Jim talks about whatever he wants, episodes released when he feels like there's something to say.
Nashville, music, country, guitar, session, live, etc.
3-18-20 Jim sees the show to end all shows and now all shows have ended
Charlie Worsham and Bryan Sutton have a tornado relief show at the Station Inn, Glaser knocks it out of the park with a bridge installation, XTS makes a great pedalboard, and the world is shutting down for a while because of coronavirus.
3-9-20 Jim survives a tornado
There's a Whiskey jam appearance coming up, Jim makes it out of a tornado unscathed, John Osborne is now using his amp, Glaser is putting a bridge on his guitar, XTS is building his pedalboard, and at the end some speakers are swapped and played.
2-12-20 Jim talks about cars and strings
Car repairs are needed, the Gibson SG is played, the Anderson Tele is at Joe Glaser's shop, and a string shootout happens at the end.
2-4-20 Jim talks about trying 1950's Telecasters
Jim gets back from Carter Vintage guitars and talks about old guitars, the Super Bowl, and Skywalkers Risings. Spoilers for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker if you haven't seen it yet.
1-27-20 Jim talks about normal things like a normal person
Topics include seeing a friend's band play, diving deeper into favorite bands and musicians, recent sports stories, and answering questions about the pedalboard build video.
Also, the 2nd half of this podcast is a scrapped episode from a few days earlier where Jim tested two Dr. Z amp heads against each other and swapped tubes around.
1-6-20 Jim tests his new pedalboard and talks a lot about analog delay pedals
Other topics include DIYing things, potential new course topics, and some guitar gets played.
Favorite Music Podcast
Jim is the man, this pod gives you a great perspective on working with music at any capacity. 5 stars & 2 thumb picks up baby
Anyone looking to have a career in the music industry can glean something from this podcast! It’s not a marketing podcast, and Jim’s not just trying to sell you the secrets to success. It’s a low key, (usually) one-sided conversation about his day-to-day experiences as a young musician/engineer in Nashville. It’s the only podcast I listen to the moment it comes out!
Entertaining and educational
Jim’s YouTube videos show that he’s an excellent guitarist. The podcasts contain an interesting mix of helpful tips, cool stories, and great tone. As one of the other reviewers said, it’s like hanging out with one of your guitar friends.