"Guitars from the 60’s really give the sense that we were inventing something new - not yet shackled by electric guitar conventions. Take that vision and put it with something made and finished extremely well, and you have an Eastwood Guitar - a guitar for non conformists." _Andy Gill, Gang of Four
One of Britain's most versatile session guitarists, Chris Spedding had a long career on two continents that saw him tackle nearly every style of rock & roll to come down the pike, as well as sporadically attempting a solo career.
Over the '80s and '90s, Spedding -- who was frequently compared to Mark Knopfler as a guitarist and recording artist -- continued his session work on such albums as Tom Waits' Rain Dogs, while periodically releasing solo material .
He subsequently worked with the likes of Paul McCartney and Bono from U2, among many other world-class performers.
Chris Spedding uses these Eastwood Guitars :