Signature Artists

Gino Matteo

Gino Matteo is carving the spot he deserves as a "force of nature" in the roots world. Sensational guitarist, songwriter and powerfully emotional live performer, he empowered the Sugaray hit machine for nearly a decade. Gino has destroyed countless audiences here in the US and abroad with his powerful wit, gut ripping playing, and incredibly gifted musicianship.

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Travis Toy

Hey everybody. I was born and raised right outside of Lexington, KY, and moved to Nashville in 1999. I started doing session work fairly quickly after I moved to town, and also started touring with various artists. From 2004 to 2020, I toured and recorded with Rascal Flatts, and it was an amazing “home base” for me. Between musical collaborations via the Flatts gig, and various other live and studio situations I have found myself in, I have been blessed to make music with a lot of amazing people and quite a few of my heroes. You can now catch me on tour with country music artist Luke Bryan.

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A J Ghent

AJ Ghent [j-ent] and His Singing Guitar construct a musical sound that can be heard howling from the church to the streets to the clubs. His style can be defined as fresh, nostalgic, electrifying and roots rock, -- fusing blues, funk, rock, and pop, mashing it into a genre he likes to call, NEO BLUES.

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Featured Artists

Seal

British singer, songwriter and record producer who has sold over 20 million records worldwide. He is renowned for his distinctive soulful singing voice.

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Jack Ryan Sullivan

Jack Ryan Sullivan is a film composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter based out of Los Angeles, CA. He plays over 30 instruments with a focus on guitar, plectrum banjo, mandolin, and pedal steel guitar. His favorite amp is his Quilter Aviator Mach 3, and he owns an amp from every generation of modern Quilter.

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Ron Artis II

Hailing from Haleiwa, HI
This award-winning artist brings a unique soulful-honest-songwriting style to the stage. Performing all original music and energizing audiences all across the globe. You’ll be sure to leave the experience feeling loved, electrified and pondering the lyrics.

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Doyle Grisham

Doyle started playing guitar professionally when he was fifteen. At 21, while on tour with the Big "D" Jamboree, he began playing steel guitar professionally. Most recently he has been touring with Jimmy Buffet's Coral Reefer Band.

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Allan Holdsworth (RIP)

We lost one of our dearest friends on April 15th, 2017. Holdsworth used Quilter MicroPro Generation 1 Stacks. Each of the MicroPro Gen 1 12 inch combos drove an extension speaker for a 4x12 inch configuration. These he placed atop an additional pair of Quilter Extension cabs which were driven by a QSC GX7 amplifier for his synthaxe amplification. When touring overseas, Holdsworth used two Quilter MicroPro heads for guitar, and two Quilter Tone Block 200's for Synthaxe.

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Sasha Ostrovsky

Playing slide instruments such as dobro, steel guitar and lap steel since the age of thirteen and gathering critical success with his band Bering Strait, Sasha and the band earned a Grammy nomination for Best Country Instrumental Performance in 2003. Currently Sasha is touring the world with country star Darius Rucker.

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Nick Campbell

Nick Campbell plays the electric bass. He was born and raised in Los Angeles and like most members of the city’s bountiful music scene he spent the majority of his youth in the annals of music education. It was here that Campbell developed his unique penchant for superimposing triadic patterns over static harmony (commonly referred to as “getting modal”). He currently writes music under the name “Nick Campbell Destroys.”

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Michael Tash

For almost 25 years, Jr has been a fixture on the East Coast blues circuit. He has performed at numerous clubs, festivals, made multiple appearances at NAMM shows, and was recently inducted into the Northern Virginia Blues Hall Of Fame.

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Mike Manning

Mike Manning is a Musical Director and professional guitarist out of Dallas, Texas. Having lived in musical cities such as Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago and Dallas, his sound is a blend of styles and genres, with rock at its heart. Mike got his professional start touring as lead guitarist for Demi Lovato, performing in over 30 countries across four continents and countless TV performances. He is currently Music Directing and playing guitars for SHAB, a Persian/American dance/pop artist, opening for artists such as Anastacia and JLS across Europe. Mike has been an exclusive Quilter user for the past decade, and the original endorsee of the Aviator 2!

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Emiliano Juarez

Emiliano Juárez is considered among the best Blues guitar players in Mexico. Being one of the very few mexican Blues guitarists on an international level, he has traveled the world performing at important stages in America, Asia and Europe

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Chris Smith

Chris has been playing music professionally for over 25 years. Whether it be upright bass, vocals, guitar or electric bass, he has been contributing to the roots music scene as a stand out performer, song writer and session player, constantly working with several acts.

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Marc LeGrand

Nicaraguan-American Marc Anthony LeGrand is a New York City-based guitarist, composer, theorist, and producer whose work and collaborations blur the lines of composed and improvised music. As an artist, Marc challenges the listener’s relationship with consonance and dissonance. In doing so, it is his aim to uncover an ever-widening aural palette, to journey with the listener between the visceral and ethereal, and to foster a globally conscious harmonic experience.

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Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield graduated from Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music in the spring of 1987. Shortly thereafter, he returned to his native New York to embark on a career as a Jazz Guitarist that afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with legendary artists including Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, Carmen McRae, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach, Jimmy Smith, Clark Terry, Shirley Horn, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Joe Williams, and his greatest teacher and mentor George Benson.

