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Jimmy Herring

Jimmy Herring is currently the lead guitarist in the band Widespread Panic. Herring is a founding member of both Aquarium Rescue Unit and Jazz is Dead. He has also played with the Allman Brothers Band, Project Z, Derek Trucks Band, and had a long and successful tenure with Phil Lesh and Friends, as well as The Dead.

Brent Mason

Brent Mason is one of Nashville's hottest studio recording artists. He's worked with the biggest names in country music. In 2009, Brent was turned on to WGS. Since then, he's replaced all his speakers with WGS. Chances are you've heard a major track played by Brent and recorded on a WGS speaker. His personal favorites are the Green Beret and Veteran 30.

Brain Nutter

Brian Nutter plays for the Keith Urban band. He discovered WGS in Nashville in 2008. His "go to" speakers are the Green Beret and Veteran 30.

"The Veteran 30 sounds amazing in my Marshall 4x12. It made the amp come alive! I have WGS speakers in other amps and cabs as well. They have REALLY made a difference in my tone!"

Alvin Youngblood Hart

Known as a musician's musician, his praises have been sung by everyone from Bob Dylan to guitar gods Eric Clapton & Mick Taylor. Since his 1996 debut recording, the all-acoustic BIG MAMA'S DOOR, Alvin Youngblood Hart has carried his musical message the world over. A devout follower of the "no barriers" approach laid by veteran performers like Gatemouth Brown and the late great Doug Sahm, Alvin continues to defy the so-called purists.

Nicky Moroch

Nicky Moroch has performed with numerous ensembles and appeared on countless recordings, most notably with artists such as Lenny White, David Bowie, and Bill Evans.

Denny Jiosa

Jazz enthusiasts have recognized Denny Jiosa's abilities for some time. His five CD releases and a string of chart-topping singles have earned Denny a steadfast following and 4 Grammy nominations.

Bobby Hebb, writer of the legendary track 'Sunny', stated that Denny's version was "The best version of 'Sunny' out! The only one I like better than mine!"

Dave Marshall

Dave Marshall is in the elite category of world class virtuoso Rock guitar players. Possibly best known for his time as lead guitarist with glam metal artists Vince Neil or Fiona, Dave has also toured the world with Slaughter, Steve Vai, Rod Stewart, and Michael Jackson. Dave’s musicality has garnered him coveted spots as Musical Director on major tours. When not playing, Dave is a highly regarded guitar tech having served a wide array of legendary guitar players like Peter Frampton, James Burton, Eddie VanHalen, Nine Inch Nails and more.

Brad Sample

One of Nashville's most in-demand guitar-slingers, Brad Sample is currently the lead guitarist and musical director for Warner Brothers recording artist William Michael Morgan. Brad is a tremendously versatile player; from hardcore bluegrass with Ricky Skaggs, to the synth pop gods that were The Telecommunicators, to fronting Indy Rock band Run With Bulls. Brad cut his teeth in the CCM world with artists like Kimber Rising and Kerrie Roberts. Brad was Brett Eldredge's lead guitar player for his "Don't Ya" tour and went on to play with Chuck Wicks, Meg Linsey, Michael Ray, Rachel Potter, Levi Hummon, Bryson Jennings, Josh Dorr and many more. He is also currently producing records and working as a session guitar player.

Anton Newcombe

Anton is the driving force of one of the most prolific groups in history, The Brian Jonestown Massacre. On tour and in his studio, Anton uses ET90s and Veteran 10s in his vintage Twin and Super Reverb combos, respectively.

Will McFarlane

Ben McLeod of All Them Witches

Ben is the lead guitarist of Nashville band All Them Witches. Onstage, he uses a Twin Reverb loaded with Blackhawk Alnicos. The guitars on the band's latest album, Sleeping Through the War, were tracked using a Twin through a pair of ET10s.

Jason Soda

Jason Soda plays guitar for Everest, Jakob Dylan and The Watson Twins.

"Ceramic's are kinda blowing my mind right now. I put a G12C in my 59 tweed Deluxe and it gave me more presence than I was getting with the Alnico. The amp was punchier, clearer and had some serious cutting action. I put them in my Ampeg Gemini 1's and they killed (in a good way). I think I'm done now for a while. If you want your small combos to have more headroom, cutting ability and some big machete attitude, The G12C's are the way to go."

