Category: Music

60 Cycle Hum is a guitar podcast of two guys talking about guitar, music, and whatever else runs through their minds.

July 9, 2017

178 - More Terrible Guitar Furniture

This episode is sponsored by Sinasoid. Sinasoid is your one-stop shop for all your instrument cable needs. Go check them out! This episode is also sponsored by Walrus Audio. They're about the drop the new ARP-87 delay. You should check it out. We will have a demo on our YouTube channel on July 11th.

This week Ryan and Steve talk about the newest update to the Wheel of Pedals. Check out the new rule changes on the Wheel of Pedals FB group. Here's the rest of the episode:

1. Someone made an acoustic/bass hybrid guitar from a red BC Rich acoustic

2. Apparently Google listens to you listening to 60 Cycle Hum

3. Lamp guitar and table guitar

4. Would you buy a signature instrument from a YouTuber?

5. This guitar is Made in Japan

This week's music was sent by the Shy Boyz. These songs are "Why do I always Bleed?" and "2 Horses (and 2 Naked Boys)"

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July 2, 2017

177 - Why do brands fail?

This episode is sponsored by Walrus Audio. Check out their revisions for the Iron Horse v2. The updated features really maximize the flexibility of the pedal. This episode was also sponsored by Keeley Electronics. They're about to release the Compressor Plus. Keeley was already one of the top names in pedal compression, and they just went PLUS. That's awesome. Lastly (but not leastly), this episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. If you're looking for a custom cable, look no further than Sinasoid

This week Ryan and Steve start off talking about two new releases from TC Electronic, the Hall of Fame 2 and the Pipeline. Hopefully by now you've seen the videos on our YouTube Channel. Here's the rest of the information for this episode.

1. Someone is selling an Ibanez OD-9 for a lot of money. Apparently it's rare.

2. Mission Engineering previewed the 529 Power Supply 

3. Robin Ranger Guitars

4. Some brands are popular for a hot minute, then fade away. What kills brands?

5. Fender Solid State Vibrolux

This week's song is "Stranger" by Vitamin K, sent by Morgan Vander Hart

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June 25, 2017

176 - Guitar’s Not Dead

This episode is sponsored by Walrus Audio. Check out their revisions for the Iron Horse v2. The updated features really maximize the flexibility of the pedal. This episode was also sponsored by Keeley Electronics. They're about to release the Compressor Plus. Keeley was already one of the top names in pedal compression, and they just went PLUS. That's awesome. Lastly (but not leastly), this episode was sponsored by Sinasoid. If you're looking for a custom cable, look no further than Sinasoid

In this episode Ryan starts off by going on and on about his new amp. If you haven't already seen it on YouTube on Instagram, it's an Ibanez TSA15H. Here's the standard episode stuff.

1. Epiphone Riviera

2. Ryan catches Steve up on what went down at Kauerfest. Here's a link to three videos Ryan made from the event.

3. The Fender Koa Telecaster is a real thing

4. Is Guitar Dead or dying? Washington Post offered an opinion, and so did we.

5. This guy needs an effects pedal expert

This week's song was sent by the band Antiøch, from Columbus , Ohio. The song is called "Don't Look Down" 

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June 22, 2017

The worst podcast episode ever - Kauerfest 2017

Ryan and Phil and friends record the most chaeotic podcast ever. I blame the free beer at Kauerfest. Not a ton of a gear content but lots of fun quotable moments

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June 22, 2017

Kauerfest - Morning show with Clifton Worley and Phil Eisenhower

Ryan and Clifton discuss early recording blunders and then Phil tells a really really long story about a bike or something. 

This episode was recorded at the Kauer Guitars shop during Kauerfest. 

Clifton Worley appears courtesy of The Clifton Worley Show

Phil Eisenhower appears courtesy of The Gear Slum

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June 18, 2017

Kauerfest #1 Feat: Doug, Phil, Clifton & Ryan

Ryan, Phil and Clifton get Doug Kauer on the mic to talk about Kauerfest, and then rabbit trail into random nonsense. 

 

Featuring Phil Eisenhower (The Gear Slum podcast)

Clifton Worley (The Clifton Worley Show)

Doug Kauer (Kauer Guitars)

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June 11, 2017

175 - Ryan & Steve build each others rigs

This episode is presented by Sinasoid Pro Audio Couture. Sinasoid is your one-stop shop for all things instrument and speaker cable. If you're confused about anything they offer, they have a top-notch customer service team ready to help you out.

This week Ryan talks about a new product he's been working on with Cusack Music, the Hold-a-Burrito. Then the boys get into the regular stuff

Gibson Gift Set

Steve and Ryan discuss their favorite $50 pedals

Galaxy Guitar and Bass

Ryan and Steve answer the question "what rig would you build for each other?"

Peavey Odyssey

This week's song was sent by Eric Evans for the band Left of Center. This song is called "Divide the Hate"

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June 6, 2017

60 Cycle Hum: NEWS - EarthQuaker Devices

EarthQuaker Devices released five updates to their current pedal line. Why read about them, when you can listen to us talk about them instead?

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June 4, 2017

174 - PEW PEW PEW

This week's episode is brought to you by the fine folks over at Sinasoid Cables. Steve wants you to know that they make great, high-quality cables. Ryan wants you to know that they make smiles.

This week Steve gives you an update on the Wangs Mini 5. It got taken out into a live (church) setting and put through its paces. Definitely a fun little amp.

Here's the list of things we talked about

Chalkboard guitar

What's the deal with all these social media gear giveaways?

Travel Vox Guitar

Gibson just released their Modern Doublecut. Here's some thoughts

Steve Stevens Ray Gun

This week's song was sent by Ian MAddox for the band Askultura. The song is called "In Water We Trust" 

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May 28, 2017

173 - Serious Tinnitus Talk

This episode was brought to you by Sinasoid. We can't get enough Sinasoid in our lives. You should check them out if you're looking for an instrument cable. Seriously...what are you waiting for?

We got Coe from One Day Roadshow back again for another episode. Here's some of the stuff we talked about.

Rifle Telecaster

Don't get tinnitus, but if you get it...this is interesting

Cortez Flying Y

Coe asks us a bunch of questions

Lincoln guitars

This is song was sent by Lucas Ryvers from the band Young Babylon. This track is called "Let my dancing do the talking"

 

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