Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch

Greg Martin

February 18, 2021 Greg Koch / Greg Martin Season 2 Episode 5
Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch
Greg Martin
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The Kentucky Headhunters' Greg Martin has long been revered for his hot playing and glorious tone. He's also a gear aficionado with an impressive collection and first-hand perspective on all things vintage guitar. Greg and Greg discuss "Hank the Plank", The Allman Brothers, Cream, and 100w Marshalls, all amongst other magnificent tonal tangents.

2:47 - Greg Martin’s ‘Licks From The Outhouse’, the unparalleled glory of playing through a cranked 100W Marshall, and tons of pedal talk!
14:55 - Greg’s amp setup when playing with The Kentucky Headhunters
18:49 - An average year in the life of a Kentucky Headhunter
22:53 - The power and importance of a good vibrato
31:34 - Going down the Cream rabbit hole… 
42:04 - Greg’s ’58 Les Paul “Hank” - the story, the acquisition, and a date with Greg Koch’s ’53 Telecaster
57:27 - The Allman Brothers in all their glory, and the musical genealogy that follows their legacy

Total Length: 73:34

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Greg Martin’s ‘Licks From The Outhouse’, the unparalleled glory of playing through a cranked 100W Marshall, and tons of pedal talk!
Greg’s amp setup when playing with The Kentucky Headhunters
An average year in the life of a Kentucky Headhunter
The power and importance of a good vibrato
Going down the Cream rabbit hole…
Greg’s ’58 Les Paul “Hank” - the story, the acquisition, and a date with Greg Koch’s ’53 Telecaster
The Allman Brothers in all their glory, and the musical genealogy that follows their legacy