16 Burst results for "Paul Reed Smith"

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:50 min | 6 months ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"A lot of work to be done, a lot of development costs to be expended. All right, again, we're speaking with ward Carol, former F-14 naval aviator author of the punk's novels. You also have a YouTube channel, which has some really fascinating videos, particularly enjoyed, I think, as we record this, I think I was your latest video, which was about the different paint schemes on the tomcat. And you had an interesting way to rank these. Yes, it's scientific and proprietary. The moocs tally the merge tally. I've used that before for the top 25 military movie lines. Mooch was my call sign. So the mooch tally is just a way to rack and stack any list of things you're trying to aggregate. And so yeah, just having a little fun with that. That was about the paint schemes and I also factored in some other elements that maybe were a little bit of a surprise if people thought it was just going to be about what is the airplane look like on the ramp. Patches, tactical call signs, some tiebreakers were sort of the history of the squadron. You know, if they have a World War II heritage, like the Tom caters, the jolly Rogers or the grim reapers even. Which was the F-14 training squadron. I was both a student and an instructor in VF one O one. And the number one not to spoil anybody who hasn't seen the episode is VFA four, which was made famous by the movie the final countdown, which was the first time I'd ever seen enough 14 in action was in that movie. I saw that when I was a midshipman at the naval academy in a movie theater that isn't there anymore here in Annapolis. So that movie is near and dear to my heart. I've done an episode about that movie as well. That's kind of fun. So yeah, I'm having fun with the channel. I'm working on an episode now about the achille lauro incident. You guys may remember that keg 17 VF one O three and before they were the jolly Rogers they were the sluggers and VF 74, the B Devils. I've dealt with that squadron in an episode where smoke Dorsey shot down an air force F four in a training exercise. So the B Devils have been mentioned on the channel before. But this is the PLA terrorists killed an American tourist aboard the achile larrow and then tried to escape out of Egypt in a 7 37 the airplane was redirected by a group of F-14s at night. Operating with their lights out, it was quite a sporty evolution and a real coordination of the battle group assets, E two, had sort of the big picture, the Italians weren't terribly happy that the airplanes landed at sigonella, which was there air base there, the American air base in Sicily. They wanted it to go to Catania and they weren't real happy that the airplane was coming to Italy in any case. And so when the airplane was forced to land at sinella, there was a little problem between the American special forces that had landed behind the airplane in two C one 41s and the Italian army. And so they squared off at the airfield and it could have got kinetic, unfortunately did not. And the solution was they handed on the terrorists over the Italians. And we were just happy that they didn't get away. Because it looked like the Egyptians were going to let them go. So that's what my next episode's about. But you know, I'm trying to do two or three a week. The channel I started about this time last year. And it was pretty paltry stats at first. You know, it's just like anything else you got to crawl walk run. My mentor is a music YouTuber, a guy named Rick beato, if you guys are guitarists, you probably know about Rick. He just interviewed sting on his channel. So he showed me the ropes. We became friends because I'm a frustrated rock and roller and he's a frustrated Politico and so we got together here in Annapolis while he was visiting the Paul Reed Smith guitar factory across the bay from us. And he said, hey, why are you doing so much Twitter? Why don't you start a YouTube channel? And I had a YouTube channel like a repository for dog show videos and my nephews eating a chocolate egg as fast as they could. Or whatever, you know, just, you know, nonsense family stuff. And he's like, no, no, just do what you do on Twitter, except talking to your phone. So I did that and nobody cared until the truth about the F-14 and goose's death episode. So I did that episode just before Christmas. Last year, so we're coming up on a year. And it literally laid there for three months. These are the vagaries of the YouTube algorithm. And so, you know, I'm doing a little bit of here's how you write procedurals. Here's a little bit of, you know, ward's take on the political landscape. Here's how to fast forward your guitar prowess, some tricks. You know, it's sort of a renaissance thing. And then suddenly, on April 17th of 2021, that episode had 80,000 plays in one day. And so I called Rick I'm like, what is going on? And I didn't do a thing. I didn't promote it. I didn't, you know, it just rocketed up. And so Rick said, well, the algorithm is figured out you're a subject matter expert. Through some confluence of search terms and keywords and interests and maybe some DCS simulator stuff going on. But and this is before I was using iMovie. You know, there's no post production. It's me talking. I'm like, one take Jake, talking in the phone for a long time. You know? Using this tomcat model behind me, just holding it and talking about flat spin characteristics. And where Gus didn't follow goldfish procedures and that he didn't jettison the Canopy before he ejected. And as a function of that, he hit the Canopy with his head on the way out. And so Rick's like, okay, guess what? The audience gets a vote. You now have a military aviation channel with you all win or not, right? Yeah, and so I unlisted all the stuff that wasn't military aviation because he said you're going to you're going to anger those who think it's sort of like if you listen to an album and it's rock and roll and then every song around that is like acoustic. It pisses you off. So it was going to be the same thing for my channel. If you thought you were getting this guy who's going to talk with his hands, and he's doing other things. It would just, you know, you don't subscribe pretty fast. So that was fine. Because as you've seen, since that time, I've done like 80 episodes, dealing with primarily aviation. There's some history in there. There's a lot of just my stories or those of my friends or the tomcat mafia to include the one I'm going to do tomorrow that's achille Laura's in F-14 story. And I know some of the guys that were involved in that. I'm going to do one about this is sort of the companion to the VF one episode I did. A couple of weeks ago, which was the only tomcat shoot down in desert storm and you may know that they shot down a helicopter and MI 8 near Basra. That was the only tomcat shoot down in desert storm. We can talk about the reasons that were so. It's more than just the capability F-14. But the only other thing of note that happened in the F-14 is VF one O three off of the Saratoga had an airplane shot down over western Iraq. Ratt Slade and Devon Jones, boots Jones, booze was the pilot rat was the Rio got shot down by an SA two. They had the raw gear warning gear was lit up, but they didn't see the missile because they were over a cloud deck. It's like rule number one of where you don't want to be in a salmon environment. And they saw the missile too late to do any dodging maneuvers and it exploded near them and blew off their tail..

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"And paul reed smith guitars and Soldano amps. And all those. You know that. I have a problem. I know i have a problem so first step towards carrying it is getting a better jobs by all that stuff to solve my problem. It's the first step or or absent is one of the no no can't do it. It's funny because as anybody knows me. I'm looking at your. Oh my god like start drooling. And they'll be like they'll look over at and we're like. oh yeah. That is pretty brazilian rosewood neck. Yeah so it's now inundated with all these video games. I can't watch a quick little torque. 'cause i love the tutorial stuff constantly looking at guitar tutorial drywall stuff. The handyman stuff. The the music stuff the music production stuff just like always wanna see those things and now every twenty five seconds you have an at. It's getting hard to just even watch or enjoy the the internet anymore without getting time banded creighton some boundaries. I'd do it man. i listen. I mean i'd be lying by never was on social media but i but i will say okay. I'm literally gonna give myself one minute and i'll do it from one minute and that's it i don't care for the middle fucking reading something i've just. I've just built this muscle. Where i don't get lost in it. Because i used to get lost in it i used to literally be scrolling in scrolling in looking in pudding clay at all time like holy shit. Our is gone. Yeah just like evaporates your time so i just i knew i had to again. Change that thing about me to your. We adjusted our we. Did the man tools a couple years back on the radio. Because it was facebook was becoming a thing and it was in its infancy and starting to become a problem..

