Artists

Tyler Demorest – NEW LANGUAGE

Tyler Demorest plays a custom one of a kind Voyager featuring a transparent black finish on both the body and neck, with black and gold hardware, McNelly Jazzmaster pickups, and a Mastery bridge and tremolo combination. Perfect for the fast hard hitting sound of his band. NEW LANGUAGE made their debut performance in April 2016 to a sold out crowd as direct support to Gone Is Gone (Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, At The Drive-In) in Los Angeles, CA and then went on to be direct support to THE USED on their 15 Year Anniversary Tour across the US.

Bryan Sammis – La Bouquet

Bryan Sammis plays a custom Voyager with a retro 1950’s pink and chrome theme. On the 12th fret is a custom inlay of a rose made from Red Coral and Imperial Jade, the rose is the symbol for his band. La Bouquet is the brain child of Bryan Sammis (Formerly Olivver the Kid and ex-drummer of The Neighbourhood) and Jake Lopez (Ex- Sink Swim) and brings a great sound to the table with some noticeable 1980’s post-punk pop influence.

Lawrence William IV – Haley Kiyoko

Lawrence plays a custom Voyager with strat style pickups and electronics, cream finish, pearloid pickguard, bigsby tremolo, and an ebony fingerboard with custom white mother of pearl triangle inlays on the 5th and 12th frets. 

Haley Kiyoko

Hayley plays a custom made, left handed, T-style guitar with a transparent butterscotch finish, McNelly Alnico 5 Tele pickups, and a custom panda inlay on the 12th fret. Her pop music project is inspired by the struggles the LGBTQ community endures in the 21st century, and speaks of the way she deals with these struggles and what others can do to help themselves. She has become an inspiration to others inside and outside of the LGBTQ community through her music.

Jonny Vesely – PJKTS

Jonny plays a fiesta red Voyager with some amazing sounding 46/58 Jazzmaster pickups handwound by McNelly Pickups, tune-o-matic bridge with stop tailpiece, and a tortoise shell pickguard. His band, PJKTS (Paper Jackets), emerges from the LA indie pop scene with an electrifying, synthpop sound and is performed by:Emily Dickinson on keyboard, Jonny Vesely on guitar, Miles Franco on bass and Michael Diguglielmoon drums. Affected by artists such as Sky Ferreira, BØRNS, HAIM, Father John Misty, and Walk the Moon, PJKTS offers today’s pop listener a fist full of glitter amid the layers oftheir pop inspired sound,memorable hooks and catchy phrases from start to finish.

Zack Greenwald – Givers and Takers

Zack plays a custom made semi-hollow J-style guitar with a beautiful brown stain finish, bigsby tremolo, and custom wound McNelly humbuckers on bobbins that match the vintage cream binding on the guitar. Alternative bliss-rock four piece, Givers & Takers, are a distinct addition to the current musical landscape. The group’s heavy yet soulful sound is built upon rich layers, captivating melodies, and powerful vocals.

Casey Crescenzo – The Dear Hunter

Casey is seen here playing the Jennings Guitars “Yellecaster” made with a mahogany neck, maple fretboard, and pine body with a bright yellow stain and nitrocellulose clear coat finish. Casey is the frontman in the band The Dear Hunter which is an American progressive rock band originating in Providence, Rhode Island. It began as a side project of Casey  when he was a member of The Receiving End of Sirens, before becoming his main band in 2006. The band’s sound features a wide variety of instruments and styles.