lenny pey

After a fire destroyed his home in 2009, Lenny Pey moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career in music. He gained fame when he and a friend recorded “The Girl Is Mine”; a video that went viral on YouTube and led to his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2010.

In 2011, Pey wrote “All of My Tomorrows” with Colt Ford, which was released on Ford’s 2012 Declaration of Independence album. The song topped the charts and Lenny received a Billboard #1 Award.

In 2012, Pey signed with Streamsound Records, a label founded by Grammy-award winning producer Byron Gallimore and Jim Wilkes. Pey’s debut music was recorded under a stage name and produced by Byron Gallimore and Tim McGraw. Pey toured with McGraw during the Two Lanes of Freedom Tour and opened for Vanilla Ice in front of 70,000 fans.

His single “Tug of War” will be available on all music platforms this February for streaming and download.


Main Iconic

Lenny rocks a Vintage series 62S with a rosewood board and a classic look. Nitro black, white guard with three vintage style single coil pickups.

Curt’s Personal Specs.

  • Indian Rosewood fretboard (7.25″ – 9.5″ radius)
  • Medium C quartersawn maple neck (.820″ – .890″)
  • 21 Jescar medium jumbo frets
  • 1.625 nut width
  • Select alder body
  • Traditional 6-screws tremolo
  • Lollar Blackface single coils
  • 5-way pickup selector
  • Relic Nitro black
  • Emerson Pro electronics