George is part of an upcoming wave of fresh, pioneering guitar players, introducing new approaches to guitar playing and guitar music. George moved to Leeds UK in 2007 and obtained his Bachelors of Music in performance with distinction in 2010 studying with Fusion-Jazz Guitar Experts Ulrich Elbracht and Tom Quayle.
He released his first album in 2009 and became a “Guitar Idol” finalist the same year. George also released his first instructional DVD with Lick Library under the title “Contemporary Lines for Electric Guitar”.
He’s been a working musician since the early days of University doing a vast number of session work for EMI, Animal Farm records, as well as musical theatre (Bollywood), working alongside the incredible producer and tabla virtuoso Bhupinder Singh Chaggar as well as the famous Indian music composer Girish Ghophalakhrisnan.
George has done a number of Guitar Clinics in Europe and the UK. He Moved to London in August 2012 and is Currently working as a gigging guitarist and performer, as well as a studio session musician all around London and he is also releasing his second instructional DVD with lick library, as well as his second solo record. In November of 2012 George became an endorser for Zivory Custom Guitars. In January of 2013 George came on board to endorse Bryan Jeppson's Hand-Wound Pickups.
Composer, musician, and bass player extraordinaire, Marc Wallace combines the virtuosity of Victor Wooten with the mad frenetic energy of Les Claypool to create music that is both technically breathtaking and yet instantly rewarding.
Seamlessly blending rhythmically intense slap-and-pop style bass notes with tapped and plucked melodies in grooves that are beautifully gratifying, Marc is a bass player’s bass player – a true virtuoso.
Few players can go from shredding through a Paganini composition he’s adapted for bass one minute, and then pump his way through a crazy funk original the next, but for Marc Wallace, it’s as natural as breathing. Marc is also a part-time luthier who builds his own bass amps, so naturally he’s a stickler for tone.
After months of collaborative efforts, the Enola pickup was born to satisfy his desires for a pickup that could combine the growl of a humbucker with the clarity of a single coil.
It’s Only Forever! - Silence The Fall (2004-2005)
Four Years Later - Solo Album (2006)
The Funkyrunner - 2nd Solo Album (2012)
You can hears tracks from Marc’s latest album at
Groove is at the heart of Antar Goodwin’s playing. This fact has made him one of New York’s first call players. Equally comfortable in the studio and on the stage, he has played electric and acoustic bass on many of NYC’s best stages.Born in Philly, bassist and composer Antar Goodwin spent the early part of his life moving with his family.
He had a desire to play that showed at a very early age. By the age of five, he was playing drums, and by seven piano and classical violinWhen asked how he got started in music Antar states that “music started in me”. His earliest memories are of plunking out melodies on his family’s worn out piano or beating out rhythms on chairs. His first set of drums was purchased after his parents realized that a used drum set was cheaper than new chairs.
By the time he was in his teens he traded in his violin and was playing bass, piano and beginning to write songs.Already a Berklee College of Music alum,
Antar next received a scholarship to study at Kripalu, in Lenox MA. Here he met an older fellow traveler who had a measure of success in the music industry, but had become disillusioned with the direction in which he saw his career going. The two became instant friends.
Antar spent the next sixty days listening to stories and absorbing musical concepts. It was his new mentor that gave him his first acoustic bass, and even more importantly, the conceptual foundation that would shape his sound for years to come.The next experience would prompt him to start his own group.
While in rehearsal with Abbey Lincoln, she pulled him aside and told him that he "was jazz, past and present and future" and that he "had all that [he] needed to be great, [he] just had to let it out.
Sting Mize Ezina LeBlanc
Lauren Hill Tutu PJ Cotroneo
Abbey Lincoln Jae Paris Big Nancy
Ruth Brown Lee Hogans Johnny Allen
Matisyahu Mark D. Conklin Pursuance
Nine Days Soul Cycle Mean Venus
Patty Smythe Mo'Soul Spoonfed Soul
Myleka Last Tribe Rhoda
Glen Burtnic Loose Booty Lee Stone
Nikojo Saria Idana Keith
Sharon Jones Kareem Walkes Marks
Sarina Bridgette Bach
There are several professional musicians around the world playing exclusively our pickups. We have chosen our endorsers though in the exact same way the have chosen us. We didn't go for the most popular or the most famous people as this is not, nor will it ever be our criteria to choose our endorsers. We simply went for the very best players exactly the same way they just went for the very best pickups! We strongly believe that musicianship is subject to talent, feel and ability...