, and check out his band Loss Becomes! TEXT ME (503) 751-8577 Support the show and get extra episodes over at Patreon.com/tonemob...


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 2021-11-22  1h9m
 
 

episode 270: The Gear Business w/ Scott from Stringjoy


Starting a pedal (or any other kind of guitar gear) company this day and age can be a very daunting. Scott Marquart has taken on one of the most difficult product categories in the industry and has seen great success with that. Not only that, but he is my partner in practically every business endeavor outside of this podcast. He is a super sharp dude, and I thought he would be the perfect guest to have a more "business focused" episode...


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 2021-11-15  1h8m