Grammy Award Winning recording artist Redd Volkaert
is a big fan of O.C. Duff Pickups and uses them in his main Tele's. He prefers a Plankster and Big Boy Tele combination, for their fat power and clarity.http://www.reddvolkaert.net
After winning the 2010 the CMAA for Best Group, Australian Independent Artist of the Year, Australian Independent Album of the Year for their album Life At A Million Miles and Australian Independent Group/Duo of the Year, Jetty Road (featuring Lee and Paula Bowman, Julian Sammut and Simon Ross) is now being touted as one of Australia's hottest country acts. The past few years has seen Jetty Road focus their attention on the international scene, with great success, touring to Canada, the U.S. and Europe, and sharing stages with some of the world's biggest names in Country Music (Brooks and Dunn, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney).
Jetty Road clip - 'Let it Out' guitar solo
One of my favorite Telecaster players, Scotty Anderson
, has begun using O.C. Duff Pickups. This is a big thrill for me, as his mastery of the guitar is simply legendary and his licks are some of the most tasteful around. Check out his website and pick up his albums
and see for yourself why his name is often mentioned alongside greats like Chet Atkins, Hank Garland, and Danny Gatton.
was raised in the small town of McLeansville, NC. Shawn has been playing country and rock for many years. In the past he has worked stages playing guitar with Terri Clark, Lonestar, and Sister Hazel. He is a proud user and supporter of O.C. Duff Pickups.
is Vancouver's best kept secret. This blazing Tele player has studied with country greats Will Ray and Johnny Hiland and is constantly in high demand for live and studio work. Sam is a user and supporter of O.C. Duff Pickups.
International performer, writer, and studio musician - Jay Leonard Juatco
- works with some of the top artist in the Hong Kong Music scene as well as locally in his home in Vancouver, BC. A collaborator with HK pop artists Jun Kung and Sandy Lam as well as Canadian reggae artists Redeye Empire and soul musician Warren Dean Flandez, Jay also produces ad music for clients such as Kyocera and AIG. His personal project, the Airtights, is also considered one the most in-demand rhythms section in the Vancouver Area.
Atlanta guitarist, Micah Cadwell, is at home at a Jazz Club or a Honkey Tonk. His style draws from a broad and eclectic range of influences
including Johnny Smith, Barney Kessel, Jimmy Bryant, Tiny Moore, and Don
Helms. When he is not teaching, he is active in recording and works with
numerous local musicians on a variety of projects. Check out his latest
Americana project at honawolf.bandcamp.com
and stay tuned for his upcoming
release later this year.