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"As as much of a you know i mean i'm joking but you know when you're you're kids come into a lot of money it's like that's that's not. That's that's not really true. Though as much as wildness honestly though you know he he He's very much a a very much carbon copy. Happy wait for wild child. Maybe even today is younger. He was a lot louder well. Relaying like yeah but i mean i'm now dad's defense when he couldn't afford to and i just attacked ideas attack muted random. Why well his also the one time when. Excuse me dad didn't have the money and couldn't afford it. I needed to go on the road with the cover band with you guys. And i didn't have a decent guitar or a decent app and he's like okay. We'll let let let me get you what you need. What you need. And i'm like wall. I mean dream. I would love a paul reed smith guitar. That's like i think it was seventeen or eighteen hundred bucks. Excuse me and I wanted a message. And i think that was two thousand dollars and he went around the bar to all his employees that night when we were at the horsemen club and boreham four thousand bucks that night and the next day. I had a a qatari now. So i mean i i pretty great guy bought me my first good bass guitar. That guy. well you know the matter is. Is that You know later on in life it turned out bits. You know he wasn't actually my real father. And i've never really told anybody this you know i'm not. I don't really talk about this. But it explained the difference between china myself. It really did. Because chad is like i say complete carbon copy of his complete absolute Look voice a lot of similar behaviors mannerisms like identical. And as i grew up. I i wasn't like that. And i didn't understand why am i. Why why are those guys so alike. And i'm not like them. It's it's called the moral compass. Mike god mike. Why do i have a moral compass. Yes wow wait. That's agree it's crazy so your mom but did your mom know no was to.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

07:55 min | 10 months ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Work. We did that one episode of re talked about videos that fucking got us off his kids like it. The it happened so quick. They get you so fast. Now here i go again on my own home. You're out. That's it didn't work out so well i had to when i was reading up on it because we were going to. Have you. just play grand theft auto. On which i was so before. We realize that we can't do it because my computers to fucking janke. I had to turn the radio. Blake to always off so we wouldn't get cut off like you can't have music play in there fucking wild. I don't mind that so not playing. Gte for the tunes man. You know i always find. I mean i've said it before Grand theft auto san andreas. The kyros station is top to bottom is perfect. It's like it's a fantastic collection songs every. Gte game i pull at least one or two songs. Out of what we're talking about is we're going to try and do say Twitch again with gte following all the traffic ruling shot and with special. I think shampoo do amazing guests. Sheriff went up. But i also just want to pull off my caper which is to rob a store. Murder the worker and then hide in the back room until police come and then see how long i can stay in there. I mean yeah. It's it's i expected your care to be something more grant. That's low caper. It's not really a caper because your end eventually i. It's funny because you're in the back room and it's sleazy backroom and then suddenly sherve comes in and you have the shooting the leg and he's he's like wounded but not dead. I like flying to fund. I'm kind of like a like a as i was going to say. I'm kind of like a little kid playing video games. But that's video games a little kid shit. Yeah we're exactly. There are professional. Gamers out there. And i've only really recently realize this guys like jeff nano who has made his entire life playing a cop on. Gti is that right and it's very very lame like unbelievably lame to look up. Jeff labar god. Damn it was this jeff labar cinderella cinderella. Right right right we can do. We can do a quick live a live up. Yeah live research on a song or something to distract the audience. Invidious rose every single song. Mice fucking solid on here via work done anyways. Welcome to overnight. Drive her the interim us again but sure yes forget. This is post post this flying burrito brothers van the kentucky headhunters had a troubled childhood. Italy down boy made me crazy then. You bro me. Ram wow this is pretty bad. Tell you what the fuck name and his band. The desert rose band music. I never. I've never needed the this stuff. This kind of music is becoming popular again back around remember. How like these dudes who are playing wisconsin's look like they're in like look like bachelor confessional. And but they play modern country. That for some reason is appealing. Stop the country. Music music queen of hearts yet. Thank you jesus. I i find i find most country music so here i am. All you gotta be is generally to be very good anyway. Mamad great minds think alike now. Solid solid radio station. They're really good k. Rose miss me adver miss. You miss me with that bro. You're not going to my country. Bands shows in other words. Completely can barely please pint tendom. He's at the stand there. Stand there i will. I enjoy the need. A bunch of albany. Sh- loves playing country music. That what's happening. Yes really yes. I know a bunch of albany slobs so the only the two people i know in the city are both in this room right now. I'm playing country. Frigging plan again. I may which responsible but the new country. There's new new country that appeals tenue. Like appeals to like people who are also intellect taylor swift and the country music is like it's dudes like sleeves and are like. I used to play this now. I play that all about like pickup trucks and like hard living and we're just coming back around like there's nothing nothing doesn't exist anymore. So that's just what it's going to be doing outlaw. Country now for some reason is really outlaw country. It's there it's there bad water down. I've been listening to the queers. My entire life martin film. A shiny matchless ample. He's a really outlaw country. You know they all they all played jesse coulter played a shiny matchless amp. Yeah paul reed smith special. Got my pr s. Here i got my wedding band and hand and my parents and another guess which one. I'm going to get rid of i. Who is the country singer on the sentence. Lurlene lumpkin yeah lane on that homer one. Fuck yeah almost you blame her. Could you blame him. Sorry could you blame him. I could blame her a lot. I mean he's mr plow. That was that is true. Get the key to the city. He's got his whole thing going on. Learn alert lean or lean or lean. Lumpkin they're always by beverly liangelo. Wow beverly dangelo. Had no interesting. Career is not the word i'm looking for. She was attractive in the seventies true. Like kind of less attractive in the eighties. Little diane chambers thing going on which is something that a bunch of guys were sure like a smart sexy woman who complains a lot and gives you a bunch of shit and makes you feel stupid. But then she got really briefly really hot in the ninety s and early two desktops. You got older and then you know whatever like times a motherfucker and it always gets you but leg. She had a really interesting trajectories. I was looking for. I'm sure she chevy chess. Oh you're kidding there. I'd fuck chevy chase. Remember when they drove over the bump and they lost a couple of their suitcases and of course he's like. Oh my birth control was one reason there. Yeah my diaphragm and well. Why can't you pull out. Because he's he's he gets for the same reason he can't family wally world he just gets excited. Thought about that way. Too early of an age. I was like i know how it works. Why can't he just. Why can't you just do a blowjob. I knew i can't you just fucking hit the wall. Yeah over the wall debbie gibson. Y- i mean that's the thing and diaphragms. Wow those like a seventy nine percent safety dead on the diaphragm. Do never have you met anyone who's used the diaphragm in your in. Your life of fucking has been like met anyone. Who's like before we go further. Have to put my diaphragm. No never Know diaphragm no. Today's sponge no none of that. Shit i would. I thought about like what if somebody had.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"So go ahead. God all right the next on my list. Derek saint homes. American music musician best known as vocalist and rhythm guitar player for ted nugent. Early solo career after splitting with nugent He worked with various artists. Most notably whitford saint homes. Who i have seen which is very exciting for me With brad whitford. From aerosmith. Which i got to see out of a crowd of twenty five at the hard rock cafe in pittsburgh those very exciting for me because i got to meet both of them. I know it's so great. Well nobody came out. It was pouring rainy night and it was that those shows that like you kinda kick yourself. How do really good show. Brad whitford like i got so excited. Yeah i mean. They're giving me bunny ears in the photo. And every derek sang in the paul reed smith band co writing songs including one in same and ice cold kisses. Saint homes was a special guest at the. Get the lead out concert at rams head in baltimore. He played guitar for rock and roll then sang stranglehold. He's actually the voice heard in the track recording he's also performed a stranglehold with get the led out at the nokia center in new york city. while i mentioning derek saint homes. I'm just gonna go ahead and say brad whitford things too because he was singing at show as well. So he's going to be my little honorable mention for the night. Nice so Both fantastic singers. Just nobody really knows or things about it. I think for those two so this guy is known as certain circles as riff lord. Oh that is what that is. How respected and revered. This guy is guitar player. His tone is still his. He was candidate prominence in the ninety s today. His tone is still being analyzed and trying to get his tone because this is what an amazing the influential guitar player. This guy is a lot of people. Do not realize that. Jerry cantrell also has a great voice. He is doing those things out to change. The was like unlike any other band was. They had these insane harmonies. They really go back. I mean they're not normal like pop kind of harmonies. They do these very odd ball things. And it is part of the allison chains sound. This is one of those bands that if you're going to cover it's like you know they say if you're going to cover. Acdc you really should have rhythm guitar player guitar players. I think you're gonna cover a lot of the allison chains material. You you you really need to know the vocalist who can cop those harmonies because when once once you hear that without the you realize something's missing you gotta have that and can't trails dynamite at that as well as he did sing some alison chains songs as well. Kind of like the way. Pete townsend saying right in this. I i kind of bring these two together He had a s- put out a solo album in one thousand nine hundred which i bought called boggy depot a dig degradation trips volumes one and two in two thousand and two also collaborated and performed with heart. Ozzy osbourne metallica. Pantera circus of power metal church government mule damage plan pearl jam. The cults. don't tip pilots danza. Glenn hughes duff mckeag and the deaf towns and many others The name reflected came from a rock metal magazine metal hammer in two thousand and six guitar world. Ranked cantrell is the thirty eighth out of one hundred greatest heavy metal guitars of all time thirty seventh greatest guitar player of all time in two thousand twelve guitar world also rent control solo for man in the box number seventy on its list of one hundred greatest guitar. Solos also contribute to the soundtrack of cable guy. John with chapter two dark nights has made cameos in films such as jerry. Maguire rockslide and deadwood. The movie cantrall also acted in the house and change monkey memories. The nona tapes and i see twenty-three jerry cantrell there it is there. It is boom dynamite. A lot of people don't realize that That he is Just just a great great singer whose next we go although me why do wanna say hi to Rescue jack who's watching from the band. Four thirty four out of school dan virginia. I said it right. He likes red stag. And he's bringing me moonshine. Next time it comes into town anyway scope poultry. That's not his name. John sykes is on my english musician. Songwriter and producer. Best known as member of whitesnake thin lizzy tigers of pan. Tang he was fired of what pantano. Y'all no he was fired. From whitesnake by david coverdale then fronted the hard rock group blue murder and released several solo albums after two albums and a live record he embarked on a solo career for the remainder of the ninety s and early two. Thousands psych split his time between his solo career and reform thin lizzy which he fronted until two thousand and nine. He is the main vocalist on his solo albums and blue murder. Everything he has done in blue murder reflects from the previous bans. He was in. He described their sound in nineteen eighty nine with raw magazine as having elements of both whitesnake and thin lizzy as well as the blues. Which i totally hear that in a lot of the time. Love the song jelly roll. That is really killer. And then they have a song called blue murder screen. I think they're touring then all that wouldn't be very nifty. That'd be like he refers to the band's music as heavy funk. okay. I get it feel that. She feels that she is going to go on a bag please. She feels it in certain places. That only things. I'm going to drink over drink. I'll write. I heard the song problem child. You heard it. I've heard it too. Great lou and so. I feel like the problem child tonight. Well there you go. i feel like the you'll have. That's red headed step child of podcasting their yard. That's my logo. I mean that's my like they kept my walker. Monica red headed stepchild ghazni. Somebody's a write that down. We're gonna make..

