"As a 12 year old, I was blown away by the exotic designs of Wandré, Hopf, and Teisco. They embodied the electrical essence of rock n' roll. Magically, my Eastwood Guitars remind me of just how I felt outside a music shop back in the early '60's, and confirm just why I fell in love with electric guitars in the first place." _Bill Nelson
During the last dark days of Nirvana in 1994, tapes of Dave Grohl’s solo demos circulated among alt rock royalty -- Greg Dulli commented positively about them in more than one place -- but it never seemed that these home-made tapes would be the origin of one of the biggest modern rock bands of the post-grunge era.
As it turns out, that’s exactly what Grohl’s Foo Fighters became, perhaps the one band of the alt rock revolution to continually have success on the charts and in the stadiums without a dip in popularity.
Foo Fighters use these Eastwood Guitars :