Jeff Marshall

Photo: Julie Handleman
Jeff Marshall is an alumnus of Musicians Institute’s class of 1989 and has toured with artists such as Alan Parsons, American Idol runner-up Bo Bice, and former “Best New Jazz Artist” nominee Lao Tizer, as well as various Nashville artists and has shared the stage with the likes of Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw and Dwight Yoakum, to name a few. Jeff has produced and recorded countless sessions for numerous artists across multiple music genres for the past 20 years. Jeff stays busy performing with his blues band Bleeding Harp, composing music for the Discovery Network, recording solo material, and teaching every style of popular music from rock to country, jazz, and blues.
Jeff has been a member of the MI faculty since 2006 and can be found teaching Core Guitar Classes, Private Lessons, and Open Counseling.
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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