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Giba Byblos

Brazilian guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer, playing the blues with a touch of soul, heavily influenced by Chicago blues artists like JImmy Johnson and Carl Weathersby! In addition to being a string-bender and vocalist who delivers his lyrics in almost totally unaccented English, he’s also a music promoter who’s worked closely with some of the best musicians the Windy City has to offer.

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Greg Douglass

Over his 50+ years in music... Greg has played with Steve Miller, Van Morrison, Greg Kihn, Eddie Money, Paul Butterfield, Big Brother and MANY MORE! See him LIVE with his all-star band!

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Tim Lerch

In addition to his duties playing and composing for the seminal North West Gypsy Jazz group PearlDjango, Tim is a world renowned Solo Guitarist.

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Josh Aldrich

Josh grew up studying and playing music abroad, including conservatories across France, and finished his studies in Dallas, TX. He's played professionally as a studio and touring musician between the United States and Europe for 15 years and is currently based in Paris, France.

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David Hidalgo

David Hidalgo is one of the founding members of Los Lobos. Hidalgo's songs have been coveredby theJerry Garcia Band, Waylon Jennings,Bonnie Raittand others. He has performed in Eric Clapton'sCrossroads Guitar Festival since its inception in 2004, including a performance with Los Lobos in April 2013 at Madison Square Garden.

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Ken Valdez

This guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer fuses elements of blues, rock, funk and Latin music to create a sound all his own.

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Juan Dhas

Constantly seeking to push his limits and abilities as a guitarist, a composer and an improviser, Juan has slowly carved a name for himself within the Colombian Jazz scene where he currently works as Coordinator of the Guitar Department at EMMAT.

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Surfer Joe

Surfer Joe has been involved in the surf music scene since the mid 90s, building up his name worldwide both as musician and event organizer. His frenetic touring schedule proves that this small genre deserves more attention. Surfer Joe carries on the legacy of the original 60s California bands with their sound and energy, while showcasing his own style.

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Kai Kurosawa

Kai Kurosawa picked up the electric bass at the age of fifteen. Today his primary axe is Kūbo (aka the Aircraft Carrier); a custom 15-string instrument which he co-developed with renowned luthiers Michael & Daniel Tobias (MTD). Kai self-taught and self-created fresh new cutting edge musical techniques for this unique instrument. Widely considered as truly one of a kind player, he is frequently invited to teach seminars and clinics in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He is consistently busy working with various bands and creative projects; genres include jazz, progressive metal, rock, pop, and electronic music. When not on tour, he works as a producer/programmer and gives online lessons. Kai currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Eddie Ojeda

Eddie "Fingers" Ojeda is famous for being the lead guitarist in the American heavy metal band Twisted Sister, as well as for his perfomances as a solo artist. Eddie has recorded 11 albums with Twisted Sister which combined have earned 25 gold and platinum records.

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Mark Mendoza

Mark "The Animal" Mendoza is the bassist of the American heavy metal band, Twisted Sister, Blackfoot, The Dictators and Animal Tactix. Mark enjoys performing to support many worthy charities and he jams regularly with a local band called Joe Rock and the All Stars, on Long Island, New York.

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Don Diego

Rockabilly,country, western swing, blues and rock and roll mix with“Italian taste” through Sicilian guitarist “Don” Diego Geraci.

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Paul Pesco

American session guitarist, singer-songwriter, film score composer and record producer who's resume reads like a “Who’s Who” of heavy music industry giants including Steve Winwood, Joan Baez, Cher, Whitney Houston, Al Green, Roberta Flack, Mariah Carey, C+C Music Factory, Hall & Oates, Annie Lennox, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, and too many more to name here.

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Cody Angel

Cody Angel started playing guitar at the ripe age of 11 while living in Kentucky. Since beginning his music career, Cody has had the opportunity to play and record with many acts. Currently he occupies the steel guitar spot with Texas artist Josh Ward. 

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Greg Leisz

Leisz grew up in the garage band culture of mid-60s Southern California. He has recorded with numerous artists from Clapton to Avenged Sevenfold and is a member of The Forest Rangers rock band best known for songs from the TV series Sons of Anarchy.

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Bastian Evans

Evans is guitarist and vocalist for the band The Alive, that launched in California between surf & skate sessions in 2018. They've performed around the globe at festivals and benefits. opened for major acts, been featured in tons of magazines, and named one of Stab Magazine’s 30 Under 30 Culture Shifters of Tomorrow.

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Bobby Abarca

Bobby Abarca lays down the groove and is part of the rhythm section for the band PowerFlex 5. Born in Bremenhaven, Germany he has over 20 years of stage experience and has toured all over the world.

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Ernie Ecraela

Ernie "The Mayor" Ecraela started his career at the tender age of 13, when he opted on bass so he could join a friends blues trio. Since then he's been in high demand in the Honolulu music scene and beyond playing with legendary local bands. Nowadays you can catch him on tour with Ron Artis II & The Truth playing shows and festivals all over the United States and beyond. 

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John Avila

John was bass player for Oingo Boingo from 1984-1995. He co-produce 4 full length releases with Danny Elfman and Steve Bartek. In 1995, John opened the doors to 'Brando's Paradise', his personally owned recording studio where he could produce a vast array of musical talent and projects.

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Ash Jangda

Originally from Miami, FL, Ash Jangda, has established himself as a sought-after & versatile composer / musician / musical director / educator in Los Angeles, CA. His broad musical scope has afforded him the privilege of collaborating with an eclectic group of the world's influential and relevant award-winning artists.

