Kobayashi Maru

March 25, 2019

David and Jim attempt to tackle the un-tackleable--a show without specified topics. They discuss David's Kiesel, Jim's possible new purchases, alternate tunings, and why John Mayer is not David's favorite guitarist.

Fedex Sucks

March 18, 2019

David Talks about his FedEX woes. Jim reveals that he has a secret and the two of them continue to stir up controversy. 

10000 Downloads Special

March 11, 2019

Yay! Join Jim and David, along with several fans as we celebrate the 10,000th download of Practical Guitarist Episodes!

Thank you to everyone who has helped make this possible.

We're not even close to being done with forcing Jim and David to podcast for eternity. Seriously, we're planning on nailing them into pine boxes with their microphones on. Podcast or die. 

Four Cabling with Latent Machines

March 4, 2019

Jim and David discuss the four cable method, latency in digital gear, and modern drum machine/jam track alternatives. 

Guitar Maintenance Values

February 25, 2019

Jim and David talk guitar Maintenance, the HXFX and Manufacturer suggested prices.

Nic Bongers Returns for Lousy FMarch Weather

February 18, 2019

David, Jim and Nic talk about the Katana from a realistic perspective and discuss a myriad of pickup and gear related topics. 

We Actually Play Guitar

February 11, 2019

Imagine that? Jim and David actually sit down and play guitars for the audience as they explore groove and talk about Stevie T, CLF Research and other things. (as usual) Oh yeah, and there's that pickup giveaway thing...

Beginner Tip Ignorance & Legalese

February 4, 2019

David and Jim discuss a range of topics including ASCAP/BMI and Robert Baker's tips for beginning guitarists. David briefly discusses the Helix. (again)

David and Jim Talk Namm

February 1, 2019

Yup. Obligatory Namm episode. If you like hearing about the same crap again and again--listen to this one.

Steven Miller Returns

January 28, 2019

Steven Miller returns, this time he talks with Jim and David about all the troubling human element issues of recording as well as his own new endeavors.