Jeff Marshall

This is only a tiny portion of Jeffery’s incredible career (and super long bio), and if you don’t already know him here’s your chance. ” Jeff has been a staple of the L.A. music scene for more than 20 years. He left his humble upbringings in Northern Michigan to attend Hollywood’s own Musicians Institute in 1989. Upon graduating, he quickly immersed himself in the local music scene playing in a variety of bands, including Hardware featuring Tod Howarth of Frehley’s Comet, Ted Nugent, and Cheap Trick fame. In 1994 Jeff relocated to Dallas, Texas where he teamed up with alt rockers The Judas Engine and recorded guitars on their self-titled debut Rainmaker Records release. In the late 90’s Jeffery relocated to Southern Ohio playing in various local acts where he further honed his craft as a reputable Blues/Rock guitarist. ” Follow the links below to learn more!

 

Main Iconic

We’ve heard Jeff calling his Iconic “Big Red” which totally fits his bright red 62S in a traditional three single coil configutation.

Since “Big Red” is always on the move, here’s a fun version of the Vintage 62S in Vandal Yellow with some racing stripes!

Jeff’s Personal Specs.

  • Quarter-sawn maple neck
  • Dark rosewood fretboard (7.25″ to 9.5″)
  • Medium C (.830″ – .920″) neck profile
  • 21 Jescar medium jumbo frets
  • 1.625 nut width
  • Select alder body
  • Traditional 6-screws tremolo
  • Lollar pickups
  • 5-way pickup selector
  • Relic Nitro finish
  • Emerson Pro electronics