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Ian Ross

Ian Ross is a bassist, instrumentalist, and producer based in Hollywood, California. His current projects include instrumental rock band John 5 and the Creatures and alt-pop artist Fiona Grey. A Chicago native, Ian began his musical life as a violinist, playing his earliest gigs on electric violin before picking up the bass guitar.

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Tommy Harkenrider

Speaking of loud  I have a  Quilter pro block, and am using it with a cabinet made by Nocturne loaded with a Warehouse Veteran 30...It sounds great at any venue.  It is extremely light and I will never be overpowered...When it comes to travel the best setup for me is a Quilter Tone Block and Nocturne Junior Barnyard.

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Justin Williamson

Having spent countless hours practicing, Justin left the small town of Casper, WY and headed for music row. "I went to Belmont University in Nashville majoring in classical performance and had heard of Brad because he graduated the previous year." Now Brad's longtime sideman, Justin can be heard on all of Paisley's releases.

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Kenny Lewis

Hailing from Gallatin, TN, Kenny is a long time member of Brad's all star band. Starting out his career as a guitarist, he worked with Billy Dean and earned the recognition it would take to have his name show up in the spotlight. Catch him on tour and on all Paisley live albums. 

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Remington Rafael

Singer, Songwriter, Producer and lead singer of Red White and Whiskey. Remington has an increasing following on IG and is a founding member of the Dallas Stunt Riders.

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Mark Slaughter

Having first gained notoriety for being the lead singer of the Vinnie Vincent Invasion, Mark Slaughter is best known as the frontman and namesake of the popular early-'90s glam metal outfit Slaughter.

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CD Woodbury

In the 2005 "Encyclopedia of the Blues" by Edward Komara the article on Washington state speculated a possibility that "Seattle has more blues guitar players than any city in the world". It also mentions CD Woodbury as one of the standouts. The Washington State Blues Society awarded him Best Electric Blues Guitarist three times

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Tim Miller

Tim Miller is an American guitarist and composer at the forefront of progressive fusion and jazz. He first became known for his distinctive acoustic-electric sound, melodic compositions, and unique approach to improvisation. His latest album, Synergy, is the culmination of this aesthetic vision. His other notable recordings include his Trio series.

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Jay Leonard J

Jay Leonard’s rich and diverse musical technique is augmented by his West Coast upbringing and cultivated by professional experience globally. Jay has produced promotional music for television and Netflix and also runs a thriving YouTube Channel where he has showcased a lot of Quilter gear.

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Emily V

“Not Your Typical Violinist”, L.A. Based Rock 'N' Roll Violinist Emily V is one of the most unique, eccentric, and exciting violinists of our day. Emily has toured with many iconic & world-renowned musicians. In between tours, she continues to have local residency gigs at venues in the L.A. area. She currently performs as an exciting solo experience creating a rock n roll drama that unfolds before the audience’s eyes and ears.

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Ivan "Uncle Lui" Kirimau

Common Kings’ style and music is a collection of inspirations orchestrated into an array of head rocking beats, feel good vibes, and emotional fever. Their crazy, fun-loving attitude compliments Common Kings’ live sound, producing phenomenal hits with rock, reggae, and island influences. These influences originate from each band members love for various genres, and widespread knowledge of music.

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Bibi McGill

Belinda "Bibi" McGill is an American guitarist, best known as the lead guitarist and musical director of Beyoncé's backing band, the Suga Mamas, as well as for her work with Pink, Paulina Rubio and Chilean rock group La Ley.

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James Harman (RIP)

We loved and appreciated James. He will be forever missed.

American blues harmonica player, singer, and songwriter. Harman became known as a skilled, reliable musician, whether for a backing band or leading his own ensemble. Numerous songs by Harman have been used in films and on television.

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Ward Williams

Ward Williams is currently playing pedal steel and guitar for Bryce Canyon Wranglers. He has also performed with Maddie & Tae, Sorta, The Old 97′s, Two Cow Garage, and pop/hip hop writer/producer Damon Elliot.

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Roxanne Coverdale-Blinn

Black Market III crosses over, using the Blues as the root of the sound, their music infuses traditional Blues with Roots Rock, Latin, and straight ahead Rock. Coverdale + Blinn crosses over Blues, American Roots, and Rock in a stripped down version from the full band.

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Joe Rock

Joe Rock is not only known for his songwriting abilities but also for his dynamic live performances. He has been a mainstay of the music industry on Long Island for decades. When it comes to performing, Joe Rock does it all-Rock, Blues, Rockabilly, Punk and General Mayhem.

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Matt Quilter

Matt Quilter is Pat's younger brother, lifelong supporter and strictest critic. He performs in multiple acts, including tribute band Jumping Jack Flash, the Surftones, original instrumental band The Reventlos, and is also a performance-based  musical historian.

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Jack Miele

Jack Miele is an 11x Platinum, 6x Telly, and 5x Global Music Award-winning audio engineer/producer/composer/multi-instrumentalist. He is also an audio and/or mix engineer on 2 Grammy Award-winning and 4 nominated albums, as well as Emmy Award-winning television promos.

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Keith Wyatt

After finally leaving MI in 2014, Keith gathered up his years of playing, teaching, and writing to develop the School of Blues Guitar for the interactive education site www.artistworks.com

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Rob Henx

A music teacher for more than 25 years, Rob Henx started playing guitar at the young age of 13 and playing in several tribute bands by. the age of 15. Henx considers his guitar an extension of his soul creating music inspired by moments of his life, memories, hopes and everything in between.

