Guitar Leslie Artists
The G37/G27 Guitar Leslie is one of the most unique products we have ever introduced.
The Artists here have come to rely on the G27/G37 for their distinctive voice.
Mick Hayes Band/Affiliation: Mick Hayes Band Product: Studio 12, Leslie Pedal Performing and recording for over 25 years, Mick Hayes is the living example of what Contemporary Blues and Soul sounds like today. With extraordinary guitar playing, powerful vocals and a dynamic presence on stage Mick and his band create a bigger fan base each […]Learn More
SLASH Product: Leslie Pedal “It’s been an interesting road from the mid 90s up until now,” says Slash. “I never stopped to think, ‘What am I gonna to do in the long term?’ Or ruminated on my solo career, where it was heading. I’ve just been jamming around, going wherever the muse has taken me. […]Learn More
HeXx Henderson Band:Sons Of Neon Product:Leslie Pedal HeXx Henderson’s musical influences include rock guitar heroes like Jimi Hendrix, Ritchie Blackmore, Roy Buchanan, Jeff Beck, The Ventures, and Lonny Mack. Great Lap Steel Guitar players like Leon McAuliffe, Santo and Johnny, Buddy Emmons, Alvino Rey, and Little Roy Wiggins, pioneering lap steel Blues players Hop Wilson […]Learn More
Dave Amato REO SPEEDWAGON Leslie Pedal Dave hails from the East Coast, born and raised in the Boston, Massachusetts area.At age 11 he put his first band together. Later one of his first gigging bands was called “Dave and the Essex”. He was in several bands as a teenager. Early bands included “The Aftermath”, “Ice” […]Learn More
Robert Randolph Robert Randolph & The Family Band Robert Plays:Leslie Pedal DUDES… THIS IS THE BEST HANDSDOWN PEDAL OF ITS KIND!! WOW! Frontman Robert Randolph was trained as a pedal steel guitarist in the House of God Church and makes prominent use of the instrument in the band’s music. The instrument is referred to in […]Learn More
Frankie Sullivan Survivor Frankie Plays:Leslie G37 and Leslie Pedal ‘when there’s magic in the music’ Guitar was and will always be Frankie’s first love. “I was about 13 years old when I began seriously listening to music—and that happened to be the era of great guitar music: Cream, Led Zepplin, Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles’ John […]Learn More
Anthony Gomes Canadian-born guitarist, singer, and songwriter Anthony Gomes is a critically acclaimed chart-topping artist who plays a style of modern electric blues that incorporates elements of rock, soul, R&B, and country. Born in 1975 in Toronto, Canada, to a Portuguese father and a Canadian mother, he began playing guitar in his early teens and […]Learn More
Jimmy Herring Jimmy Herring was born on January 22, 1962, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Although he played saxophone in the high school band, he quickly became known for his prodigious talent on guitar, which he had begun playing when he was 13. Herring was the original lead guitarist of the seminal jam band group Col. […]Learn More
Chuck Jonkey Band/Affliation: Sonic Safari Music Product: Guitar Leslie Chuck Jonkey is an adventurer/composer/musician/filmmaker who transforms his wild experiences into sound, music and film. Chuck’s exotic adventures have taken him to the furthest reaches of primitive worlds. Referred to as an “ethnomusicianthropologist” Chuck travels around the world in search of adventure among the world’s most […]Learn More
Jim Peterik Jim Peterik (born November 11, 1950 Berwyn, Illinois) is an American musician and songwriter. Jim is best known as vocalist and songwriter of the hit song “Vehicle” by The Ides of March. He is also one of the founders of the band Survivor, co-writing all their hits, including the anthem “Eye of the […]Learn More
George Terry George Terry is an American blues rock and rock and roll guitarist known for his live and studio work with Eric Clapton during the 1970s and studio work with a long list of artists. Prior to joining Clapton’s band, George was already a well-known South Florida guitarist and session musician and had played […]Learn More