Category: Music

60 Cycle Hum is a guitar podcast that covers the used market of Craigslist, Ebay and Reverb.com, Each week hosts Ryan and Steve tackle ads sent in by listeners and discuss topics relevant to the guitar gear industry. If you listen to Guitar Nerds, Chasing tone, or any other popular guitar podcast 60 Cycle Hum should be familiar to you.

May 6, 2018

221 - Bearded Moon

This week's episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We promote instrument and patch cables a ton, but did you know Sinasoid makes the Sasquatch series of super rugged speaker cables and power cables? Go see what they've got today! This episode was also sponsored by SolidGoldFX. SGFX has a whole range of high quality guitar effects. Ryan just put out a demo for the 76 Octave Fuzz. Lastly this episode is brought to you by Chase Bliss Audio. CBA just released the Condor. A simple EQ tool on the surface, the Condor allows for sweeping filter effects that turn it into a versatile modulation box. Go check it out!

This time around Ryan and Steve sit down with Coe Schneider from the Flippin' Flippers Podcast and One Day Roadshow. They start off talking about the Matthews Effects Ch3mist and everything new in the world of Coe.

Pictures of stuff

1. Guitar Carving

2. The guys play with a whole bunch of pedals on air. 

3. Do we need a folding ukulele?

4. Are amps that are bad pedal platforms also bad amps?

5. 36 foot long guitar

This week's song is called "Radio Flyer" by Kate Jacobs.

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April 29, 2018

220 - Stage Friendly Food

This week's episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. Ryan got a wiring setup for his SG from them and it looks fantastic. Maybe someday he will install it. This episode was also brought to you by Walrus Audio. We recently did a demo of their revamp of the Luminary Quad Octave Generator. It's a rad pedal with some great adjustments on this update. Lastly this episode is brought to you by the folks at Sinasoid. Every Tuesday Sinasoid rolls out a Tech Flex special. This deal on a pre-made cable is perfect for folks thatget overwhelmed with too many Tech Flex options. Go check it out today!

This episode Ryan talks about the new camera equipment we're using the put the podcast on Youtube and use for other "on the go" production needs.

Pictures and things

1. 64 Jazzmaster

2. Ryan and Steve discuss a what point of historic value should a guitar not be dismantled and sold for parts.

3. A collection of Squier 51s

4. Food on stage. What are the best and worst foods to eat while performing

5. Thanks!

This week's music was sent by Matt Chittum and is called "Starry Night (By the Sea)"

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April 22, 2018

219 - Cool Fun Shape

This week's episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. Ryan got a wiring setup for his SG from them and it looks fantastic. Maybe someday he will install it. This episode was also brought to you by Walrus Audio. We recently did a demo of their revamp of the Luminary Quad Octave Generator. It's a rad pedal with some great adjustments on this update. Lastly this episode is brought to you by the folks at Sinasoid. Head on over to their website to check out the Slate, their flagship cable model that features an ultra-rugged outer wrap while retaining all of the flexibility you want out of a high-end cable.

On this week's episode Ryan and Steve throw some shade around. They also talk about the Palmer Pocket Amp Mk2 and the TC Electronics Aeon

Pictures, right?

1. Fendson and Gibder

2. HP42 has left Guitcon. What would we do if we hosted something similar.

3. Partcaster that Ryan wishes he bought

4. Is the big amp/cab era over?

5. Bummer way to find out some bad news.

This week's songw as sent by Ariel Levine and is called "At the Bottom of the Sunset Strip".

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April 20, 2018

218e- Epoxy Phantom

This episode was also brought to you by Flower Pedals. Their Indiegogo campaign is live now which means you can pre-order pedals at discounted prices. If you're looking for tremolo, overdrive, boost or octave, check out that pre-order!

Pictures

1. Resin Teisco

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April 18, 2018

218d - istomp the yard

This episode is brought to you by Sinasoid. The Slate is Sinasoid's signature cable. It's got a slightly tacky feel that grips the stage in a way that a lot of professional players love. It's super rugged and well...just go check it out already!

Pictures

1. iStomp

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April 17, 2018

218c - Serviceman Jaguar (adweek wednesday)

This episode was also brought to you by Flower Pedals. Their Indiegogo campaign is live now which means you can pre-order pedals at discounted prices. If you're looking for tremolo, overdrive, boost or octave, check out that pre-order!

Pictures

1.Serviceman Jaguar

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April 16, 2018

218b - Vintage Cheerios (Ad week Tuesday!)

This episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. We promote instrument and patch cables a ton, but did you know that each Tuesday they roll out a Tech Flex special? Go check them out now!

Pictures

1. Cheerios!

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April 15, 2018

218a - Two Bridges (Adweek: Monday)

This episode was brought to you by Flower Pedals. Their Indiegogo campaign is live now which means you can pre-order pedals at discounted prices. If you're looking for tremolo, overdrive, boost or octave, check out that pre-order! This week's episode was also brought to you by Sinasoid. The Sliver from Sinasoid is the smallest soldered plug we've ever seen. If you want something tiny for your pedalboard, go check 'em out!

Ryan and Steve talk about some brand new Sinasoid cables they received, and Ryan gives a brief rundown on Steve's scalloped 70s RI Stratocaster

Pictures

1. Epiphone 12 string

2. The Flippening?

 

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April 11, 2018

Ryan goes to a P&W concert

Ryan went to a P&W concert with his worship leader and podcasted on the road to and from the event. It's a fun time and you should listen to it.

 

Check out Jonathan's podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/10-steps-further/id1293788430?mt=2

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April 8, 2018

217 - Bad Horses

This week's episode is brought to you by Gunstreet Wiring Shop. Gunstreet is made of a small team of folks that focus on quality and community. They will be at the Tacoma Guitar Festival April 21st and 22nd, 2018. If you're in the area, pay them a visit and tell them we sent you! This episode was also brought to you by Flower Pedals. Their Indiegogo campaign is live now which means you can pre-order pedals at discounted prices. If you're looking for tremolo, overdrive, boost or octave, check out that pre-order! Lastly, this episode was brought to you by Sinasoid, sort of. Squatch Design is ramping up with a set of beautiful wood pedal boards at great prices. Oh, did I mention this company is also run by the Sinasoid guys, which means you're going to get the same type of support and service that you've already come to expect. Head over to their site to learn so much more!

 

In this week's episode Steve and Ryan start off with talking about Steve's new pedal, the DOD Gunslinger. Ryan talks about the results of the Nanolog WaveFunction contest. 

Pictures, yes?

1. Horse Guitar

2. Ryan and Steve discuss putting Bigsby vibratos on offset-style guitars

3. Hello, kitty

4. Why is Fender set to succeed now and in the future? 

5. Open up that back

This week's song was sent by Matthew Kauffmann of Flower Pedals and is called "Redundant Picnic Zone"

 

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