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Russ Spiegel

Russ Spiegel is a commissioned composer and arranger as well as a highly respected international guitarist, bandleader, writer, musicologist, clinician, instructor, and award-winning sound engineer.

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Razor and the Boogiemen

RATBM are three happy gentlemen who write angry music, specializing in writing technical punk riffs with slow 70’s rock influences.

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Randy Houser

With an inimitable voice the New York Times describes as "wholly different, thicker and more throbbing, a caldron bubbling over," Randy Houser racked up five consecutive country radio hits and over five million singles sales after shifting record labels to Stoney Creek Records.

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Scottie Blinn

Black Market III crosses over, using the Blues as the root of the sound, their music infuses traditional Blues with Roots Rock, Latin, and straight ahead Rock. Coverdale + Blinn crosses over Blues, American Roots, and Rock in a stripped down version from the full band.

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Taumata Grey

Common Kings are more than a band of musicians, they are a family, a lifestyle, a community, a brother and sisterhood, having grown up together in California’s Orange County, four college mates who first met at a backyard barbeque 20-some years ago.

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Miles Okazaki

Miles Okazaki is a NYC based guitarist originally from Port Townsend, a small seaside town in Washington State. His approach to the guitar is described by the New York Times as “utterly contemporary, free from the expectations of what it means to play a guitar in a group setting — not just in jazz, but any kind.”

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Bobby Messano

Bobby Messano is a legendary guitarist and Contemporary Blues Artist who has released seven Solo CDs, placed songs in many TV and Cable shows and played on over 50 Major label and Indie albums.

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Ian Siegel

From one night to the next, he might be a solo acoustic performer or a blood-and-thunder bandleader. Siegal is known as a bluesman, but it’s just one shade in the palette of an artist who slips between continents, eras and expectations.

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Leandro Pellegrino

Leandro Pellegrino is an internationally acclaimed guitarist who has been steadily developing his reputation as one of the finest guitarists of his generation.

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Marty "Big Dog" Mercer

For close to two decades, Marty "Big Dog" Mercer's heartfelt, southpaw Blues and soulful voice have growled through the Midwest music scene and abroad. Mercer's ability to combine emotional lyrics that tell stories of life and his aggressive guitar style and slide guitar abilities make him an artist unlike any other. 

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Zachary Arias

Guitarist residing in Kansas City. Originally from St. Louis. Performs with Polymer Mercies

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George Lindsay

George Lindsay has built a repertoire developed from his love of the blues and his experience of playing with so many accomplished blues artists throughout his playing career.

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Bobby Lewis

Bobby Lewis Blues Band has been a staple in the DC area for the last decade. He's a guitar expert with 30 plus years of touring, recording and live performance, Bobby Lewis uses Quilter Amps exclusively for their unmatched sound, versatility and incredible quality.

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Mateus Asato

Mateus Asato is a Brazilian guitar player who has been considered to the media one of the "most influential guitar players" of this modern era.

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Ric Fierabracci

3-time Grammy Nominated Bassist, Composer, Producer, Engineeer

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Deke Dickerson

Since his early days with the Untamed Youth and the Dave and Deke Combo, Dickerson has been getting his hands into various other parts of the entertainment business. In recent years he has had numerous songs placed in movies, television, and radio, and he has produced quite an impressive number of albums, both at his own Ecco-Fonic Studios and elsewhere.

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Devin Townsend

Across all his bands and projects, Townsend has released twenty-three studio albums and three live albums. Townsend's trademark production style, featuring a heavily multitracked wall of sound, has been compared to the styles of Phil Spector and Frank Zappa. His vocal delivery ranges from screaming to an opera-esque singing. Townsend's musical style is rooted in metal, and his albums are written to express different aspects of his personality.

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Alex Band

Alex Band is an American musician and singer-songwriter, best known for his work in the band The Calling and their signature song "Wherever You Will Go", which peaked at #1 on the Adult Top 40 chart for 23 straight weeks.

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Albert Lee

Albert Lee is one of the most respected and renowned guitarists in music history. The British-born country-rock artist started his career during the emerging rock 'n' roll scene of sixties London, when he swapped bands with the likes of Jimmy Page and Chris Farlowe.

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Tracy Byrd

Tracy Byrd has been playing in WV horror punk band Blitzkid for 25 years. In that time they have toured all over the US, Europe, Brazil and Canada.

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Rami Jaffee

Keyboardist for Foo Fighters and the Wallflowers. He has worked for many artists including Pete Yorn, Soul Asylum, Stone Sour, Joseph Arthur and Coheed and Cambria.

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Jerry Becker

Jerry Becker plays guitar and keyboards for Train, a Grammy award-winning American rock band from San Francisco formed in 1993.

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Roger Coleman II

Also known as Rog The Guitarman, Roger is a guitarist from a small town in Eastern Kentucky called Greasy Creek. Roger currently tours with Justin Moore, plays his own shows in the greater Nashville area and records for many other artists.

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Atreyu Adams-Meacham

You may have seen him playing his Custom Nash P Bass or his Fretless Fender Jazz Bass with: Kira Lise, Besos, Jordan Lyles, Krista Marina, Chris Farmer, Shelton Taylor, Olivia Ooms, David Rosales, Chozin, Blake Jones, and Lily Honigberg.

