Welcome to Guitar Villains! I'm your host, Tyler Larson. Why Guitar Villains? Because villains are cooler than heroes, it’s just a fact. This is a podcast by guitar players for guitar players and over the course of this series we’ll talk to some of the most creative and innovative minds in the community about how they’ve achieved the things they have on the instrument and how you can become a better player yourself.
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Welcome to Guitar Villains! Todays guest is the guitar luthier Paul Reed Smith. more
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Really like the format. Interesting and thoughtful questions from Tyler with top guitarists sharing their thoughts and experiences.
It’s brilliant to hear some of the greatest guitar heroes (or should I say villains) talking about their craft. It helps provide me (a complete beginner on electric guitar) with motivation to keep practicing and maybe one day be at least a tiny bit as good as they are. This podcast has enlightening conversations and is well worth a listen.
This podcast has helped me get out of the rut when you feel like you’re just playing the same stuff over and over again and has helped me to start learning some crazy new songs which I am very grateful. Also Herman Li is the GOAT
Tyler is a very talented and very down to earth host. I love how he doesn’t come across as “star struck” when sitting down and talking with some of the villainiest villains in the guitar world! The interviews are fun, entertaining, and informative! Even if I don’t know who a guitarist is when I start the episode by the time episode ends I’m ready to seek out their music. Is this some kind of mind control by Tyler Larson? Is Tyler Larson secretly Gorilla Grodd? I may never know, but I don’t care.... more
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Guitar Villains launched 2 years ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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