Favorite YouTube Guitar Channels

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  1. joe_cpwe

    joe_cpwe Senior Stratmaster

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    You have to check out Tom Bukovac

    New channel, since COVID lockdown, Nashville studio guitarist. Homeskoolin' which is him jamming and teaching guitar from his garage on an iPhone.



     
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    Rudedawg Senior Stratmaster

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    When I decided to learn some surf guitar songs I like to watch Bruce Lindquist
     
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  3. abnormaltoy

    abnormaltoy Mouth draggin' knuckle breather Silver Member

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    I like this guy's stuff...not a deep dive...more of a dip your toe into various people.

     
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    Wow! He’s great. Thanks!
     
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    dante1963 Senior Stratmaster

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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyaStghQb7_e51PgH8bUkzg

    Johan Segeborn’s site is absolute porn for vintage amp fanatics.

    Demo after demo after demo of every great amp ever made. Particularly Marshalls.

    I had never even heard of the “Black Flag” until his demo, and now I wonder how my life could ever be complete without owning one.

    In another, he demos a bunch of vintage tweeds back-to-back and in the middle was a 1949 Princeton (or Harvard, I can’t remember) that was the one of the most extraordinary tones I’ve ever heard.

    In my favorite, he somehow got his hands on one of the first coffin logo, offset JTM45s ever made. I don’t think any amplifier ever sounded better than that demo.

    Plus, he seems like a really great guy.

    Although, I’m not entirely sure his neighbors would agree.

    As someone commented, in one video it looked “like he was living in a loft with a load-bearing wall consisting entirely of Marshall heads.”
     
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    Laren Strat-Talk Member

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    Stitch Method
    DWOFS
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  7. Cerb

    Cerb Anti conformist reformist

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    Most of my favorites have been mentioned but I'd like to add Mary Spender.

     
  8. Odysseus

    Odysseus Strat-O-Master

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    Andertons for me too. Fantastic for bass and acoustic as well, if they're your thing.
     
  9. GarrettM

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    Most of mine have been listed I think.

    All the major ones. Andertons, Marty, Paul Davids, Darrell Braun, Music Is Win.

    I really like Sean Daniel as well. A little off-beat, but really good at explaining stuff: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzZCiVjRPPDCpP5l7HIGRtA

    A decent Aussie one I like is intheblues : https://www.youtube.com/c/intheblues/featured

    For some good blues licks I like Blues Guitar World. No talking, just insane skills. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbNjH3Yc-fcCis0Hc15VvFg

    A few other random ones.

    And also, because chicks rock, Mary Spender and Hayley Powers.
     
  10. fattboyzz

    fattboyzz Senior Stratmaster

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    Darrell Braun

    Justin Johnson

    Marty music

    Steve Stine

    Stitch method

    Andrew Wasson

    Brett Papa
     
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    Nadnitram Most Honored Senior Member

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    Ian Stich

    Sean Daniel

    Signals Music Studio

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    Marty Schwartz/Marty Music/Rockongoodpeople

    As a fan of both folk music and acoustic guitar, I enjoy performer sites like Josh Turner Guitar and Carson McKee.
     
  12. Nolefinity

    Nolefinity Strat-Talker

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    Lots of Fender content here ;-)

     
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    CephasG Senior Stratmaster

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    OldGuitarPlayer Senior Stratmaster

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    This guy is great...especially if you love teles. Who doesn't love teles?

     
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    Impulsive guppy Strat-Talker Silver Member

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    Dave Simpson - I like Dave's personality and diy sensibility

    Dave's world of fun stuff - watch him do setups and eventually it starts to sink in.

    Tony McKenzie - seems like just a regular guy like me. Great unbiased reviews.

    Allison Bennett - great lessons for 80s Smith's, cure, pixies, Bowie etc
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZM4AiHulrvCwGW5ASHbUIQ

    EytschPi42 - awesome production, expensive gear demos. I also like his support for animal shelters and funny personality.

    TomoFujitaMusic - amazing player

    Wombat Page - short reviews of inexpensive guitars by a cool Australian rocker. https://www.youtube.com/user/WombatSDMF
     
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    blasphemoustrat Most Honored Senior Member

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    I enjoy troglys guitar channel, it's largely Gibson based, but very informative.
     
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    Neilybob Strat-Talker

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    Ironwolf Strat-O-Master Gold Supporting Member

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    Andertons
    That Pedal Show
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    Mary Spender
     
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    Stratafied Most Honored Senior Member

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    Guitar force
    Shut up and play
    Active melody
    Brett Pappa
    Marty’s music
    Mark zabe

    No particular order.
     
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    Texas Toast Guitars

    Matt is a no bull**** kinda guy lol


    https://www.youtube.com/c/TexasToastGuitars

    A bunch of channels are involved in that Great Guitar Build Off that I posted about.

    Darrell Braun
    Crimson Guitars
    Guns n Guitars
    DylanTalksTone
    Brad Angove @ Angove Guitars
    Phillip McKnight
    Jimmy Diresta
    Big D Guitars

    And a woman, Tamar, @ 3x3 Custom.

    They all have youtube channels, AFAIK. Tamar does woodworking projects, plays guitar, and has built a couple on her channel.


    I like the guitars on Trogly's but I cant stand him. He talks out of his ass half the time and says the stupidest stuff. He's too wishy washy. Makes up stuff that he doesn't know. And his mannerisms are weird. The way he holds guitars/necks, the way he points with forefinger & pinky finger for no reason, etc... He's just weird. The fake, forced laughing kills it, too.
     
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