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Rick and Mark del Castillo
Tom Dumont
Dominque Favez & Tony Castell
Ross Feratu
Gerry Fisher
Comron Fouladi
Chuck Goff
Doug "Dirt" Greenfield
Trey Henry
John Hiatt
Bones Hillman
Tyler Jackson
Josh Jaiman
Doug Johns
Ben Jordan
Tony King
Mark Kroos
Justin Kudding
Kai Kurosawa
Michael “Kim” Lesaca
Aaron Lewis
Steuart Liebig
Randy Lopez
Leo Lyons
Matt McKenzie
Stew McKinsey
Dennis Michaels
Maurilio Mina
Monte Montgomery
Rich Moore
Dante "D-Man" Nolen
Brian Patterson
Rory Pearse
Joe Pettengill
David Piggott
Kirk Powers
Chuck Rainey
Matt Roberts
Mark Robertson
Steve Rodby
Mike Scott
Chris Serafini
Alenjandro Serravalle
Kennan Shaw
Sam Sims
Kevin Smith
Robert "JJ" Smith
Michael Spriggs
Jon Squires
Daryl Stuermer
Donny Tesso
Dywane "MonoNeon" Thomas Jr.
Hank Van Sickle

Michael Spriggs
Michael Spriggs   
Michael Spriggs was born in Sussex, England October 3, 1948 and was formally educated in England, The Isle of Man, and Canada. He attended Niagara University, majoring in Composition and Music Theory.

Michael started his professional career in Buffalo N.Y. when he was 14 playing with a popular local rock band The Rogues for eight years. The Rogues eventually released three singles and played thousands of shows in the NY state area. Michael was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame in 2004.

He moved to Nashville in 1971 and played lead guitar for Eddie Rabbitt for six years. He played guitar on Rabbitt’s first four albums and received a Naras Super Picker Award in 1979 for the following Rabbitt #1 singles: “Rocky Mountain Music”, “I Can’t Help Myself”, “You Don’t Love Me Anymore”, and “Hearts On Fire”. He played on a total of eleven number one songs for Eddie Rabbitt.

He has played on over 5000 live, radio, and televised shows which include: The Today Show, Jay Leno, Ellen, NPT Sound Stage, Music City Tonight, NPT Great Performances, NPR Echoes and Hearts of Space, Solid Gold, Midnight Special, Johnny Carson, Hee-Haw, Grand Ole Opry, That Nashville Music, Jerry Lewis Telethon, The Osmond Show, Disney World T. V. Show, On Stage, Pop Goes The Country, Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, Charlie Daniels’ Volunteer Jam, Farm Aid, CMT, VH1. Toured with Trisha Yearwood in 2005.

Michael has been an A String session player in Nashville since 1972 to present and works with hundreds of engineers, writers, session players and artists annually. He has been featured in Guitar Player Magazine, Taylor Wood and Steel twice, and the Peavey Monitor three times and Finger Style Guitar in 2010. Please visit for a complete discography of albums and artist's Michael's played for.

He has released three solo album's, "Without Words" on Agnes Records distributed by Narada Music Design. One cut off the CD is featured on the the new Windham Hill release Sounds Of Wood And Steel: Volume 3. "Neurasenia" which went to #1 on the NPR's Echoe's charts and yet a third album "Sonic Venue" released in 2010. Currently Michael is working on a fourth solo CD "Sensorium" and continuing his busy studio schedule.

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What do I like about my trustee Genz Benz Shen 300 and Compak acoustic amps? How about rock solid dependability, absolutely pristine sonic purity, total versatility, enough power and volume to intimidate any electric player not to mention eye grabbing good looks....what do I like?
Everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's why they’re here!!!!!


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