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"The end of the song. Sounds like your little under mixed on that one. Yeah i feel that way on a couple of things but when you're mixing it alive record it's not the same as making a studio record because well the players are constantly twinkies their volumes onstage. So you don't give a consistent level tape machine so there's a lot more ratting. The failures in in live record instead of like. When you're over dubbing you make sure everything's the exact level you won't and so there are a few parts in there. That i feel like could be stronger but You know what are you going to do. What are you gonna paluska. I take the first solo which is half guitar. Slide guitar and switch in the middle. If you listen to you could actually hear like Hit a open g with a harmonic and then reach into my pocket. Pull the slide out and put it on. So there's like a about a five or six feet paul's where i'm trying to get my side. Finger the dicky and do a lot of stuff. We're just in the middle of solar will start Either trading or not so much trading fours like everybody does but just bobbing and weaving. He'll leave a space. I'll put something in there and You know part of it will be harmony part of unison counterpoint. It's not planned out. It's just all experimental counteract like miles and coltrane you do or like coltrane and cannonball used to do a lot of that stuff that those guys did was on playing you know they were just such great musicians that they could pull it on Dreams i play the slide solo to what we did. Is dwayne solo. The original virgin. The story i heard was that he had never played slide in the solo of dream He was playing just regularly guitar and he was kind of frustrated with what he'd been playing during this particular performance looked up and saw his slides and they're just put it on in the middle of the cell on started playing. That's what i had heard about Dwayne solo in the original version of dreams. Which would explain why. That's the only time he ever played in standard tuning on an all brothers records As far as slide you know. I think he probably experimented a lot but just never played much live. He was quite at home on that particular solo. But what we did is we split it up. I mean it's much longer. But dicky plays the regular solo and then I play the the slide. Seldom there's some bobbing and weaving going on in that song at the end end of his solo. And it's different than we would normally do it to Our normal approach to the transition from nikki solo tomaso would be like trading straight trade back and forth But in this version dream. It's it's like there's no set amount of bars or beach that were trading just kind of that intermingling pro do like playing rhythm as much as lead. I enjoy playing rhythm guitar a whole lot when you can lock in with the rhythm section as far as like it as much as playing lead if i you know. Tell them if you had to cut off one of your arms. I could I would probably say that. I enjoy playing guitar more than rhythm but i really enjoy playing rhythm guitar in some ways. I wish i was better at it because there are certain people that i listened to playing rhythm and i go. Damn that's just you know so good good rhythm player hendrix. i would've actually liked to hurt. Hendrix play more with another guitar player. So he could play more of his to shit but you know stuff like little wing and angel and that random during his live performances. He would go off into this. Great kind of curtis mayfield on acid. really loved that kind of stuff. But yeah. I really enjoy playing rhythm a whole lot of kind of using less paul's mostly in the brothers. I use Less paul a lot of the time is an old one or new one. It's a fifty nine. Reissue actually was built for me. The the custom shop at gibson. That's probably my main guitar band. Also use a few. Paul reed smith guitars and i use from time to time laugh and in the studio. My other favorite guitar is This stranded i play. It's an american standard with eric clapton. Electrtonics which kinda habra it just happens to be a really nice guitar. A founded and just kind of it has really nice coosa quality. When you're playing without being plugged in you can make a good piece of wood sound. Good the if the guitar sounds acoustically. You can put the right pickups and the right electric. But i really love the strata whole lot because of the versatility of it with this eric. Clapton mid range control. You can make it almost. Sounds like a humber you know. So it's It's great because in the past. I could never play straps. Because i always got tired of the sound but now that you can get the best of both worlds out a one. It's it's really wonderful. And he's still using the sole donohoe amps soldano pretty much all the time live. I have a few other things that i use in the studio. I have this little gibson amp. It has a six inch jensen speaker. it's kind of. it's like i guess made the fifties Little blonde tweet kind of Gibson i think they call it G a ten or something. I can't remember. But it's just as great. It's almost like the hubert sunlen tone real shredding real biding but when i use the strat through it and you can add end of mid range make it nice and warm or you could just go for that real obnoxious blues told that it has. It's great plug straight into hams. Or do you go through something. That sex morning i tend to plug straight in the most i ever do is go through a little delay but usually what i do in the studio is go straight in and had monitor the delay. You know. I don't have to print. That gives an anti used. The seven turns out my used on about half the record solos. Even though that album are little gibson is but on the chase two worlds. It's pretty much all the soul. I'm how Sort of things going in the band. I i heard from a i guess. A pretty good source that dicky and gregg the best of and i was wondering does that add any spicer positive attention to the music. It's hard to say. I mean. I think sometimes rumors get kind of Overblown yeah but sometimes i guess Times of there are tension and stuff. Who's to say that it doesn't help in in some weird way the music i know my house davis read his book and he said that he used to try. And keep herbie. Hancock and tony williams and wayne shorter. Ron carter that bad. He's trying to keep those guys pissed off because he said they played great personally. Don't know if that's true or not. Maj general rule with would be when people are happy. They play their best. But i know there have been nights That i've gone out pissed off for whatever reason whether it's chose i was having equipment trouble or whatever and gone out and put all that energy into performing and then you end up playing really well and coming off stage and forgetting while you were even pissed off i write. Music is an expression of the way you feel. And i think when you're so long you.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Officials has said the crash appeared to be accidental. There were no signs of mechanical failure. Okay, so you can identify some songs right away. Sometimes just by the sound of the guitar. Some phony guitars won't be making their way into the recording studio or on stage. When you hear this solo, you can picture Jimmy page on his Gibson double neck guitar that was just one of 36 counterfeit guitars seized the Dulles Airport. 36 different shipments came in one day in December from China. Gibson's fenders, Martin's and one Paul Reed Smith, guitar, Customs and Border Protection officers checked the mouth. All counterfeit the most expensive was a Gibson a stray lead guitar valued at $9000 Good cars were headed to 21 States feel Log stain. Wtl P. News money News Ahead. 6 24 blocks data to everything D to a platform drives fast, confident decisions and decisive actions through powerful real time insights to ensure mission success. Here's Julianne Evita chief technical advisor. Public sector was flunk. Really all after is not just modernization for modernization, say, because that's what we should do, but I like to talk about it. In terms of providing a sublime citizen experience, Splunk helps agencies turned data into doing learn more. Visit Splunk dot com slash public sector that.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"I but it's kinda hard because you're like this is my job my own past like you're working with a like kind of like a mallet type thing like precedent down in there and if it the plastic kind of pops out a little bit at all you risk gouging the sound hole when you have to throw it out you know and it's like have you ever done that. Oh i mean yeah but it's not like it's the there's not a lot of like you know freaking out as much as i would if because it's not like a finnish guitar on it's not like you're at the last step and you screw it up like the i would slap. That comes out. You know so. There's not too much pressure. There's just probably why they put me in that position. I was gonna say. Is that how they like. Organize the positions. You wild just you know pop in my headphones and listening to music. And how long does it take to make a guitar. You know it. So it's you know i. I think gibson about one hundred a day. A little over one hundred employees. I think and today go out. And it's all acoustic guitars electric's nashville okay. bankrupt a couple of years ago in the closer memphis plant down. But now they're you know on the comeback from that and the new ceo. And all that. I think and and Yeah older electric's like mandolins. They make mandolins banjos as well right. Banjos that's all down. There solely acoustic guitars applied there. One time like a long time ago when they first opened or when they first moved here. I think it was like eighty nine. I think they moved here in eighty nine. I want to say. I'm glad i didn't. Oh that long ago. That's what it says. Oh i thought it was like whoa newer than that. It's so it's it's it's crazy because it's such a discrete factory when you go when you pass by their you know it's near like goodwill target that area of their you pass by there. There's a few sinuses get you know. But it's and it's often remain or off nineteen gibson. I was like wait. Where's it now. It's over at the ford. Know what. yeah okay. I had worked there and he said it's tough work. Though i it's i mean it's not easy. It's certainly manual labor. I mean i can't speak for any other departments but mine but yeah i mean there's definitely a little like you know there's definitely more that's certainly a manual labor jobs but i don't mind it too much. It's it's so different from what i've ever done that. I enjoy you know But yeah i think they're actually working on like an expansion project now to where they're going to. It's going to be like a huge new building part of the factory and there's gonna be a big sign everything so very true when they're shooting for that maybe sometime late next year or something you know it'd be cool to have here in town that something that just says gibson just something branded like that would be kind of i think in of itself something to drive by and see or at least know that there's a music presence here. Yeah because i think whenever you see that gibson brand you know you know