Artists

Zac Brown Band – http://www.zacbrownband.com – Zac Brown Band may have ten hit singles, two platinum-selling records and countless dedicated fans, but to hear its members talk they’re just getting warmed up. That’s right—after numerous nights in front of packed arenas and amphitheaters, things are just beginning to come together for this accomplished band of brothers, led by one of the most charismatic individuals ever to don a beanie and dominate radio.  You can hear the Para-Dyne 20 combo on the EP , “The Grohl Sessions Volume 1” and several tracks on “Jekyll and Hyde”.

Jimmy Herringhttp://www.jimmyherring.net -Widespread Panic, Col Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Frogwings, Jazz is Dead, Phil Lesh Band, The Other Ones, The Dead. Herring is featured on more than twenty records including Derek Trucks Band and the Allman Brothers, and incredibly has only released two solo records. In 2008, the humble guitarist broke away from working as a sideman with the release of his first solo endeavor Lifeboat (Abstract Logix) and his second CD “Subject to Change without Notice” was released in 2012.  I have to admit that Jimmy is one of my all time favorite guitarists. I’m thrilled to have him on board as an Andrews Amp artist. Jimmy’s amp is a Para-Dyne 50 head.  Widespread Panic Slide Show with Jimmy Playing his Para-Dyne 50

Lefty Williamshttp://www.lefty-music.com – Watching the one-armed Lefty Williams masterfully play the guitar is an unforgettable experience. The Lefty Williams Band has opened for the likes of Gov’t Mule, Tim Reynolds, Little Feat, Jimbo Mathus, Col. Bruce and the Quark Alliance and the Chris Duarte Group. In 2006, Lefty recorded his debut album, Big Plans, produced by John Keane (REM, Widespread Panic, Jimmy Herring).  LWB has subsequently released three more CDs including live performances. Lefty is currently playing a Para-Dyne 50 head. Anyone of the southern soulful rock persuasion should give the LWB band a listen. You will not be disappointed!  Charleston newspaper article.

AJ Ghent – AJ Ghent – AJ Ghent is carrying the instrument, and the soul, of those who came before him –but in a most modern way.  It’s true that the lap steel guitar has been the electrified ghost of Mississippi’s Delta Blues, and the inspiration for the fiery ‘sacred steel’ tradition of Florida’s Pentecostal worship services, for over a century, but when that lap steel is turned on its side and strapped on like a futuristic-looking guitar-shaped rocket ship, the instrument takes on a whole new dimension. AJ is playing a Spectraverb 50 head.

Coy Bowles – CoyBowles.com – Coy Bowles is a member of the Zac Brown Band. He plays guitar and organ for ZBB and writes and arranges music. He also leads his own Atlanta based project, Coy Bowles and The Fellowship, for which he writes all the music and performs lead guitar, piano, organ and lead vocals.  Coy has shared the stage with greats such as Gregg Allman, John Mayer and Jerry Douglas.  He is also a creative writer and founder of a charity foundation called “Coy Cares”.  Coy’s amp is a Para-Dyne 20 combo.

Carl Culpepper- carlculpepper.com You may have seen Carl demonstrating or reviewing various Andrews on Youtube or on our website so you know he is a spectacular player. He also teaches at the Atlanta Institute of Music and is a frequent contributor to the Guitar Breakdown channel  on YouTube where you can find lots of great free guitar lessons!

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