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Jeff Troxel

Jeff Troxel is a guitarist, songwriter, composer, and music professor at the University of Montana. Jeff has won state flatpicking championships in Wyoming and Utah.

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Frank Hannon

Founding member and lead guitarist of the band TESLA. Frank is an accomplished singer-songwriter and producer. Having a passion for all genres of music, he has recorded several solo albums.

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Chet Roberts

Crediting a mix of hard work and being at the right place at the right time, he went from engineer to musician nearly overnight when 3 Doors Down needed a replacement guitarist. The band's first studio album, The Better Life, was released in 2000 and peaked at number seven on the Billboard 200. And the singles Kryptonite, Loser, and Duck and Run all reached number one on the mainstream rock charts.

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Peter Parcek

Peter Parcek is an acclaimed modern blues artist based in Boston. He has toured & recorded with legendary blues maestro Pinetop Perkins.

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Vernon Reid

There’s no doubt that Vernon Reid has already solidified his status as a true guitar legend, and time will only see his sonic kaleidoscopic colors shine even stronger.

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Brian Wooten

Wooten has been Trace Adkin's lead guitar player since 2006. At age 12 Brian’s parents bought him and his brother a Silvertone guitar and amp and the rest is history.

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Tim Sergent

Tim Sergent grew up in Ashland, but has been a musician making a living in Nashville for over 25 years. He has been a member of Bentley's band for over ten years.

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Gilad Hekselman

Hekselman has released 10 critically-acclaimed records as a band-leader, many of which have made it into many 'best of the year' lists.

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Yotam Silberstein

Yotam Silberstein, one of the leading jazz guitarists of his generation, has gained acclaim for a sound rich in bebop and blues as well as musical folklore from South America, North Africa and the Middle East, giving his music an increasingly global thrust.

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Taz Taylor

In 1997, UK-born Taz came to the US with a guitar, a dream and $2K in his pocket. After recording his debut album in 2004, he garnered the attention of Graham Bonnet and it all took off from there.

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Thomas Griggs

Guitarist from Tampa experienced in all ranges of guitar specializing in jazz, jazz fusion, modern, and classical.

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Dennis Hill

Dennis has been a singer, songwriter, guitar player, and producer for many years with many prominent artists having covered his songs.

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Kim Wilson

For over 30 years, The Fabulous Thunderbirds have been the quintessential American band. Co-founder Kim Wilson, the sole original member, still spearheads the group as it evolves into its newest incarnation.

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John Pisano

John Pisano has been formally recognized as one of the nation’s finest guitarists. He has accompanied in concert or recording some of music’s biggest names, including Peggy Lee, Tony Bennett, Burt Bacharach, Frank Sinatra, Michael Franks, Clare Fischer, Julie London, Bobby Troup, Natalie Cole, Joe Pass Barbra Streisand and Diana Krall.

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Kenny Olson

Kenny Olson is a multi-platinum guitarist from Detroit, Michigan, who has performed with Aerosmith, Metallica, Run DMC, Hank Williams, Jr. Sheryl Crow, Billy Gibbons, Billy Cox, Buddy Miles, Les Paul, Buddy Guy, Bootsy Collins, Chaka Khan, Faith Evans, and Mick Mars. He was Kid Rock’s lead guitarist for eleven years performing around the world with dozens of television appearances, including Super Bowl XXXVIII.

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Ben Sher

Ben combines standard jazz plectrum technique, with classical fingerstyle, to create a wide range of sounds and textures.

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Danny B Harvey

As a guitarist, producer and composer Danny has played and recorded with such great artists as Levi Dexter, Tim Polecat, Johnny Ramone, Nancy Sinatra, Lemmy Kilmister, Lee Rocker, Slim Jim Phantom and Wanda Jackson.

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Lee Williamson

Solidly laying down the sound as the stellar lead guitarist for Walk Off The Earth's action packed live performances, Lee serves both as the epic "stunt guitarist" and an integral part of the show itself. As Williamson proudly proclaims in the immortal Jimi Hendrix quote. "I'm Gonna pick up my axe and fight like a farmer."

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Bruce Forman

A hectic touring schedule; twenty-one recordings as a leader,  countless sideman recordings; soundtrack performances on three of Clint Eastwood’s distinguished films; raconteur, arranger, acclaimed educator, in residence at USC’s Studio/Jazz Guitar Dept., when does Bruce Forman rest?

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Pete Curry

Pete Curry goes far beyond just the bassist of Los Straitjackets! As a soloist in his own right he has released his own albums and played drums and a myriad of other instruments both on and off albums for so many people he has to keep himself obscured at all times!

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Adam Wakeman

As a highly sought after keyboard player & musical director, Adam's career has seen him tour, write and record with some of the biggest selling artists in the recording industry.

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Randle Currie

Randle Gordon Bowden Currie born in Sturgeon Lake Saskatchewan, Canada, plays steel guitar for Brad Paisley. His favorite food is Chinese and his favorite color is blue.

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Doyle Bramhall II

Since 2000, this gifted guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer has been practically joined to Eric Clapton’s hip as both an onstage and studio collaborator. In addition to Slowhand, other music greats have sought Bramhall’s distinctive talents: Roger Waters, T-Bone Burnett, Elton John, Gregg Allman, Allen Toussaint, Sheryl Crow, Michael McDonald, Erykah Badu, – the list goes on and on.