exactly what that means. So yeah i mean yeah i think i think if there's one brand that like anybody that thinks of musical instruments they go right to their top to gibson. Martin is a big company. But they're literally. I mean they're pretty much just acoustic guitar electric. They're not electric. When you get to gibson you have the acoustics you have the gibson es jeez like like acdc in those old classic plates. It expands more of a Outside of the country genre of music. Excuse me You know Then then martin would. I guess so. Gibson is definitely a well known you know one of the most known instrument brand on their which is which is yeah. I didn't notice there. They have a little Showcase in airport actually in belgrade. That has like three gibson guitars. And just seen that. yeah. I walk right by. Yeah but there. Yeah that's what. That's how i found out. I didn't even have probably too much. And i should have. That's for sure. Until i got one back home. That's like a little martin and smaller body. And i thought when i was a kid learning guitar needed a smaller card. That my fingers around. Okay but really. It didn't actually do what i thought it was going to do. Because it's a smaller body. So it's easier to hold but the frets themselves and the neck is the same size as this you know for the most part So one of those back home. I've got a telecaster fender. Got a a squire stratocaster which is like a the cheaper version of fender stratocaster Yeah i play. I dabble a little bit banjo. But i haven't really just kind of gravitating back toward coup stick here. Do you own a banjo. I do go i do. It's really loud. So it's kinda hard to play in front of people especially people from the south. You're not used to hearing that real clanging that bluegrass. What is quickly have a Paul reed smith guitars. Have i want. I've always wanted one of those. They're beautiful gotta a few at music. Villa town i think have you checked it. Check them out down no. I've one that. I've always like a o. Color that they had. Yeah it's just like it. Looks like the sunburst. But it's -til ill looks so sick and like i've always. I don't play guitar. Actually played keyboard but i would always love to learn to play guitar. Something like that would be amazing to have on my wall. Yeah it's like you look adding like well. Maybe i'll learn is. Yeah i always told myself by. Then i'll have to learn exactly like a signature. Paul reed smith. Oh really wanna say and i think music village just got that in which is cool. He's been kind of he's mostly been collaborating with vendor the last year's but interesting he's gotten with Paul reed smith which is which is neat but yeah yeah music villas all some store. That's one thing. Do you hang out there quite a bit going there every every now and june. If i go in there too much like the bank exactly. I bought this there. And i was when i went in the store was not planning on getting this really.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Oh, the College radio station is one of the few things that could keep going. Everything else is closed, but we were recording news bulletins were doing stuff live from our kitchen. I'm doing this life for my kitchen right now. So that's that's a huge thing to College radio stations have Welcome to radio Survivor right here for the love of radio and sound. I'm Paul Reed Smith l l everybody Eric Klein here and I'm Jennifer weights. And today we're here to celebrate an anniversary a birthday of sorts and it should be a lot of fun. We get to talk with some folks at one of our affiliate stations. It is the farthest away from any of our abodes here on the East Coast United States where we're going to go virtually to Galway Ireland and we're very happy to welcome from the National University of Ireland Galway and flirt FM we have polar Healey who is the station manager of Florida Welcome Paulo. Thank you so much, and I'm amazed that you don't have your station in Antarctica that you visited before broadcasting. I don't know which is further. Yes. I probably probably Antarctic. I don't know not a great geographer. But if only we could have them on as a as an affiliate and we yep. So welcome the founder of flirt FM as well as a lecturer in English and media studies at n UI Galway Andrew Boyle. Hi glad to be here for a very excited. We are celebrating the 25th anniversary of flirt FM which is the community and and University Station there at the University in Galway and just about a week ago. I had the distinct pleasure of talking with Andrew on the are there at flirt FM as part of your twenty-fifth anniversary marathon, and so it's really nice nice to speak with you again. So quickly Andrew and I attended graduate school together for a time. He finished. I did not the University of Illinois Institute of communications research and it's nice always to to catch up and Jennifer has had the opportunity to tour flirt FM and has written that up at Radio Survivor..

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Pantheon

"When I met Chico and. Work on our own songs going out on tour as guitar, Tech Stage for a while for the blossoms. and. Dreams really do come true for my twenty first birthday hand off Scotty Johnson Guitar Player we. Switch. Guitar. certain point in the set. And I don't know five thousand people in the audience and I was like here like take it. He's like Nah I'm not taking that I don't get nervous I'm like you take this damn thing guess which that is. You're playing happy birthday look at all the. Still. Stands up. Oh man made a big deal out of the play. I. Need to know Tom Petty with Chinois since March twenty. First. Birthday. That's pretty fucking cool. It was great man and thereby they're my best friends now like they take us out on the road with them and and it's it's it's incredible. I mean that was my dream on years is going to be in that play guitar with them. And I did that you know. So it's been inspiring and they didn't do you know it's crazy. The phone numbers that I have now are a lot of my heroes that I grew up with their records in this is like a call and ask by Sir on all this kind of stuff. It's it's it's pretty incredible. Very lucky. Yeah Yeah and You know that's what tells me that you know you guys do have a real shot at a at becoming something. Once we get on the other side of this thing you know an you know we'll. We'll get you there. So tell me a little bit about Chico ideas in what he brings in what Jordan Hoffman brings the to the trio. Chico's kind of the brains of the operation. He's a he's. He's the one is good at math in the band. In. We just hit it off in. We have both are really driven. You know. We've been stuck together for I. Don't know like I said I met him in two thousand and we were kids thousand three whatever it was four. And A. Great. Drummer. You know he's just really supportive in in. My vision what I see you know and we he's is my brother and Jordan the same way we Jordan. Who's playing in a band is moved from Ohio to la been living up to five years. So he was in another band and we played they opened up for us in Arizona. And he wanted to. We just got stolen. He flew out and and auditioned in Canada's we played. He flew earlier we played in our rent through like ours tunes and it was hey, let's go get drunk somewhere and we just went in. The next week we went and got us shit and he moved to Arizona and now this story man and he's he's great to he's song ride like he's brought a lot to the table songwriting. Wise. And all that stuff. So They were. Yeah. But can he can he play basing a play keyboards with this ass and Taurus pedals with his foot like like Getty Lee. Yeah, he's. He's not you just get them there overtime over. He's not forming that that the keys with the bass parts of this feet yet you know. So, what is our gear heads? What's What's the rig that too that you enjoy taking out with you on the road I actually have. My the I use called Fox Star amps. A. Guy Out of Phoenix named drew It just incredible. And I. I've known him since we were kids too. But he goes out well when they were touring he was out with fleetwood Mac forever and then at the death tones is Gig and he's just just smashing pumpkins store. But he's he's he's like Doc Brown from the backside future dude he is just so mild tone. He mods all my pedals. pedals pretty. Basic I use A. You know like just super overdrive in the. Verb and a couple delays or whatnot but. I'm pretty bare bones when it comes to that kind of stuff you know and. I got a couple of STRAT S-. Some custom strategy I had made. You know the guitar, the megastars at I use didn't me more than two hundred bucks? Bees or something? No. This will. My episode I got when I was twelve years old it was. It's a seventy six episode. Oh, so it's like before they started cutting the head stock software, they look a little cheaper whatnot and it weighs is just it's a it's it's my baby and like I said, I got when I was twelve and he's monitor that thing to where it's just amazing. US it's it. No, IT'S A. Franken strat. It's piece of this and the piece of that and a guy, an opening band had it and he's like, Hey, we play my guitar and we're played at Tulsa raceway. I'm not playing Guitar Guitar well, then how come more drinks go get it out play and as soon as I played it. I told her tormentors Whatever it takes giving this guitar comes back two hundred bucks and. Shit. So those are my two main guitars that I use. Wow, that's pretty incredible. It's great man I I, love him and you know but I've got I. Mean That's classic. I. Mean you've got you've got the less ball sound and the you've got the fender strat. You know? No no nothing. You know. Like a Jackson or Paul, Reed Smith or any of that, and I've got. Probably thirty guitars but. I always go back to they don't quite feel right in the hands. Yeah. They're great for the studio for recording. So I can try a bunch of different stuff but. Live there. My work courses you know. Yeah Yeah you're married till only two women. That's right. It's All right. So I'm a bit of a wine snob. Describe but to me a bottle, of Bella, Donna read man it's. I we've been approached about you know. Doing different things making a beer or whiskey and putting our name on that kind of thing. And I've tried it. I never liked him and then a friend of ours mentioned you know what you guys are interested in. Your name to. Auto wine. Gloomy try it. I can put my name on Shit. went to go this tasting and we picked it out. It's a red blend It comes from California and they bodily in Arizona and. It's great. I'm a fan of it. You know it goes it goes great with anything. Great with anything chicken strips, or stakes. Ish whatever. We don't need no white wine man. Good wines for pussies. Speaking of that we did is we have a sunshine was going to come out and it is the white wine. A sweeter when it's good. Then I'm more the dough Donna red wine guy. I'm with you. More low cab Kinda Fella. Right, Jameson. Jameson that's preferred not. Just get right to the Whiskey, right? Well Josh Kennedy thanks much for being with us on D. predicts today. Thank you for having me. Anytime we up whenever man we're not going anywhere. So right right. Well, we'll. Yeah, we'll have to check back in is that new albums getting? Absolutely I keep post. something. Like you always.