Who would you like to see interviewed next by Troy and the team?


#227

Yeah some of those metal guys have amazing endurance.


#228

An Analysis of Frank Zappa’s playing would be cool.

-OR!

How about Dweezil Zappa?


#229

Guthrie Govan A+++ Not much else has to be said.


#230

Derryl Gabel. He is an amazing player.

https://derrylgabel.net/


#231

I’d love to have Dick Dale on the show. He’s a good example of how an elbow based mechanic can be controlled and smooth!

…also because I want to see Troy have to deal with the fact that Dick plays left handed with a right-handed string system.


#232

Check out dane Uffe Steen! Tasty, tasty player who does the left handed, strung for a right handed player-thing…


#233

Ralph Towner. He’s a fingerpicking player but he’s been completely smoking me out of the water lately.

He’s getting way up there in age but still touring and releasing records. Would be great to get up close and personal and talk about his approach to the fretboard and technique.


#234

Ulf Wakenius anyone? :slight_smile:


#235

George Bellas is the man.


#236

Phil Sayce. Great blues shredder and seemingly humble guy

He has taken the SRV thing up a few notches. We have already had metal/jazz/bluegrass…maybe some modernized blues now??

I think he lives right across the border in Canada?

some interesting thumb mechanics here?

some active 2 way mechanics?

In any case im sure we could glean some pentatonic insights. I mean, if Eric gales was considered then Phil should be a no brainer