Tracy Lawrence

“I have been a country music recording artist for almost 25 years. I played with my first live band at the age of 14. I’ve toured around the world and have had played live for millions of fans. Over the years I have had the opportunity to play a lot of acoustic guitars. Basically, every major brand and quite a few obscure ones. Even a few handmade one of a kinds. The first time I picked up a McPherson I knew it was something very different and very special. It is by far the most balanced that I have ever touched. All the way up the neck, it’s tone and intonation are impeccable. Whether you’re plugged in using the pickup or using a microphone in the studio; the tone is amazing. I have a lot of guitars in my collection and I love them all for different reasons. But, the McPherson has quickly become my favorite. Pick one up. Feel it, touch it, play it and you’ll see what I’m talking about.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Tracy Lawrence in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Phillip Sweet

Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist and member of the multi-award nominated group Little Big Town.

“My McPherson feels like it was made just for me! The first moment that I put one in my hands, it responded with an emphatic resonance unlike anything I’ve ever heard before or since. The intonation is incredible and the tones of each signature wood combination are truly some of the most beautiful on the planet. I hear fellow musicians talk about how great they sound in the studio, but after putting my McPhersons through some very intense road conditions over the last five years, they sound richer and sweeter. There isn’t a show we play where someone whether a fan crewmember or musician comments on the unique quality of these amazing instruments. You guys have created something very special The care and attention you have put into these guitars can be felt every time I play one. People will be playing or talking about McPherson for many many years to come and hopefully for generations to come as well.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Phillip Sweet in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Jake Owen

“McPherson Guitars are unmatched when it comes to tone and quality. Whether I’m playing a stadium or an acoustic set, I plug in and smile as the front of house guy does also. Thanks McPherson for the consistent quality and amazing sound.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Jake Owen in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Jeremy Camp

BEC Recordings’ GRAMMY and two-time American Music Award nominated artist Jeremy Camp has established himself with these landmark accolades: Four RIAA Gold-selling studio albums including his debut album; One RIAA Multi-Platinum long-form video; 19 No. 1 Radio Hits across all formats; GRAMMY nominated project for his last studio album.

“I am so incredibly honored and humbled to get to make music that honors God and encourages others. I am thankful for my incredible relationship with McPherson guitars, and their steadfast support in what I do by providing the greatest guitars in the world, I’m challenged to make the best music I possibly can. I love playing my McPherson for its terrific sound, the solid feel of the neck and body, and its beautiful look. Its hand made quality is unreal and delivers consistency. I even feel that it helps me reach my audience better as I perform, write or record. McPherson’s focus on making the highest quality guitar provides me with one of the absolute best tools I can get my hands on for making music.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Jeremy Camp in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Keith Harkin

Singer/songwriter/guitarist from Derry, Northern Ireland.

“Keith Harkin has been singing since he was 4 years old. Harkin played the lead in BBCs “Dha Theanga” (2006). Harkin has his own album in the works. Keith is currently on tour with Celtic Thunder.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Keith Harkin in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Juan John De Hoyos

Juan John (Juan Eduardo DE Hoyos) started playing guitar at the age of thirteen when he pulled his first guitar out of a dumpster in Phoenix, Arizona. On that discarded, broken instrument, Juan John taught himself to play Ozzy Osbourne’s “Diary of a Madman” on the three remaining strings.

After years of constant practice (eventually with six strings) he became heavily involved in the San Francisco blues scene and, by the age of eighteen, was opening for west coast mainstays like Clarence Gatemouth Brown and Robben Ford.

Deciding that he could move his career along faster with a move to Los Angeles, Juan John soon became involved in network television and feature film soundtracks, composing music on guitar, bass and banjo for projects including Universal’s Spiderman 3, HDNet’s Dan Rather Reports, Animal Planet’s If I Ran a Zoo and Agora Entertainment’s The Final.

During this time, John became enamored with the acoustic guitar and began touring the U.S. and many foreign countries honing his skills as a solo acoustic entertainer, garnering accolades wherever he performed. In 2007, John became one of the the only artists ever to perform for the American Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan while working with journalist Dan Rather. He continues touring to this day, recently opening for acts like Grammy-winning, legendary flatpicker David Grier, Charlie Daniels, Eric Church, Lee Brice, and many more.

Recently, John also finished recording for his forthcoming CD, Wound Tight and Wired, with legendary producer Michael Wagener, known for working with iconic acts such as Queen, Alice Cooper, Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne among many others. After they finished recording, Wagener is quoted on his site as saying “John De Hoyos is an amazing player. It was a pure pleasure to record him.

Get to know McPherson Artist Juan John De Hoyos in this “Artist Profile” video.

Florida Georgia Line

“I’ve always loved McPherson guitars. The quality and sound is like no other guitar I’ve ever played.”

Get to know McPherson Artist Florida Georgia Line in the “Artist of the Month” video.

Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell is a proud reminder of one of country’s strongest creative periods, building on the early-’90s legacy established by some of the genre’s most successful figures: Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Clint Black and Travis Tritt. The Georgia-bred Campbell was introduced with a five-song EP that landed in the Top 20 on iTunes. His self-titled debut album expands on the central themes of his life-family, friends, purpose and self-determination-with a bundle of self-written songs, all delivered with the force and conviction of someone who’s lived every sentiment in every word.

Get to know McPherson Artist Craig Campbell in the “Artist of the Month” video.
Close Models