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"So expressive it is you know very very even I'm not going to compare but you know Carlos is because Hey let's talk to Carlos Carlos by Carlos and and then it's great to resistance there's nobody like Carlos he he he just has such as a wide palette of music that you listen to so there's so much to draw from yeah and so that makes it if that makes it really wonderful to because there's so many more textures that you can add to the music and that you know he needs to hear in the music so let's talk to Carlos force a Carlos Santana how you doing man I'm really happy and very grateful good listen I gotta tell you I almost ripped you off when I was in my twenties and here's how it happened I worked at UPS and I loaded airplanes and we were loading airplane Belize packages it is here comes this gigantic oblong boxes as a PRS on it outlook and it's addressed to Carlos Santana and I was holding this they could not gosh in this box is a guitar going to Paul at going to a Carlos Santana and then this little devil popped up on my shoulder look like Neil shown it said still the guitar this is another little done the major popped up to look like a you and I said no no no don't do the federal time so obviously I didn't steal your guitar it did get shipped to you through U. P. S. from right here little Kentucky but the story it always heard is that Paul reed Smith guitars if they boomed because they there was a guitar made for you and the guy kept trying to get it he kept trying to get it to get it to you eventually he did that you liked the guitars are true stories well story and the beautiful thing about Paul reed Smith guitars they always arrive into that's and that's crazy because you got to think of all the all the conditions that they go through I want to talk about your all's new song I want to talk about the concept there's a concept called saudade and there's gonna be a new song released every single week is going to be benefiting to to try to help aid hunger let's get rid of the hunger and you guys use your wife Cindy you took on what it it seems to me this would be very intimidating but you will cover John Lennon's imagine an outside looking in also look at it I'm going to think that that's a scary scary the song to cover because in my opinion is a masterpiece now you did it you put it off but what if it but if you were to work out so well what made you all take on such a challenge to want to remake a magic the message S. as in that song the simplicity is the the relevance of that song you know and we don't look at it as.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Which is perfect that you missed on some sing in a church to I'm thinking no actually now status no not not at all I was late is the list of your fiction of a of a story about your drummer before we had to go to break and I just want to join I don't know can you hear can you recover tomorrow you can yeah yeah yeah so yeah my drummer yeah yeah he he's been my drummer for ever he was my grammar and high school in our little rock family and friends you know it can almost whatever years now and I called them up one day and said you know five I bet it's still you know let's let's do something real let's let's let's just not practicing jam once once make something happen it seems like they're not been ready let's let's make it happen until we put out the man's on Craigslist in hometowns people come out we had a few people shot you know come out and jam with us for a couple months here and there and I think we're still kind of was still kind of in the process of finding are permanently guitarist but right now we have a a buddy mac mac white on drums we got my army buddy J. R. Martinez you still with us six months now a little more super awesome duties from California children on bass and we've had a few people like I said on the guitar and we're still trying to solidify that position right now we have a new guy trying not with us is an infection go figure designs tax which is perfect he is going to jam with us for about I don't know retweets complain couple shows similar field inspection right and focus of track and will keep up with well are you probably don't know who cyber Mandy heroes but he he produces caravan to midnight during the week Tuesday through Friday and whatever else happens is it's just a great dog run all rounder and he said to OKC that his record is album is cyber man approve been jamming to it all and that's a that's a that's Olaf man's O. LA us not Olaf Olaf it's full of Sir okay a lot of no it's not severe and either okay it's bolus now how many how many players you got any brown remember right now yeah we'll do is we'll just before we got the under arms but by young guitar IQ vocals and rhythm and acoustic guitar and then we have a guy that does lead in the heavy electric and you know all the early stuff and when we come see you play live we're gonna find out what conservatory plan that can do this can you tell us what what would you play no that's kind of nice chunky sound course you know that's gonna be depend on the apple of course and and how you organize studio who would you favor these days right now what I've been playing along I guess I kind of grew up playing a fender so I I've always been kind of custom to that sat next in I I kind of didn't really want to go with that set neck anymore so what I've been playing lately is a free love it's one of the the concert series of things like which you I think it's a pursuit that person concert series pretty loves it spits super comfortable the next action is amazing hi I could I couldn't ask for anything better on the negative he's more like electric darkened it does if you stick to our and we love listening well gotta get products boxers yeah that's that's what I've been General Mills nowadays you know approved a color TV and mobile phones and I gotta tell your there anymore five hundred dollar les Pauls lay around out there anymore this burly unknown to your generation which used to be able to really nice Gibson Les Paul for five hundred Bucks in perfect condition okay those days are over with you know and I'm Laura this car or truck up I can't take this stuff out is too valuable now you know this is with the supplements so extravagant a colander to goes up down you know I know you like the struggle of the goes but you know the one I really like going to Europe your collections of Paul reed Smith this is really me the file six to go see us all heard it as a okay okay this month but what what I'm just curious about this just trade crafter of the non supply variety okay ma'am do you like on stage with you will use honestly I've always been a big box and well I guess the I like the simple you know I I try not to I personally when I'm twenty and I you general clay because you know I'm saying and then during the lyrics and vocals as well so I can we don't have a whole lot of beats going out for myself she she's not I'm not that good at least I'm not like you know Stevie ray you could throw out some crazy leads and then come back and do all that I feel like I'm getting better you by years of me work play up there but I'm just not quite so I try to keep it simple I try to do just like a straight talk about the age of fifteen to thirty maybe throw on like a crown style from time to time like and I've been as metal panel orchestra that you cannot turn it down to so you can the fact that classic country rector town you don't want to eat I guess in our John rescue mental status anytime you want to have a little bit of what you think yourself I just keep it simple about stuff that's that's that's always my go to a lot of fun I went to this place so there's a place to run on on the six thirty five electrical LBJ anymore because I'm convinced it was directly tied the Kennedy assassination and I refer to the bush turnpike as the New World order hi way you know I'll just leave this a conspiracy theory thing that I'm sick of those bugs and yesterday was was was John Kennedy assassination fifty six years ago and I gotta tell you really ticks me off there's not one mention of John F. Kennedy anywhere in this town no where our system does just a little school book depository ruled museum up there and that's a no park we don't know the book LBJ's got a freeway and George Bush is gonna turn park is like a you know I'm flicking my finger tips off the bottom much unitarians style right not only that those are terrible places to drive I've been to both of those and I tried to the traffic has doubled in Dallas in the last two years it's insane it's like the four oh five in LA everywhere you go it's all about we'll be neighbors mounds now all move far enough away from the will be able see the chimney of the chimney smoke and then you'll know you know not for.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"EDU I got a woman that's a that's a that's a and you know it press real but still not used to run on this is perfect this you must on some sing in a church your own thinking no actually now that there had been no not not at all I was late you know listen you're finishing of a of a story about your drummer before we had to go to break and I just want to join hello can you hear can you recover tomorrow you can yeah yeah yeah so yeah my drummer I ease and my drummer for ever he was my grammar and high school in a little while and we've been friends you know fifteen almost whatever years now and I called them up one day and said you know I've about it it's still you know let's let's do something real let's let's let's just not practicing jam once once make something better and I've been ready let's let's make it happen until we put out the man's on Craigslist and compounds people to come out it had a few people try to you know come out and jam with us for a couple months here and there and I think we're still kind of was still kind of in the process of finding are permanently guitarist but right now we have a buddy mac mac white on drums we got my on the bloody J. R. Martinez you've been with us well six months now need a little more super awesome duties from California children on bass and we've had a few people like I said on the guitar and we're still trying to solidify that position right now we have a new guy trying not with us is an extraction go figure dozens tax which is perfect so we're gonna see is gonna jam with us for about I don't know two three weeks complained couple shows in your field inspection right and it's a track then we'll keep government you probably don't know who cyber homeland is but he he produces caravan of an odd during the week Tuesday through Friday and whatever else happens this is just a great dog run all rounder and he said to okay see that his record is album is cyber man approved Benjamin to it all day and that's that's all that's all lost man's O. LA us not Olaf Olaf it's bolus okay a loft no it's not severe and either okay it's bolus I don't know how many how many players you got any brown remember right now yeah we just we just do for we've got a buddy on drums but body on guitar I do you love locals in rhythm and acoustic guitar and then we have a guy that does lead in that you know