Austin Jenkins

Austin is the lead guitarist of the Leon Bridges band, and former lead guitarist of legendary indie rock band, White Denim. On tour with Leon Bridges, he uses a vintage Tweed Deluxe through a WGS G12A AlNiCo.

Jeff McErlain

Brooklyn guitarist Jeff McErlain’s style of blues rock draws from his roots listening to Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Alan Holdworth, Eddie Van Halen, and Michael Schenker. Heavily influenced by classic rock and metal, Jeff soon expanded his musical tastes to the jazz and fusion of Miles Davis and John Coltrane, as well as the classic blues of Howling Wolf and Little Walter.

Jeff has toured and performed with Robben Ford, David Grissom, Matt Schofield, Jimmy Haslip, Toss Panos, Keith Carlock, and others.

Jeff is an in demand instructor and clinician with almost 30 courses with TrueFire, and runs an online classroom, The Juke Joint. He has taught and performed at the Crown Guitar Festival, Bath Guitar Festival, Umbria Blues Festival, National Guitar Workshop, Ruby Mountain Guitar Festival, and Robben Ford’s Traveling Dojo.

Jeff is about to release his latest CD “Now” featuring Robben Ford, who both produced and performed on the record.

"Whether in Two-Rocks or old Marshall, WGS speakers always sound great.”

Corey Congilio

Corey Congilio is a Nashville based touring and session guitarist as well as a popular online guitar instructor.
As a touring guitarist, Corey has performed with David Lee Murphy, Lucie Silvas, Laura Bell Bundy and Danielle Bradbery among others. He’s the author of over 15 instructional guitar courses and continues to generate instructional content for his online platforms.

Chad Lesch

Chad Lesch is the lead guitarist of the rock band Stone Driver which was recently voted as "Best Original Band" by the Washington City Paper for 2018. Stone Driver has shared billings with Vintage Trouble, Smash Mouth, Everclear, Everlast, Living Colour, Bush, and The B-52's. For Stone Driver's high energy blend of rock, grunge, and blues, Chad favors Two-Rock & Soldano amps paired with 2x12 cabs loaded with a WGS Blackhawk HP and WGS12L speaker.

"The WGS12L's full frequency response and muscle combined with the Blackhawk HP's chime and warmth is a sweetheart when you play clean, cuts like a velvet dagger with a little overdrive, and then hits you like a sledgehammer to the chest with some of the rawest and complex tones I've ever heard when gained up. They are an absolute joy and inspiration to play."

Justin Butler

Justin Butler graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2006 with a degree in Music Production and Engineering. Upon graduation, Butler moved to Nashville and is now the lead guitarist for Sara Evans. He has also toured with Pat Green, Trick Pony, Chris Cagle, and Jason Jones. In his spare time, Justin specializes in custom pedal modifications with his company Thru-Tone.

Ira Dean

Ira was the founding member and chief songwriter of Country Mega-Group Trick Pony. He has recorded with Blake Shelton, Jamey Johnson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Hank Williams Jr, Kid Rock, Stevie Wonder. He plays 12 instruments, has been a Grammy nominee, won multiple ACM and AMA awards, played headlining tours all over the US and Europe and is a sought after producer.
He arranged the horns on Hank Williams Jr’s “The Almeria Club Recordings” album. He has written hit songs including Montgomery Gentry’s “One In Every Crowd,” Gary Allan’s “Feeling Like That” and the title cut of Trace Adkins’ “Proud To Be Here” album. Rascal Flatts, Jake Owen, and Chris Young have recorded his songs. Johnny Cash, Ira’s friend and mentor, once dragged him away from a damn good sandwich to sing background vocals with the Carter Family. And as we write this he is producing and writing with Edwin McCain. Wow.

Paul Sayer of the Temperance Movement

Paul Sayer is a member of British Rock and Roll band The Temperance Movement. The band released their debut album in 2012 and have been touring extensively worldwide since. They opened for The Rolling Stones in Europe in the summer of 2014 and their debut US single 'Take It Back is currently in the top 10 in the Rock charts. When not touring with The Temperance Movement Paul plays guitar in Ray Davies (The Kinks) touring band.