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Ric Hall

Since 2005, Ric has been a distinct member of the Buddy Guy Band, gaining quite a national exposure. His style is versatile and melodic. He’s always ready and willing to interject with those soulful, ‘teeth gritting’ guitar licks.

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David Robaire

Whether it’s playing for the Grammy Awards ceremony, being a guest lecturer, or convincing Wayne Shorter to produce his band’s album, David Robaire has proven time and again the many hats he wears all somehow fit just the way they should. Perfectly.

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Los Tremoleros

Los Tremoleros are a Melbourne, Australia 4-piece surf instrumental outfit. Together with Lucha Libre wrestling masks and a sense of humour, they feature songs peppered with a Mexican rock and roll, reverb-heavy surf sound.

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Jostein Gulbrandsen

Gulbrandsen has played at Kongsberg Jazz Festival, Blue Note, Birdland, BB. Kings, Cornelia Street Cafe, Smalls, Smoke ,Blues Alley, The Kennedy Center and many other places.

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Howard Alden

Howard Alden has been a Concord Jazz recording artist since the late '80s where his prolific recorded output as leader, co-leader, and versatile sideman, has captured an artist of consistently astonishing virtuosity and originality. It seems that the only thing regarding Howard Alden on which the critics have debate is whether the remarkable jazz guitarist is one of the best or simply the best.

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Russell Pzutto

Russell Pzutto is one of the most sought out bass players in the Northeast. Over the scope of 25 years Russell Pzutto has done pro recordings, performed and shared stages with national artists such as Vince Neil of Motley CrueStryper, Geoff Tate, Kip Winger and many more.

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Drew Brown

Andrew John "Drew" Brown is an American musician best known as the guitarist and keyboardist for the pop rock band One Republic.

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Terry Casey

For nearly two decades now, The Fenians have delivered their potent mix of traditional Irish folk and good old rock n roll all across the USA and Ireland. With an ever expanding set of original creations, as well as contemporary and traditional tunes plucked from the panoply of the genre, these five lads put on a live show that is second to none.

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Rich Severson

Originally from the L.A. area, Rich has been playing professionally and teaching guitar for over forty years.

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Elvin Bishop

Ever since Rock & Roll and Blues Hall Of Famer Elvin Bishop first hit the scene with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band back in 1965, he’s blazed his own musical trail.

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Nathan James

Nathan James is a true original American roots music artist who makes a lot of sound pickin' and scratchin' on his handmade invention of washboard guitar.

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Justin Moore

Multi-PLATINUM hitmaker Justin Moore has built a loyal following over the past decade with his traditional Country sound and captivating live shows.

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Kay-Ta

Kay-Ta has supported/performed with artists ranging from pop/R&B artists like Grammy Winner Lalah Hathaway, Jenifer Hudson, Jody Watley, Amerie & Chante Moore; contemporary jazz artists like Jackiem Joyner, Keiko Matsui, & Michael Lington; to Jazz Fusion artists like Japanese drum prodigy, Senri Kawaguchi.

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Tom Holland

Tom Holland grew up on Chicago’s south side and was influenced by the city’s rich jazz and blues heritage from a very young age.

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Michael Sweet

On any given day, veteran musical artist Michael Sweet can be found practicing guitar riffs, laying down vocals, writing a song or giving an interview on a podcast. And that’s just to name a few of his diverse and demanding priorities.

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Johnny Winter (RIP)

Johnny Winter was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter and record producer. Winter was known for his high-energy blues rock albums, live performances and slide guitar playing from the late 1960s into the early 2000s.

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Greg Wachala

Greg Wachala is a respected guitarist and educator in the greater New York City area. He has recorded with multi-Platinum artists, performed in Las Vegas Showrooms, NYC Clubs, events for NASCAR, musicals, and countless other venues. He has also written music for television commercials.

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Bob Morris

American songwriter, singer, and guitarist of Chicago-based indie group The Hush Sound. His current project is called Le Swish.

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Chris Payton

Chris’ professional experience spans several genres, including R&B, gospel, soul, hip hop, pop, alternative, jazz and blues. He has supported major acts including Robin Thicke, Ludacris, Kendrick Lamar, The Soul Seekers, Faith Evans and T.I.

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Steve Huey

With their hot-rodded fusion of dazzling high-speed guitar runs, thundering rhythms, high-profile swagger, and lyrical smirk, the Reverend Horton Heat are perhaps the most popular psychobilly artists of all time.

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Hot Rod Austin Tripp

Hotrod Austin Tripp began playing the pedal steel at age 13. Learning early on from mentors such as Bill Ferguson, Homer Franks and Cowboy Eddie Long. Hotrod currently records and tours with country artist Cody Jinks.

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JD Bradshaw

Since 1980 JD Bradshaw has been playing and recording non stop in working bands around Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.

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Kyle Bolden

When the company you keep includes one of music's all time legends your tone cannot be compromised. Kyle plays using two Quilter amps.

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Carl Harvey

Carl Harvey has shared the stage with some of the world's most popular artists including The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews and Sheryl Crow: headlining stages such as Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, WOMAD, Reggae on the River, Fuji Rock, SummerJam along with hundreds of others worldwide. 