what heavy electric and you know all the week type stuff we come see you play live we're going to find out what conservatory planned but can do this can you tell us where we would be playing those kind of nice chunky sound course you know that's gonna be depend on the app of course and and how you organize studio who would you favor these days right now what I've been playing off I guess I kind of grew up playing a fender so I I've always been kind of custom to that sat next in line I kind of didn't really want to go with that Nike March so what I've been playing lately is a free love it's one of the the concert series I think it's like you yeah I think it's a pursuit the person concerts we love to it's it's super comfortable the next action is amazing I I I I could I couldn't ask for anything better I'm gonna get plays more like electric guitars and the drums acoustic guitar and we love listening well gotta get products sponsors yeah that's that's what I've been getting almost nowadays you know I've read a color TV and mobile phones and I gotta tell you there anymore five hundred dollar les Pauls lay around out there anymore this burly unknown to your generation which used to be really nice Gibson Les Paul for five hundred Bucks in perfect condition okay those days are over with you know and I'm little wrote this guy looks like off I can't take this stuff out is too valuable now you know supplements on Strathcona commandeered because of that you know I really like the struggle of the ghosts which you know the one I really like going to Europe your collections of Paul reed Smith doesn't really mean the phone six to go see us I won't hurt us okay okay this one but what what I'm just curious rather just trade crafter of the non smart variety we're gonna have to like on stage with you will use honestly I've always been a big box and well I guess the I like the simple you know I I try not to I personally when I'm playing are you generally play because you know I'm saying and then given the lyrics and vocals as well so I truly don't have a whole lot of beats going on for myself which is I'm not that good at least I'm not like you know Stevie ray you could throw out some crazy leaves and then come back and do all that nine and so I could get better year by year me work way up there but I'm just not quite there yet so I try to keep it simple I try to do just like a straight talk about the AC fifteen going to thirties maybe throw on like a crown style from time to time like and I've been as you battle title or this or that how to turn it down to so you can the fact that classic country rector sound you don't want to eat I guess you're not gonna choose metal but at the same time you want to have a little bit of what you think yourself I just keep it simple with that stuff that's that's that's always my go to a lot of fun I went to this place so there's a place to run on on those six thirty five a logical LBJ anymore because I'm convinced use directly tied to the Kennedy assassination and I refer to the bush turnpike as the New World order hi way you know I'll just leave this a conspiracy theory thing that I'm sick of those bugs that made yesterday was was was John Kennedy assassination fifty six years ago and I gotta tell you really ticks me off there's not one mention of John F. Kennedy anywhere in this town know where the which is just a little school book depository ruled museum up there and that's it no park we don't know the book LBJ's got a freeway and George Bush is gonna turn pike is like a you know I'm flicking my finger tips off the bottom margin of telling stories not only that those are terrible places a drive I've been to both of those and I after that the traffic has doubled in Dallas in the last two years it's insane it's like the four oh five in LA everywhere you go we'll be neighbors ma'am I'll move far enough away from the will be able see the chimney of the chambers vote and then you'll know you know the.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:25 min | 3 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well it is thank you for your and we're waiting for our guest Windsor occur in I have to just say that one of my favorite people is when soccer he's ninety I think it's going to be ninety two in just a few weeks ninety two years young and he really is Josh such a fine human being he still working every single day and he doesn't understand that were calling him when you're you're you're supposed to be on the air with me so he should be calling us in the second or or Brandon can you try him again please he's waiting yeah thanks so so he is just this he's he's ninety one going on ninety two lives in Beverly hills has been a publicist for ever has been working with clients mostly book he loves authors that is his forte in life is working with authors and he started the a a book organization in southern California that is so huge right now that anyone who's anyone goes to his meetings goes to his book clubs they do so he does so much with these individuals and still active in his community I still see him at my trade shows can you imagine eighty five thousand ninety people go to expo west and when soccer is one of them he still runs around drives himself makes his own food his wife is lovely woman but has had some issues and so she's living in a lovely place that he goes up to Santa Barbara to be with her and he's just the most fabulous man do we get our when yeah I don't know what happened why we a barber now okay and I'm I'm talking about when he's giving me he's so funny he loves his clients so much that he gave us far barber you there yes I I would not for their sake I'll barber thanks so much for coming on but I was just raving about our witness and he something well you may think you know he's over ninety and he just is like what can I say all I can say is he's Mister energy and keep all of us informed about everything absolutely but I'm so glad you're with us today Barbara Mahler eight is president of the United Nations association Santa Barbara tri county chapter and co author of the award winning book revolutionary conversations the tools you need for the success you want and Barbara you've been out of a national speaker the time for peace is now you're the hostess for power of peace apart cast and list about the the the work that you do my goal in life is to bring peace to our planet I think each of us are born with the destiny and I don't know if everybody realizes that destiny is approaching you when you're happy when you feel at peace when you experience shark like you're crazy I know this is your calling to be on the radio and interview speakers who can or yeah who can and motivate your audience to feel good about being alive to feel wonderful about being born to know that every day is an opportunity for us to live our life to the fullest yeah I share a little story about my recent new new lease to yes please do thanks Frankie I I was for five years I put off getting a new day because I was so busy guarding the rotary club and all you Rotarians out there I hope you'll join us on the twenty twenty peace conference in Ontario just go to a rotary club of world peace dot org but here's what I did I decide okay it's Christmas I'm going to get my new name so I went to doctor Emerson and he's scheduled may end for December third I had a whole month and a half to recuperate so I woke up after when I went into the surgery I had to have the anesthesiologist hi Josh one enough to put me to sleep but I want to wake up totally alert and be able to talk and he said okay I'll do that then I said to the crew that was in there are my angels here and they all said yes I said okay I'm ready so I woke up about four hours later maybe not even that long three hours his sister Kim was so good and I said I can't believe it I feel so into the attic about my surgery so I sent an email to my seven hundred people that on my email list and I said I just had my surgery and I feel so enthusiastic but I went in with his there is yeah and I cannot tell you how many people wrote me back and said your message was so important I was down in the dumps and if you can get a new name with yeah I can live my life with enthusiasm there's my story Frankie I love it and and you have been your your late husband Dr Robert Muller former U. an Assistant Secretary general he started out in and tell us about this this is joy this feeling of joy it's interesting you bring him up because he's always here I feel like his presence of Paul reed Smith the doctor Robert Mueller dot org Bob Robert Mueller dot org is his website if you need any encouragement he always has the columns decide to be happy decide to live your life for that to the fullest he was born it also who arrange a war torn country his parents his grandfather his dad change nationality all right time wise time they change their uniforms from French German French German and when he was three years old and also for rain you can do with that I'm going to be a peacemaker and his dad I pity you young man there's no such thing if you're going to be very core and he said I don't care I'm going to be a peacemaker go forward about twenty years he's at the university of Strasbourg and the United Nations association which I am president right think about tell us how you would run the world and if you're the winner you can go to the newly formed United Nations he wins the contest and goes to the United Nations without knowing one word of English and become from that internship forty years far forward he becomes the assistant secretary general at the U. N. and work toward peace park already years culminating with the founding of the university for peace in Costa Rica not a life whose dream has come true right yes yes and you were very fortunate to be married to this extraordinary man because I was on the board of a retreat center for twenty five years and about the fifteenth year I yeah what a world leaders go he'll and the board didn't know when they said well what do you think and I said well let's have a conference for world leaders because they can come to our beautiful retreat center and we can ask them a question because nobody's going to go anywhere just to be happy you have to have a reason so the question was how do we go the holistic thinking from you know linear thinking yeah one five people in the world showed up with their cold hard and we had over fifty people discussing this and we decided that what we could do was learn from each other and we found out that as we were talking Robert and I were trying to kill me we were like soul mate and his wife had died and I was divorced and everybody kept saying why are you two together and we said well like magnets we're not sure why we're together but it sure is fun three years later we got married and spent the rest of those twenty years together traveling the world for peace I love that story Barbara I love that story it's such a beautiful store all and tell us about world peace day September twelve oh you are so good thank you you I don't know how you know all this but September twenty first is the international world peace day my husband and aid in Madison in nineteen eighty two sat down in San Francisco at the pathways to peace offers and they decided that they would have an international day of peace well did they think that some day it would be on every calendar around the world they just wanted a ceasefire day September twenty first and there are no other dream fulfilled by Robert Robert always hit first your dream see it in your mind and then you created yeah absolutely barber this was lovely chatting with you again we need to have you back more because we need more of of the joy that you bring to us and and give us the best website and all the good stuff thank you I have two websites that work I you know I'm doing the power he spied town which are inspirational peacemakers there fifteen minutes with you can go Barbara gone nuclear power on Google and I have twenty seven interviews with people when we get a run thank you very much thank.