Trevor Burton

Trevor Burton was born in Aston, Birmingham. He started playing guitar at a young age and by 1963 was leading his own group called The Everglades. In 1964 he joined Danny King & The Mayfair Set, along with Keith Smart formerly of The Everglades (drums), Roger Harris (keyboards), Denis Ball (Bass) and vocalist King.

Trevor Burton was a founding member of the sixties chart topping band The Move and was initially with them from 1966-1969 and is touring again in 2010 as ‘The Move featuring Trevor Burton & Bev Bevan’ with ‘The Animals and Friends’.

When he left in 1969 he stayed down south with his close friend Steve Winwood; Steve had just formed the band Traffic. Trevor Trevor decided to chill for a while, but soon got the urge to play live again, this has always been his first love. He got in touch with Steve Gibbons with the view to forming a new band, together with Denny Laine formerly with the Moody Blues, and Allen White from The Plastic Ono Band.they formed the band called Balls. After the split with Balls in 1971, Trevor spent the next few years as one of the top session musicians with Island Records. At the request of Raymond Froggatt, Trevor returned to his hometown of Birmingham where he worked with Ray until 1976.

Trevor teamed up once again with his close friend Steve Gibbons to enjoy chart success and top 10 hits with the Steve Gibbons Band. For the next 7 years he toured the world with Steve. He left in 1983 to form his own band playing his unique style of blues. They started performing twice weekly at the Red Lion, Sparkbrook, Birmingham with a line up including sax player Steve Ajao. In 1985 the band recorded an album entitled 'Double Zero'.

He teamed up with Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin as one of the Journeymen Musicians. Then he joined The Big Town Playboys touring the UK and Europe, he performed shows with Noel Reading a friend from the 60s and spent 9 months on the road with Dexies Midnight Runners.

Diarrhea Planet

Diarrhea Planet were a six-piece garage punk band from Nashville, Tennessee, active from 2009-2018. The band comprises singer-guitarist Jordan Smith, guitarist-singer Emmett Miller, guitarist Evan Bird, guitarist-singer Brent Toler, bassist Mike Boyle, and drummer Ian Bush. Diarrhea Planet has described its sound as "pop played through the filter of heavy metal". The guitars on DP's last album, "Turn to Gold", were recorded largely using WGS ET65s.

Damian Murdoch Trio

Damian Murdoch Trio is a fierce experimental expression of Heavy Blues, Rock, Funk, and even Metal. A group that is pulling no punches when it comes to grooving hard, exploring music with no boundaries!! With Australian guitar player Damian Murdoch, Austrian drummer and bass players Michael Posch & Harry Stöckl, DMT are slaying venues across Europe, with a high energy live show that will make you MOVE!!!

Jack Frost

Jack Frost is a heavy metal guitarist, known for his role in bands such as Seven Witches, Speeed, Savatage, Metalium, The Bronx Casket Co. Jack chooses Warehouse Guitar Speakers for his high volume brand of shredding.

Ben Helson

Ben Helson is a Nashville based guitarist who has played with a wide variety of artists including Ricky Skaggs, Bruce Hornsby, Rhonda Vincent, Gene Watson, and is currently on tour with Danielle Bradbery, season 4 winner of The Voice. He recently got turned on to WGS speakers and is using the Reaper and Veteran 30.

Brett Moore & Mike Harris of the Apache Ready

Michael Ford Jr. was a music business major when he met The Apache Relay in a Belmont University dorm. They were already deep into “a very Americana, very rootsy” sound, and before long the band was backing up Ford around campus, and soon everywhere else. Ford Jr. dropped out of college, and the group, which at the time included Mike Harris (guitar, vocals), Brett Moore (keys, guitar, mandolin), Kellen Wenrich (fiddle, keys) gigged relentlessly behind their 2009 debut 1988 and 2011’s breakthrough American Nomad. Midway through their touring in support of American Nomad Ford, Jr’s brother joined the band rounding out the group’s line up and sound. While touring in support of the album The Apache Relay found themselves opening for Mumford & Sons and hitting such festivals as Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Firefly Music Festival, Voodoo Music Experience, among others.

