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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episode 397: SHOCK THE FOX!!!


Tye Tyler (Shock The Fox)shares his journey from the corporate world slinging cell phones to becoming a full time guitar builder. He discusses his background in woodworking and how he got into building guitars. We also go over the importance of sharing the process of guitar building and engaging with folks in a genuine way. He also talks about the joy of opening a guitar and the satisfaction of building for others...


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 March 11, 2024  1h17m
 
 

episode 397: Scott Strange Returns! (Templo Audio Devices)


In this episode, Blake interviews Scott Strange from Templo Audio Devices. They discuss Scott's traveling lifestyle and the challenges of running a business while constantly on the move. Scott shares his approach to finding the right balance and bringing in help to scale his company. They also talk about the importance of specialized skills in business and the human element that is absolutely essential in companies...


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 March 4, 2024  1h8m
 
 

episode 396: "I Didn't Fall In Love With Guitar To Teach" w/ Dr. Molly Miller


In this conversation, Molly Miller discusses her early start in a family band and her formal education in guitar. She shares her approach to teaching and the importance of balance in her career, which includes performing, teaching, and session work. Molly also talks about her approach to gear and pedals and the challenges of imposter syndrome in the music industry. She offers tips for traveling musicians and emphasizes the importance of self-care and staying centered while on tour...


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 February 26, 2024  1h6m
 
 

episode 395: Is Clickbait OK? w/ Landon Bailey


Summary In this conversation, Blake and Landon discuss their experiences in making that sweet, sweet content. We also talk about our time at Gear Fest and the importance of networking and building relationships in the industry. (Its always good to have buddies!) We also discuss the evolution of YouTube and the changing landscape of the platform. Landon shares his journey from being in a band to starting his YouTube channel and how he found his niche...


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 February 19, 2024  1h15m
 
 

episode 394: Dreaming Up Songs. Literally. w/ Justyna Kelley & Eddie Gore


Summary Justyna Kelley is a "Nashville-by-way of France" recording artist, producer, songwriter, actress, and a whole bunch of other stuff! In this conversation, Justyna and Blake discuss her background in music, her work as a producer, and her love for different genres. Justyna shares her experiences growing up in Nashville and being surrounded by country music. She also talks about her journey as a musician and how she ended up living in Paris...


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 February 12, 2024  1h10m
 
 

episode 393: John Baizley Talks Baroness and Visual Art


Summary In this episode, host Blake Wyland interviews John Dyer Baizley from the band Baroness. They discuss the band's touring rig and guitar setup, the importance of band chemistry, and the role of the song and audience in live performances. John also shares insights into the band's intuitive approach to songwriting and the exploration of ideas that don't fit the band's sound. Additionally, they touch on John's visual artistry and his influences as an artist...


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 February 5, 2024  1h2m
 
 

episode 392: Nick Loux of The JHS Show


Nick Loux is a musician out of Kansas City who is best known for being a HUGE part of the widely popular JHS Show on YouTube. You've seen him, you've heard him play, but do you know his story? I certainly didn't! So I figured I should get him on the podcast to find out just exactly how he became a part of one of the most popular guitar gear channels on the World Wide Web! Let's just say that Jack Black was definitely involved. Check out Nick's music HERE: https://linktr...


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 January 30, 2024  1h13m
 
 

episode 391: Visiting Every Guitar Store In The USA w/ Charlton Moore of Franklin Strap


Have you ever heard of ANYONE hitting the road and visiting basically every single guitar store in the United States? Few have done it, and even fewer have done it for a guitar accessories brand. But Charlton Moore of Franklin Strap has, and his efforts were a large part of the reason that Franklin Strap & Glider Capo is carried in well over 1000 retailers across North America. (And the world at this point...


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 January 22, 2024  1h39m
 
 

episode 390: Is Writing Cool Again? w/ Jason Mays of Working Class Music


Are we currently at a place where we can talk about "the old days" of The Internet? Are blogs cool again? Is Generation Y going to flock to the written word? Which Batman is the scariest Batman? My good buddy, published writer, guitarist, gear enthusiast, and YouTuber Jason Mays of Working Class Music has returned to the podcast to talk about all of this and a whole lot more! Check out Jason's new YouTube channel HERE > https://www.youtube...


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 January 15, 2024  1h29m
 
 

episode 389: Germanium INSANITY w/ Richard of Wampler Pedals


Klon. There are few words in the guitar world that will get guitarists clamoring, foaming at the mouth, or shouting hysterically like the word Klon. (I'll let you decide if that is a negative or a positive in your own mind.) So much so that even the best clones of the legendary circuit can send folks right into a frenzy...


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 January 8, 2024  1h10m