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"In may without further ado I don't call that a do I call it the good stuff please welcome classic rock guitarist virtuoso and legendary peel Gary welcome the program could have you with us Hey thanks so much for having me tonight man what smoking guitar just a minute I just love I can't believe I'm talking to you because well because I am and I remember the house were this rock station dell's goals and we work the are the enemy station they were really the only station with the competitor was Q. one of two when they were playing on this plan is on fire subtitle burn in hell I just saw with the PTO so we've got to play this music right now so your attitude we did for a voice to theater cabinets that studio I let the music group there was such a blast so let's work our way backwards tell us about alliance we spoke with Robert very few weeks ago and your name came up on the program and which is just a a maze of small world you you had it out well we go anywhere want just kind of take it away just tell tell us what's up well I had eight great years claimants anything goes banded yeah we played a lot of dates in Texas I remember that for sure we used to play it like a dozen towns Corpus Christi in Beaumont and Amarillo just all over the place but yeah in eighty five so we got the call to join Van Halen and the person said are I hate to break up the band concert you know this is the best best friend I've ever had but I got an offer I can't refuse I got a ticket but you guys should just get another singer thank you Bangalore in our record label turned us on to Robert very but before I had a chance to get together with Robert and the guys a difficult sometimes rolls from Boston to play on the third stage album again listen Amanda the other get some air so I jumped ship and did that but after the third stage album and tour I Thomas told us what markets everybody wants to do a side project now's the time to do it so I called up Robert Lazar analysis Gerald from night ranger and we put a band together called lance that we do unfortunately not very often because we're so busy working with another batch but the rooms at a great time and our new album fire grace that just came out hello man of the city I'm trying to figure out when the last time I saw Boston at the Verizon amphitheater here in the Dallas area it must have been twenty eleven or twenty twelve made maybe thirteen I'm thinking maybe thirteen and it's so interesting it's interesting see Tom Scholz up there with all of his stuff is kinda like come in order to Tom's gigantic music room and just kind of hang out with Tom in the band for awhile I just wonder if you have to be on the on the tour yes I've been in Boston since eighty seven tour guide going eighty five so yeah did in seven and that was probably two thousand twelve because we tour two thousand twelve and fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen so we've been working more in the last ten years than we ever did them of that but yeah I almost ramps that you see on stage well designed by Tom I worked with them at the locking and company for many years because electronics was one of my hobbies and that's kind of how we got started talking to each other but as in Sam's band with the opening act for Boston so the seventy eight seventy nine tour yeah I was asking Tom about all the cool laconic stuff that he had built in designing all at at he was nice enough to tell me what he was doing and so it was kind of a natural step than that when he was put in here that surgeons album that he give me a call when he heard that I lost my job was sent so you in the whole family moved out there you just didn't know struggle from Chicago your honor I'm going west join the rock and roll but I have that happen because it sounds to me like if I may use the word you're very very blessed career was there a lot of struggling in the beginning I guess the most of them but how much well yes or at least every musician goes through some pretty hard times can you do now that's what you gotta do to interact with people especially young musicians asking how did you get that first break with sandy and again I tell the story of a young musicians and so that they know the truth that's not good I was in a band versions of the San Francisco Bay Area works and he was moving to and our band was looking for sooner we called up Sammy answered a would you like to join our band because we have heard you just left Montrose since well no I'm really not looking to join a band I got some other guys and I want to do that and then to about a half a dozen guitar players at that point and our managers to look one you just joined Sam is that and so I was talking to medicine will deal are you into drugs that's not what you want what you ask you so well the last guitar player had deed on cocaine in the bathroom of the gas station so once you come down and jam with us so that's why again I tell it to young musicians are as they said it all I get it yeah don't do drugs and maybe you'll be around to play guitar with some people while I was there at the audition soon as manager called and said there was a gig with clean and seamless he's going to have to cancel certainly she's going to headline you guys could be the opening act if you have a guitar player so Sammy turn the means of Hey can you do to give it some ten days of course I said yes sure I can do that so I studied hard and didn't hear them the rest is history as with him for eight years and a lot of fun now you played with Norman Greenbaum is that true that's absolutely true yes I was in again local club dance planner determines and Norman was trying to make a comeback courses Dick head was nineteen seventy what spurred this guy in in seventh floor he would you know want to get that can not do some gigs and so he was going on as a singer songwriter displaying the conscripts aren't just Hammond's acoustic guitar we were doing some shows with a more our band opened up and played our set and then he would come out to do this well fed one show we played our set them and stopped and then he got on stage are planned New Orleans was a little restless because of you know system strummed acoustic guitar singing a song that our drummer gets up on stage back on his drum kit and starts pulling along with Norman because normal looks Russell what's going on you know and he sees us all stand by the side of the stage and calls us out if we cheer before we sort of newer songs and we just started playing with it just on the spot no rehearsal what's whatever change plan and that so you know and work the audience loved it we did a great version is for this guy yeah June started doing gigs yeah as his backing that so it was a great guy twisted musicians song where we can certainly learn a lot from him well this is pretty amazing you have played with so many people it Sir it's extraordinary what is I gotta tell ya I'm still stuck in les Pauls Stratocaster Telecaster land the US three thirty five sure that kind of stuff what what what's the hog tore that you like playing now because some of that stuff is so valuable now you don't dare take it on the road that's exactly right yeah your old guitar that you had in the sixties you wouldn't get take out on the road not too many of those around anymore so yeah Paul reed Smith guitars so I've been using on tour here great guitars you know very well crafted so I really like those listen plus for them it just so happens I have a Paul reed Smith first year they came out once it was eighty five or six maybe and rattle yeah around that time yeah I got the yellow one no tiger stripe in front with a red back and has a nice maples piping around it it's a it's a wonderful wonderful guitar yes very well crafted yeah electronics is available now say what I love about what you do and and what your contemporaries do is you actually play I'm a little worried about who's going to take over in the guitar planned department wants all of us are way up yonder plan heart which will be the only instrument available here I know what you mean by that now there's some great musicians are coming out and I'd seen them and here mama radio to another plan you guys to be just another place I I'm not too worried about that well now just straight up here the rock stations that I come across no matter where I am in the country it's good to classic rock and we can hear some of the stuff we we we hear Sammy Hagar we here we'll hear a Norman Greenbaum and and you know what do I like to call me I mean that that demographic to soak the old timers right but who's your who's play in the new records that just the two of the to produce obviously some people so but I mean what radio stations are playing them you know these days are a lot of internet radio stations yeah because of terrestrial stations are sometimes Stockton playlists that are are very regimented and you know dictated by somebody else and some other town or something like that so yeah a lot of internet stations of popped up over the years and so yeah as I'm driving in my car I'm a button pusher you know I'll I'll try to find any station the songs are like and it could be anything from classical to jazz to country the rock whatever I I love listening to every so the first on the to do with several with Sammy Hagar was was street machine yeah no actually musical chairs really yeah that was that was Sam is third album and I was lucky enough to again to be on that record with them the battle over in London you she had good success with our London studio over there and chill course of yeah I'm sorry I'm not to go to London record record yeah let's go very happy to do that we're going to reward you guys record it was I believe was called trident studios and it was just down this will allow you a kind of a small place but great sound and in a closely engineer there was terrific and it was a struggle to be there and I remember the the biggest band at the time that was kind of underground was the Sex Pistols but they were still in the network course you know one of the first punk bands and we saw them answered while those guys look different I wonder what this means and so now the only thing that happened musical chairs how did I miss this or did I or did I have one too many of beers or something and just misses but I can't remember now that's amazing look this myself on one of the cure roll your eyes on this one but you know what I was.