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Jerry Best

Gerard John "Jerry" Best (born May 8, 1963 in Queens, New York), is a Los Angeles-based hard rock bassist, songwriter and composer, active since 1984. He has played with bands such as Lion, Dio, Freak of Nature and Heavy Bones. Jerry was first introduced to his instrument by his older brother Tom, who showed him how to play the basic chords.

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Frank Potenza

Capri recording artist and educator Frank Potenza is a protégé of the late, great Joe Pass and an active composer and performer with nine solo albums to his credit.

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Chase Walker

Walker has appeared in Guitar World Magazine, Guitar Player Magazine and Ultimate Guitar. He has also been featured in American Blues Scene Magazine as a “Top 10 Artist You Need to Know” and named “Future of Blues Rock - 10 Acts To Watch Under 30” by Blues Rock Review among artists like Marcus King, Greta Van Fleet and Larkin Poe.

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Disashi Soul

Disashi Lumumba-Kasango is mainly influenced by rock music, citing Jimi Hendrix and Muse as an inspiration for his guitar playing

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Stuart Ziff

Seeing The Beatles on Ed Sullivan cemented Ziff's goal to be a guitar player and musician. Honing his skills in the bar scene and on the road in the United States through the 70’s, Ziff then moved to New York City to expand his career as a freelance musician.

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Daniel Delorenzo

Daniel DeLorezno is known for blending the rich traditions of jazz guitar with a healthy dose of modern sensibility. Daniel presents a simple approach to playing traditional influences with a contemporary voice.

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JD McPherson

JD McPherson was a middle-school teacher in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, with a rock and roll band on the side. Then he lost his job and decided to make a record.

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Valerio Fiorini

Valerio performs in a multitude of music ensembles in Australia, either as session musician and band leader. He also works as an arranger, composer, music director and drummer/percussionist.

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Jim "Kimo" West

Kimo is regarded as one of the world’s foremost “ki ho’alu” or Hawaiian “slack key” guitar artists and his music has garnered over seventy-five million spins on streaming services. He is a 2021 Grammy Winner for his recent CD, “More Guitar Stories” and a 2019 Grammy nominee for “Moku Maluhia-Peaceful Island”.

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Howard Westbrook

Howard has collaborated with legends such as Marvin Gaye, Bobby Womack, Al Wilson, Yolanda Adams, All 4 One, Little Ceasar, Little Dion, Big Joe Houston, Jonathan Moffet, Lonnie Liston Smith, Johnny Graham, Karl, Denson, Melvin Lee Davis, Donnie Sterling (P-Funk) and many, many more!

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Michael "Fish" Herring

While great players are said to be cut from the proverbial cloth, Michael “Fish” Herring’s particular piece must be taken from an intricate quilt, lovingly and expertly crafted over the years. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Fish continues to write, produce and play for various artists and projects.

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Gaku Murata

Gaku Murata began playing guitar at the age of fourteen. His diverse range of influences includes guitarists Wes Montgomery and Slash.

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Johnny Lang

Fans who discovered Jonny Lang through his searing instrumental work will revel in the huge guitar tones and go for broke solos on Signs, while those who have appreciated his growth as an honest and passionate songwriter will find that honesty and passion unabated.

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DL Edwards

Jack of all trades perfectly describes DL Edwards.  Born and raised on the west coast, he has emerged as a explosive force on the music scene.  He's graced the stage with Tommy Davidson, Fred Hammond, Howard Hewitt, Club Nouveau and the list continues.

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Micah Brown

Iration has been touring nationally since 2008, performing at festivals nationwide from Lollapalooza to Sunfest and Hangout, closing stages at festivals like Bottlerock and Outside Lands. The Hawaiian-bred musicians look forward to spreading their original sound and 'Aloha spirit' all the while never forgetting to get a surf in when possible.

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Paul Nelson

Paul Nelson is recognized as one of today's top modern contemporary guitarists, songwriters and sought after record producers. He not only has the distinction of being the hand picked fellow guitarist to the legendary rock/blues icon Johnny Winter in the 2000's but he has toured the world over performing and or recorded along side an endless who's who of top artists.

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Brittany Shane

This Americana singer-songwriter pawned a guitar to make the move to San Francisco and quickly became a staple at the Fillmore while sharing the stage with the likes of Aimee Mann, Chris Isaak, Travis, Heart, Peter Frampton and Liz Phair.

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Phil DeGruy

Born in New Orleans in 1955, Phil deGruy (pronounced "degree") has steadfastly remained in Louisiana his entire life, despite the constant humidity wreaking havoc on his Guitarp's seventeen strings at every gig.

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Willie J Campbell (RIP)

In touring bands such as the Fabulous Thunderbirds and The James Harman band, Willie was a powerhouse behind modern American Blues. His posthumously released album Be Cool includes musical friends David Hidalgo, Kim Wilson, Kid Ramos, and over a dozen others.

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Gary Hooker

Gary is Brad Paisley's long time sideman.

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Coy Bowles

I played guitar everyday, all day, for four years while in college, totally consumed with the music of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and many others. I graduated and started my own band. We opened for Zac Brown Band and a week or two later, I got a call from Zac saying, “I like what you are doing with music. If you want to open for us full-time, the spot is there". Years later, here I am, still sitting in and loving every minute of it.

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Randy Melson

Long time bassist for Sandi Patty, Randy is a force of music to be reckoned with. As a producer, an engineer, and a world class bassist, Randy is a seasoned veteran of stages the world over.

