The year was 2015. Show host Blake Wyland intended to start a podcast where he took a deep dive with his guests from the guitar world to explain their rigs. What happened was that, but also a whole lot more. The show quickly evolved into discussions about people's lives. Guitars, pedals, amps, etc. are the central hub of the show, but it really is more about the PEOPLE behind all of it. Both the musicians who use the gear, and the folks that create these magical tools of expression. You can expect chats about songwriting, favorite bands, family, loss, addiction, conspiracy theories, philosophy, and most of all....... food. This podcast goes all over the place. Come take a ride.
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I’m not really a fan of interview shows so I didn’t expect I’d like this as much as I do. I heard Blake on the Chasing Tone podcast that he also cohosts and he talked about some of the people he interviewed. The one that got me really interested was Tom Cram of Digitech pedals. Once I listened to that episode I kind of got a little hooked. He doesn’t just have musicians on that are trying to climb their way up to whatever is considered the top these days. He talks to a lot of people who do are v... more
The Tonemob Podcast has been getting good answers out of people for awhile now, and I look forward to finding out where the good pizza is, what’s the favorite Boss pedal every week. Keep up the good work!
Blake has a ton of amazing artists, creators, and stars on each week and the content never fails to entertain. The patreon episodes get even crazier. He even has been known to do giveaways from time to time and my wife won one. First time we’ve ever legit won anything from a show. So that was awesome. Can’t say enough good things!
Blake has developed into a very good podcaster and conversationalist. Even if you aren’t into the music of the guest, Blake will pull information and stories out of them that will make it worth the listen.
Absolutely one of my favorite podcasts out there, and definitely my favorite guitar podcast! Blake always manages to give great interviews and connects with the guests. He asks the important hard hitting question, like favorite pizza! Love Blake and love the Tone Mob!!
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The Tone Mob Podcast launched 9 years ago and published 445 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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