Crazy Aces

Crazy Aces is an instrumental band from Nashville Tennessee with a guitar driven, twangy sound. Guitarists Jeff Senn and Kiwamu Stewart with Alex McCullough on bass, using the 60's sounds of Surf, Go-Go, and Spy music as inspiration, create their own interpretation of a style that evokes rebellion, mystery, and booty shaking fun. Raucous fuzz, throbbing tremolo, vintage reverb, and unrelenting electric guitar riffs combined with pounding tom toms, catchy grooves, and sexy, almost menacing bass lines are combined together to create an experience that while seeming familiar is in fact completely and originally Crazy Aces.

Their two full length releases (Greatest Hits Volume 2 and Surfadelic Spy-a-Go-Go) have received accolades and praise from throughout the Instro music press and the band has been featured in both Guitar Player and Vintage Guitar magazines.

Ken Sarmiento

A musician, consultant, producer, and music teacher, Ken Sarmiento (aka phuzaxeman) was born in Chicago, grew up in a little town in Newbury, OH and currently lives in Houston, TX and plays guitar in the band, Channel K.

As a founding member with brothers Edwin and Edward Casapao, together they created the band PHUZ. In the early 2000's, PHUZ was part of the Lover's Rock Tour with Grammy Artists Sade and India.Arie. PHUZ had also shared stages with other notable artists including: Groove Collective, Blue Man,Group, Alicia Keys, Ryan Adams, Tony Bennett, Alanis Morrissette, K.D. Lang, Sting, and Natalie Merchant to name a few.

Roger Eaton

After years of touring, Roger is now producing & doing session work. Eaton has toured with Barbara Mandrell, Lorrie Morgan, Joe Diffe, Tanya Tucker, and many others. He is also a substitute guitarist in the Grand Ole Opry staff band.

"I have replaced nearly every speaker in my arsenal with WGS & haven't looked back.Thanks Guys!"

Here's an article Premier Guitar did on Roger.

Jamie Harvill

Jamie Harvill runs his own independent publishing company in Nashville, where he has written and recorded several worship classics including Firm Foundation, Because We Believe, Garments of Praise (Revival in Belfast) and My Heart (Already There) for artists like Ron Kenoly, Don Moen, Kim Hill (Focus On the Family), The Motor City Mass Choir, Newsong, Truth, Petra, Promise Keepers, and Jeff and Sheri Easter.

Lew Jetton

Lew Jetton learned The Blues the old fashioned way, in the cotton fields of his native West Tennessee in the 60s and 70s. Along the way, he had two of the best mentors one could have: In the 80s, the legendary Carl Perkins, and in the 90s, the one and only Chicago Blues Legend, Snooky Pryor. Lew Jetton is indeed, the real deal.

Palestine Blues, the new album from Lew Jetton & 61 South is a personally poignant and sometimes brutal memoir of a 10 year period in Jetton's life which included struggles with alcohol, drugs, depression, joblessness, frustration and a spiritual tug of war. Recorded 3 piece for the most part with just Lew on guitar, with bass and drums, so the essence of the songs could show through. No posing. Just the raw feeling, so you really can feel the frustration, the helplessness, the anger, the sadness, that are a way of life for so many today.

Palestine Blues is the 4th CD from Lew Jetton & 61 South to garner rave reviews as well as worldwide radio airplay, including on BB King's Bluesville on Sirius/XM Radio. Palestine Blues follows on the heels of Lew Jetton & 61 South's 2016 release Rain, which spent more than 6 months of the Roots Music Report's Contemporary Blues Chart, finishing #36 in their year end list of all the Top 200 releases. Over the years, Lew Jetton & 61 South have cemented their reputation on the club and festival circuit with their signature, critically acclaimed, Mississippi River Electric Blues sound.

Warren Mendonsa

Warren Mendonsa spent his first 25 years in Mumbai, India. During this time, he was part of rock band Zero, who grew to enjoy nationwide popularity among India's emerging rock scene, especially on the college festival circuit.

In 2004 Warren moved to New Zealand, playing with blues and folk artists like Midge Marsden, Donna Dean and Lorina Harding. During this time he also recorded two instrumental guitar-based solo albums under the moniker Blackstratblues, both which were released as digital-only downloads.

