Strings by AtreyuBUY NOW
Atreyu is an American metalcore band from Orange County, California, formed in 1998. The band consists of vocalist Alex Varkatzas, guitarists Dan Jacobs and Travis Miguel, bassist Porter McKnight, and drummer/vocalist Brandon Saller. They have released seven studio albums: Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses (2002), The Curse (2004), A Death-Grip on Yesterday (2006), Lead Sails Paper Anchor (2007), Congregation of the Damned (2009), Long Live (2015), and In Our Wake (2018).
Strings by ChevelleBUY NOW
Pete Loeffler is the lead guitarist and vocalist for the American rock band Chevelle. He formed the band in 1995 with his brother, Sam, and bassist, Joe Loeffler. The band has released eight studio albums, with their most recent, The North Corridor, debuting at number eight on the Billboard 200. Throughout their career, Chevelle has sold over four million albums and has had fourteen singles chart on the Mainstream Rock Tracks.
Strings by Rob ScallonBUY NOW
In 2006, Rob started his YouTube channel as a way to document his musical journey and share his love of music with others. His videos range from instructional guitar lessons to comedic songs and skits, and have amassed a loyal following of over 1 million subscribers.In addition to his YouTube work, Rob is also an in-demand session musician and has played on records by the likes of Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, and Motionless in White. He has also released several solo albums, the most recent of which, First World Problems, came out in 2016. Rob is a passionate educator and an advocate for music education. He regularly gives workshops and clinics on guitar and songwriting, and in 2017 he launched the Scallon School of Music.
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