Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 527

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 527

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 527! Our featured interview tonight is with Steve “PipeStud” Fallon. Steve has one of the most popular consignment-auction businesses for estate pipes and vintage tobaccos that he’s been running since 2006. Brian will be talking to Steve about which current production tobaccos he thinks are the best. In Pipe Parts, the discussion will be about cleaning the mortise section of your pipe. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Steve Fallon a.k.a. "Pipe Stud"
Steve Fallon a.k.a. “Pipe Stud”

PipeStud’s Consignment Shop

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2 Responses

  • Very good advice regarding shank-mortise maintenance.
    I really enjoyed your conversation with our friend Steve. His celebration of tobacco available today was refreshing. Steve’s suggestions, choices and taste profiles were well presented, and will be of great benefit for both newer smokers and us old farts who bemoan the supposed loss of all good tobacco blends.
    The Segovia piece was just plain sublime.
    However, in honor of Steve, maybe you should have played Willie Nelson’s “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys.”
    Thanks for another great show.

  • Just a terrific show with Steve Fallon as usual. May have been the best one you have done with the ‘Stud.
    Your piece on cleaning the mortise was informative. You don’t have to do it very often but when you do it is important to do it right.
    Steve really knows his tobaccos. His suggestions could be of use by geezers and newbies. Now, whether we will listen is another story. Codgers are pretty set in their ways and newbies are usually mired in the quagmire that is today’s aro world.

    The Segovia piece was excellent. His classical playing was just thing I needed to hear. Dino’s suggestion was possibly right because we know Willie smokes.