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"paul reed smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"paul reed smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Riffs of all time, one long twelve minute piece that you did covering one hundred famous very famous rock riffs and everybody loves a good rock riff. Oh, yeah. So we're gonna talk a little bit about that. I'm gonna bring your Qatar. So you're gonna play some of your favorite rifts with us. Well, let's get to know you where you originally from. So I grew up out of Saint Charles in the suburbs. My folks were Purdue grad so is born out in Lafayette, Indiana. So that have a transplant from the Hoosier state. Yeah. But yeah, I I grew up in the burbs listening to WGN kid rock radio ranch cargo. My dad owned a music store when I was really young. So I've been around it, you know, pretty much my whole life. But you know, it's it's super fun. When you grow up with Qatar pretty much everywhere. It's hard for that not to part of your life. When did you start playing? You started playing at a very young age. Oh about twelve years old. And so you're dead play instruments to. Yeah. He still does. Yeah. Plays. He plays guitar. Yeah. Music store was in Saint Charles. There's there's two them. The main one is in results Roselle music. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That one's been there forever. He bought it from the from the previous owner for while. And then there was another little satellite location in Saint Charles near our house that opened up. But yeah, I started I started working the first job was, you know, super young fourteen years old, and you know, working on the store with my dad summers. And for those of us who I haven't. I played guitar for while when I was a kid, and then I stopped, and I moved I moved over to drums, and I haven't been behind the kit. I'm so sorry. Well. But anyway. I have had times where I've gone into the, you know, the world of the music store, and it is a different world. Let's let's talk a little bit. First of all tell everybody about the Chicago exchange. Yeah. So the Chicago museum it's been their businesses ninety one. We've been at their current location since two thousand six at thirty three sixteen north Lincoln for anybody. Who hasn't been there Chicago land or otherwise, please stop by? It's beautiful showroom. We've got Qatar basis. Drums, mandolins banjos utilize. We just had our grand opening of our sin through over the weekend. Really? Yeah. Which is way beyond my depth has. But a lot of that stuff is I can't play to save my life. You know, it's super cold watch other people who know what they're doing. But yeah, we have you know, we cater to pretty much everybody from the absolute beginner to the professional level musicians. Everything in between. That's great. That's great. And then that location is the neighborhood where I grew up. Oh, really, I grew up grew up at ravens with. Oh, well, and we used to go to the Lincoln avenue area and shop over there all all over the place. I bought my first album to place called the record roost. Oh, which is now a subway. What was what was their album paranoid? Nice. And I remember when I walked up to the counter there was a it was in the seventies. I walked up to the counter and the guy behind the counter had crazy hair and a beard and all that stuff, and I walk up, and I was a little kid, and I, you know, paranoid in front of him. And he looks at me he looks at the record. And he looks at my dad, and he goes, you sure, you want your son to have wanted. But anyway, so I love that neighborhoods. A great, it's a great location. You guys are in. That's that's very very cool. How big's the place, you know. I couldn't tell you in square footage ceilings, pretty high. We've got three four thousand guitars in the room. Yeah. Quite a few. What's? You know, there's a world of of the of the music store, and that's very sort of specific thing. What's what is that world? Like, what do you? What is it that you like about it so much? That's a really hard thing to define because they're so at such a diaster right there, so many different things that that fall into that. I've worked for a handful of different shops during my life. Yeah. This is by far the best of of them. I mean by Lyle. Yeah. But you know, every single one of them has had its charm and. Though. It's not quite the Wayne's world goofiness that you see right in the movies. You know, I think a lot of them get pigeonholed as like the goof-balls behind the counter shredding customers ignoring everybody. Not at all. I'll say this. When I visit other cities, see my friends in another town's, whatever the very first thing. I'll do if I can if I can sneak away is visiting store because every single one in every single town has its charm. Right. And there's always something interesting. And you know, if you're lucky which is most of the time, especially if it's a mom and pop store, it's going to have its own character and its own trauma, yet, you know, the quality of the guitar store in town says a lot about the town itself. So let's cool. That's been like what is it about the is exchange that you love so much that in from all the other places that you've ever worked into. That's oh, that's a that's a long list. I mean, part of it's the part of it's just the room, you know, huge windows, lots of sunlight, I mean. But that's you know, certainly, the first thing you walk into is that but all of that light shining on this room full of vintage instruments and new guitars that you know, the first time I walked into that room. I saw guitars I'd never seen before in my life. I saw I saw pedals that I've been looking at in magazines for the past ten years things. I've been dreaming of this. I, wow, that'd be amazing. If I could find one of these I've been looking for them and it never found him. And all of a sudden, I'm walking into a room where all of the stuff is they're literally behind the counter or on wall. I can touch it and pick it up and play. Yeah. Now, that's every day of my life. I come to work, and there's all this amazing stuff. That's really cool. Yeah. And it wouldn't you know that would be one thing. But the fact that the people who were there are super friendly and super welcoming, and I we. Really do our best to, you know, cultivate, the kind of environment that that that works around. That's yeah. That's very very that's that. That sounds really cool. How many times do you own personally that changes a lot? I would imagine it just actually grew by one a couple of days ago. That's what this one is a new one. I do fun story behind that. But I think it's eight right now. Favorite? Well, again, right now, it's this. A week ago. It was one before this. You know, so sentimentally I think my favorite one is when I when I got married though, the guys of the store that are this is in two thousand eleven guys at the store were there at the time. Actually, most of the same people who are there. Now. Got together. And there's a Qatari I was going to sell a couple of my guitars to buy this one I fell in love with and they they all came into work one day, and it was gone, and they said off sorry, you know, sold the sky. Yeah. And I came back from house really bummed out and got married, and I came back from honeymoon. And and the guys were all sitting there at the middle of the store with with a guitar case. They said, hey, we got pulled our money together. We bought the talk for you didn't sell. They they'd set aside for me as a leading. It's it's a seventy four moka strat. It's bringing onstage as much as I can't. It looks like it's been through a dryer with a bag of rocks. And it's it's perfect. Yeah. Yeah. Now, what you just mentioned on stage you play in bands. I do plan a Benko western automatic western. Oh, yeah. Western automatic. Yeah. We've been on the show. Yeah. Is wrong with me. Yeah. That's right. You guys are great. Thank you, very very cool. So what what's what what is the ATar that you played in the one hundred video. So the nineteen fifty seven thunder shot of castor. Yeah. One that I do not personally own because it's I could by about five of my. You guy have been for a long time. Yeah. Recently converting to the Paul Reed Smith world, but a little bit of a little bit of both you give some guy. Little bit little bit. My first my first real was the less, Paul. Yes. So I still have it. Yeah. Yes. I love Gibson guitars. Yeah. I keep falling in and out of love with the ones that I buy. But I've never gotten rid of the first one that I got and it's amazing. And they just just like anything. It's gotta be the right tool for the job that you sure, I mean as far as Gibson goes, I'm I'm a fan of I'm a fan of of the s g I mean, I did buy paranoid was my first. Well, yeah. Becker. Tony. I only got you. Gotta have an guy be your thing. Right. Exactly. But when I was when I was a kid when I played strat. So so I did I did learn play mostly on offender, and I love the sound of vendor. Defenders sell the most at your store. You know? I think it's probably about fifty fifty. Yeah. I don't know at the NFL ask somebody who does the more of the math on that. Okay. All right. All right. Alex, hang on. Okay. We're gonna take a break here. When we come back, Alex is going to get out, and we're going to hear some of his favourite rifts and talk a little bit more about the Chicago music exchange right here on seven twenty Jim..

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