Warren is now back in India, and works as a sessions guitar player and producer/recording engineer. He plays gigs with Blackstratblues as an instrumental trio and with mainstream artists such as Vishal/Shekhar and (Oscar winner) A.R. Rahman.

Marc Eric

Marc's background is truly diverse. From playing lead guitar/producing/arranging/writing/singing on albums and live concerts which include Slash (Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver), Tim Bogert (Jeff Beck), Bruce Kulick (Kiss), Vivian Cambell (DIO, Def Leppard) and Billy Cox (Jimi Hendrix), Damien Horne, Jared Blake (from NBC's "THE VOICE".)

Marc has also produced music for films, which include New Line Cinema's "HIGH ROLLER" starring Michael Imperioli andSteve Schirripa (Soprano’s), which includes Marc's music video for "Yesterdays" on the DVD extras. Marc’s TV credits include songs written for Joan of Arcadia (CBS) and Judging Amy (Song of the Season) (CBS). Other producing credits feature a diverse roster of artists and actors such as Graham Bonnet, Cowboy Troy, Toby Keith Band, and Jeremy London.

Currently he has a hit single he wrote/produced/played guitar on for country superstar CANDY COBURN that is burning up national radio.

Vitali T

A native of Belarus, Vitali began his formal music training under the guidance of widely respected Yuri Dzmitrieu of the Ethno-Trio Troitsa, and “National Artist of Belarus” - Vladimir Tkachenko, a widely admired Belarusian guitarist who is known particularly for his two-hand tapping technique. Due to his exposure to the two-hand tapping technique, Vitali began to incorporate it into his own style of playing. Following his experience Vitali went on to study guitar and music on a University level at the Institute of Modern Knowledge. Instead of starting his career as a full-time professional musician, as many before him have done, Vitali moved out of his hometown to learn more about the study of music and guitar. In 2006, Vitali transitioned out of Belarus and into the United States in order to study guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music (AIM). At AIM, Vitali’s focus and diligent study ethics led to his graduation as an honor student. Vitali assembles diverse elements in a way that feels natural. He pays homage to his musical roots while pushing beyond those sometimes limited boundaries, taking us on a delightful musical journey. His approach to rock fusion music is invigorating. He gives equal attention to playing, composing, and writing, choosing songs that embrace both traditional and modern sounds. In 2009, Vitali released a single “Fly Away”, and in July 2011 Vitali released his debut solo record “Sides”. In 2011 as author Vitali released book “Modern Scales Concepts” (Atlanta Institute of Music & VTP Publishing). Vitali continues as a guitar program faculty member at Atlanta Institute of Music, and also spends time performing with the jazz guitar duet “Atl City Jazz”.

Anar Isayev

Music has always been a huge part of Anar's life. He was born and raised in Baku, Azerbaijan, a small town by the Caspian Sea. Since his childhood he's been exposed to a wide variety of music including the ancient Azeri style of music - 'Mugham'. At the time he turned 19 in 1997 Anar signed his first professional contract with a classical quartet and toured all around Turkey. After touring, Anar came home to join the rock band 'Coldunya', nationally recognized by the Azerbaijan National Prize Committee "Grand" as one of the best bands in Azerbaijan. With 'Coldunya' Anar recorded and aired a new single and video "If I would know...", and also co-wrote the popular single "Josephine" which also was regularly aired by 106-FM.

In September of 2000 Anar moved to Los Angeles, CA to attend the world renowned Musicians Institute where he has studied with his favorite guitarists: Scott Henderson, Robben Ford, Marty Friedman, George Lynch, Joe Diorio and Larry Carlton, just to name a few. After graduation from Musicians Institute in 2004, Anar played in various bands and for the past 3 years he toured the Southeast US with Mighty McFly playing about 250 shows a year. Since July of 2008 Anar is a proud staff member at the Atlanta Institute of Music where he teaches courses covering scales and improvisation, acousic/classical guitar and Live Sound Perfomance from beginning to advanced levels along with private instruction.

Anar's main influences are rooted in Rock music but he also likes to mix different styles and genres to his music such as: Flamenco, Country, Mugham, Metal and Jazz.

