We are lucky to be part of such a knowledgeable and dedicated team, working on what we consider to be the best electric guitars and basses around today. We all feel like family and enjoy hanging out socially after work.
Kelli, Sam, Seth, Sean, Andrew, Ashley, Paul, Belen, Christine, Chorla, Dick, Evert, Teye
Teye designs all models, electronics, sounds and art.
He builds and hand-engraves the Masters, and plays ’em too.
Runs the Business side of things; promotional wizzard and organization luminary
Sometimes helps out in the shop
Evert has been passionately promoting music since 1966, was responsible for Blondie’s first #1 hit and has rock’n’roll stories till dawn, at least
The above Dynamic Duo are our directors. And then we have:
Our 3rd Director
The absolute Director of the new workshop and the magical finish lady: Kelli is our official ‘Shipwreck Queen’
The guitars and the guys all know: you don’t mess with Kelli!
Nick-named ‘The Firecracker’, she is the person who gets things done.
She is currently working with us in a multi-functional role.Photo here soon.
Sales Information and Technical Service (Europe)
Dick made a Flying V in the 70’s and instead of a lawsuit, Gibson gave him a job.
CNC genius We’re thrilled to have Andrew on the team! Photo here soon
A true Magician. Sean brings atotal new level of knowledge to the shop and is a dream to work with. Photos soon.
Ex Gibson Custom Shop.
A Golden Find. He combines half a century of experience with a burning passion for our instruments.
Already nick-named ‘The Sponge’, he absorbs the unique knowledge required to work on these very complicated guitars
(a former employee jokingly complained that they are the Rubik Cubes of electric guitars) without a problem. We are lucky to have him.
Engraves, inlays, finishes, assembles
and is a fantastick rock ‘n’ roll singer
Engraves, and stands by Teye in everything.
Here at work in her studio in Sevilla. Plays drums and flamenco-dances…
Jose Antonio Gonzales “Chorla”
He is excited about putting his studies at the Sevilla Acdademy of Bellas Artes, as well as his metalwork training to inspired use.