Talk for guitar players—presented by BOSS U.S., the leader in guitar effects technology. Listen in as BOSS Specialist Paul Hanson talks with the world’s most interesting guitar professionals about gear, playing, life on the road, the music business, and much more.
Edition 44 - Brendon Small
Brendon Small discusses his guitar background, practicing approach, and the parallels between learning guitar and developing an identity as a comedian. He also talks about Dethklok and Metalocalypse, and shares recording tips he received from guitar pals Steve Vai and Joe Satriani.
Edition 43 - Eric Chaz
Eric Chaz talks about his start in the business and working with high-profile artists. He also provides some background about the world of guitar repair, discusses the differences between vintage and modern guitars, and offers tips about maintaining your instrument.
Edition 42 - Steve Morse
Steve Morse describes how the Dixie Dregs evolved through his early years at high school and later attending the University of Miami, and their early difficulties at landing a record contract. He also talks about his brief turn as a commercial airline pilot and playing with legendary bands like Kansas and Deep Purple.
Edition 41 - Chris Payton
Chris Payton talks about playing big gigs, performing on TV shows like Leno and Letterman, and life on the road with Robin Thicke. He also discusses his favorite pedals, amps and instruments, plus how his family influenced his desire to become a guitarist at an early age.
Edition 40 - Donna Grantis
Donna Grantis talks about her musical background, making a name for herself in the Toronto scene, and what it’s like to play with Prince. She also goes into detail about her amps, custom pedalboards, and favorite BOSS stomps.
Edition 39 - Johnny Marr
Alternative rock legend Johnny Marr discusses his early life and influences, his highly successful music, the amazing journey as one of the most influential guitarists and his equipment of choice.