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Hosted by Premier Guitar's Jason Shadrick, along with famed guitar journalists Andy Ellis and Joe Gore, Chasing Frets is a weekly look at the craft of guitar playing.

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Hosted by Premier Guitar's Jason Shadrick, along with famed guitar journalists Andy Ellis and Joe Gore, Chasing Frets is a weekly look at the craft of guitar playing.

    Jeff Daniels on Songcraft

    Jeff Daniels on Songcraft

    “You’re not writing until you’re rewriting.”
    Presented by Taylor Guitars (http://taylorguitars.com (http://taylorguitars.com))
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    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 24 min
    Jeff Daniels’ 6-string Secrets of the Screen

    Jeff Daniels’ 6-string Secrets of the Screen

    Is that really an F#m7, or are they just faking it?
    Presented by Taylor Guitars (http://taylorguitars.com (http://taylorguitars.com))
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    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 18 min
    Jeff Daniels: "I Steal Left and Right From People"

    Jeff Daniels: "I Steal Left and Right From People"

    Actor and talented acoustic picker Jeff Daniels talks about his influences: Arlo Gurthie, Steve Goodman, Doc Watson, Son House, and more.
    Sponsored by Taylor Guitars (http://taylorguitars.com (http://taylorguitars.com))
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    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 23 min
    Mentorship and Apprenticeship

    Mentorship and Apprenticeship

    Regardless of style, It’s a long, winding road to guitar mastery. Julian Lage describes his journey and who has helped him along the way.
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    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 21 min
    Fate or Hard Work … and Maybe a Little Luck?

    Fate or Hard Work … and Maybe a Little Luck?

    How virtuoso Julian Lage went from transcribing jazz maestro Jim Hall’s solos as a youth to playing alongside the late legend in adulthood.
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    Hit us up: chasingfrets@premierguitar.com
    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 28 min
    The 12 Commandments of Julian Lage

    The 12 Commandments of Julian Lage

    The jazz phenom elaborates on his most prized playing epiphanies.
    Presented by http://collingsguitars.com (Collings Guitars)
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    Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Joffman68 ,

Super enjoyable

This is a great guitar based podcast, with really interesting artists as guests. Jason, and his co-interviewers ask really engaging questions. I’ve heard from a handful of players I already know and love, and have been introduced to new ones. This type of content makes me think podcasting is in a golden age-even though the rest of the world is melting down. Glad I subscribed

Guitar Teacher ,

Great podcast for guitarists!

Just getting caught up with this podcast starting with the Matt Smith episodes. Great to hear his voice again and his insights into recording. Keep up the great work Jason and PG crew.

Davedeck ,

Good to Hear Joey on Lowell George

I enjoyed hearing Joey, of whom I’ve been a fan since the first Bros. Landreth album, talk about his admiration for Lowell George. I’ve played a few Little Feat songs in bands over the years starting with Willin’ in the early 70s. One small correction: Joey seemed to saying it was difficult to play Dixie Chicken in open C even though it’s structurally the same as open A. Obviously, the position makes a difference. The signature lick is played around the 12th fret as I recall. However, open C, played two whole steps down from open E, is 1 5 1 3 5 1, while open A is 5 1 5 1 3 5. Both have a major chord on the top three strings but they’re in the perfect order in open A (or G) that fits Little Feat songs so well.

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