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Stephen T C GIbb

Stephen has been actively working in the music industry since his teens. Very early in his life he was determined to take the stage, and that he has done with such names as The Underbellys, The Smithereens, The Bee Gees, Nikki Sixx and 58, Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society and others.

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Mitchell Froom

Mitchell Froom is an American musician and record producer. He was a member of the bands Gamma and Latin Playboys, and is currently the keyboardist for Crowded House. He has produced albums for several artists, including Richard Thompson, Los Lobos, Suzanne Vega, and Vonda Shepard.

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Doug Mug Swanson

Doug Swanson is a musician, Humanitarian, songwriter and artist, sometimes called Dug Mug. He grew up in Venice Beach California and has played with some of the best in the Blues/Rock world.

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Matteo Caldari

Matteo Caldari has been the singer/bassist of Italian punk rock band 7Years since 2001. He's also played in bands like Seed'n'feed, The Sweat and Radio Mosquito.

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Tommy Bentz

Putting all of this musical knowledge together to start a band for the first time in high school, Bentz's love of music would give him the flexibility to perform in rock, classical, jazz, blues, bluegrass and jam bands.

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Jeramiah Red

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Dave Herrero

Dave Herrero got his first taste of the power of blues music by watching Buddy Guy on Austin City Limits as a kid. During his time in Chicago, Dave has continued touring and has been blessed to grace the stage many times with the living legend himself who inspired him to learn how to play guitar, Mr. Buddy Guy.

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David Wallace

Wallace is currently on tour with recording artist, Jake Owen. He hails from Shreveport, Louisiana and has shared the stage with some of Country Music's top artists.

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John Dante

Guitarist, songwriter, producer and frontman of the psychedelic rock and roll band from outer space The Inferno!! Dante and the Inferno brings a mixture of funk, punk, blues, heavy metal, rock 'n roll and jam band elements from another dimension to create their sound.

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Del Casher

Del's work in Hollywood ran the gamut of styles.  A typical week might include his regular gig with Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch TV show, recording with Frank Sinatra or Sonny and Cher, then sitting in with Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention at the Whisky A-Go-Go.

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Derek Day

Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA Derek infuses the power of Rock N' Roll N' Other Genres (R&B, Soul, Punk and Pop) as he engages with and captures the audience theatrically. He's on the lead, licky, riffy Electric Guitar to accompany his burning-lead, gritty, soulful contralto vocals.

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JonPaul Balak

Jonpaul Balak is an internationally recognized Surf and Exotica bassist. He performs around the world with the "International Surf Music Ambassador" Surfer Joe, is a member of the renowned modern Exotica septet The Tikiyaki Orchestra and their Surf-centric quartet Tikiyaki 5-0.

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Matt Spinks

Prior to the pandemic I was with B.B. King's Blues Allstars and played 6 days per week with those guys. Even when given a deluxe reverb for back line...I just connected the internal speaker on the deluxe to the quilter and didn't tell the guys. The sound guy was like, "Did you put new tubes in the deluxe or something?" Haha. It was sick.

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Redbeard Samurai

Guitarist, vocalist, producer, and educator out of Rochester, New York. He is engrained deeply into the Upstate New York Music Scene, and plays with several Alt. RnB and Hip-Hop groups

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Dakota Miller

A 17 year vet of the Pacific North West Metal/Punk Scene Dakota is an integral part of the ultimate doom metal in Darkmysticwoods. Just one gig with a Mach 2 and he abandoned tubes for the awesomeness of 4 pounds of brutal, relentless tone.

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Bill Murrell

Bill is a versatile guitarist based out of Houston, TX. A graduate of Boston's internationally acclaimed Berklee College of Music, Bill has played and toured with Musical Artists like: Kirk Whalum, Dianne Reeves, Patrice Rushen, Rachel Rachel, Houston POPS Orchestra, Mignon Murrell and more.

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Al Garcia

Al Garcia plays 4, 5, and 6 string fretted and fretless basses and various 6 string electric and acoustic guitars. He uses digital technology to record, compose, and perform music and plays a guitar synthesizer to gain access to sounds usually unavailable to string players.

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Matt Hill

Matt Hill is guitarist in the Nikki Hill Band.

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Adonis

Adonis Frangiskakis , Guitarist of the band Guavatron! A continuously growing band in the electronic /jamtronica genre they are taking the world by storm!

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Dylan Dijan

Dylan Dijan is a bass player of the metalcore band, Farsight, based in Long Island, New York. Playing bass for most of his life, he’s taken in his influences to create a style and sound for himself that both makes him both stand out in the mix and hold it down when he needs to. “People always ask me how I get the sound I have at venues. No matter what I’m using in front of it, Quilter is always the answer.”

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Devon Dijan

Devon Dijan is a guitarist of the metalcore band, Farsight based in Long Island, New York. For a long time he’s been a tube traditionalist, but now using digital modelers, he had to find a power amp to deliver that same sound through a speaker cabinet. “There’s only one solution when it comes to a solid state amp that can deliver tube sound quality and air push; and that’s Quilter.”

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Matt ‘Fish’ Fischetti

Matt ‘Fish’ Fischetti is a guitarist, producer and mixing engineer of the metalcore band, Farsight based in Long Island, New York. Matt believes a great sonic experience is half of the show. “Quilter allows our profiler amps to reach its full potential, creating a full and immersive stage tone, and it makes the digital aspect of the rig not distracting. It trumps the competitors in realism, sonic quality.”

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