Tim Galloway

Tim Galloway is an established and highly sought after electric and acoustic guitarist in Nashville. Galloway is currently touring with MCA artist Gary Allan among others.

Originally from North Carolina, Galloway moved to Nashville in 2006 and immediately began working for artists such as Andy Griggs, Danielle Peck, Luke Bryan, Josh Turner, Love and Theft, Heidi Newfield, Brett Eldredge, Mark Wills, Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates, Jake Owen, and Gary Allan. He joined Jason Michael Carroll’s touring band in 2006. After three years with Carroll, Galloway left to become lead guitarist and band leader for Josh Turner in September 2009. In 2011, he joined with Jake Owen for Keith Urban's “Get Closer tour.” For 2012, he joined Gary Allan headlining the “Country Throwdown Tour.” His performances can be seen on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) , The Jimmy Kimmel Show (ABC), The Today Show (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), and The Grand Ole Opry Live (GAC).

As one of the new breed of session players in Nashville, Galloway works for various producers and songwriters. He has also scored a Top 5 Billboard hit as co-writer of Jason Michael Carroll’s “Livin’ Our Love Song.”

Jerry Solon Smith

Jerry Solon Smith plays guitar and keyboards with the Johnny Hiland Band. Not only is he an incredible musician and an all around great guy, but he's also from western Kentucky!

Tim Thompson

International Fingerstyle Guitar champion Tim Thompson layers intricate melodies, chords, and textures with his acoustic and electric guitars. He has been featured in Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine, Taylor Guitars Wood and Steel Magazine, and Just Jazz Guitar Magazine.

Chris Butler

Chris Butler is a Nashville based guitar player who stays busy playing for numerous different artists, and uses nothing but Warehouse Guitar Speakers. "WGS are tonally the best speakers I have found in my years of playing, and in my search for the 'Perfect Tone' that we are all after. I recommend WGS to every guitar player.” Chris says.

To keep up with Chris Butler, follow him on Twitter @ChrisButler733 and Instagram @ChrisButler733 , and be sure to check out his website to see where Chris is performing next.

Chris Troxell

Chris is a versatile player and educator who graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Before moving to Boston to attend Berklee he graduated the from the Musicians Institute with an Associates in Performance. He has also studied with pro’s like Scott Henderson, Steve Kimock, Keith Wyatt, Alan Hinds, Al Bonhomme, Jake Eckert, Dale Turner, Dave Tronzo, Dan Bowden, and Jim Kelly to name a few. He is currently performing full time with his band, Cover Story Entertainment.

Man Overboard

New Jersey-based emo-pop players Man Overboard carry the flame of melodic, energetic, hardcore-influenced Garden State bands like Lifetime and Midtown. Founded in 2008 by childhood friends Nik Bruzzese (vocals/bass) and Wayne Wildrick (guitar), the pair began writing at Bruzzese's studio, bringing Zac Eiestenstein (vocals/guitar) and Justin Mondschein (drums) into the fold to record debut EP Hung Up on Nothing. Signing to Run for Cover the following year, the band offered a second EP, Dahlia. In 2010, Man Overboard fired on all cylinders, releasing the acoustic EP Noise from Upstairs as well as studio album debut Real Talkand a self-released live recording. The band also faced lineup changes that year -- Wildrick left the band for personal reasons and Justin Collier filled in on guitar duty, making way for new drummer Mike Hrycenko -- but came back big by joining the Rise Records roster. By spring 2011, Wildrick rejoined the band, as they recorded a self-titled sophomore album and hit the road on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead tour alongside New Found Glory that fall. Adding to the momentum, Man Overboard, released that September, landed on the Billboard 200, Top Hard Rock Albums, and Top Independent Albums charts. Drummer Joe Talarico replaced Hrycenko for the group's third album, Heart Attack, which was released in 2013 also debuted as #46 on the Billboard 200 and #7 on the Independent Record label charts. The band has toured relentlessly, doing The Vans Warped Tour 2 years in a row, Russia, UK, Europe, Canada, and gearing up for a major US tour this Fall, along with Warped Australia, SouthEast Asia, Japan, and Hawaii.