We just barely scratched the surface in our conversation with Wire Instruments' Earnie Bailey this week, he's a guy that definitely has a lot of stories to tell. But if you aren't familiar with who he is or his work, have a listen and get into it. We talk about Earnie's background and life leading up to becoming a guitar maker, life on tour with a few bands you might've heard of, and some of the cool stuff he's got in the works.
This week we are happy to bring you an interview with Mark Fuqua of Motor Avenue Guitars! Join in as we talk about Mark's path to becoming a guitar maker, growing up in California, and more.
This week, Sully chats with player, builder, inventor, and fellow Chicagoland transplant, Frank Falbo. We talk about what he's up to, as well as some of the things he's invented or worked on (Seymour Duncan P-Rails, Fishman Fluence Pickups, and the Intension bridge, to name a few). We get in depth about pickups and the impact that can be made by small changes to the proverbial stew. Enjoy!
Sully's always wanted to get into pickup winding, but hasn't gotten around to it yet. That doesn't mean that you can't jump in head first, and you'll be armed with some helpful tips about getting started courtesy of Señor Ormsby! Listen up kids, he's talking to you from the future, after all.
Join hosts Paul Rhoney and Doug Kauer in this week's episode of the Luthierist podcast, where we answer listener questions and talk about dealing with social media trolls.
The Luthierist podcast is back, and better than... well, I'm sure it's better than something. It's certainly not the worst thing in the world right? But we love our new found NPR voices, and almost did the whole show with them. But we didn't, so you're welcome.
Hey Kids! Tune in (is that even a thing anymore?) as Sully chats with The Stew-mac Daddy, Erick Coleman! Erick talks about what got him started in repair and how he's spent the last 13 years at the fantastic Stewart MacDonald. We get into what a week in the life is like for him there, some great customer anecdotes, and how Dan Erlewine is the cool uncle we all need. Music by Erick's band, The D-Rays!