Steve Brown is one of our most enthusiastic Learn Guitars endorsers. The guitar you see here is the model known as the Dirty Bird and Steve has toured all over the world and across TV land with it strapped to his side. Check out this awesome gallery of images!
Mike painted a blue and white bass for Rick Savage of Def Leppard. He was on a special charity tour and at some point the bass was given away to one lucky person. This guitar is a collaborative effort on the part Mike and Jake from Willoughby Music. This custom painted Jackson PC1 was hand […]Read More
Mike was commissioned to do a run of 6 She-Zombies for the Jackson Custom Shop. He used some famous models with sinister smiles to come up with this run of 6 lovely ladies that we affectionately call: AleronBellatrixCordeliaDrusillaEsmereldaFelicia One Guitar Center picked up the entire set and created an ad to sell them. Pretty neat […]Read More
This series of guitars was featured at the prestigious NAMM show in the Jackson booth! Mike was asked to portray the “7 Deadly Sins” on 7 guitars and the series was one of the spotlights at the show. Check these out: Envy, Gluttony, Greed , Lust, Pride, Sloth, and Wrath. Can you spot which is […]Read More
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This Jackson King V came to us with 2 layers of paint (2 completely different paint jobs!). Mike stripped it down and did this awesome interpretation of the classic childhood bedtime book – “Where the Wild Things Are” Thank you to JB for being a great repeat customer!
This beauty has just been finished for a repeat customer – Chris from Arizona. He told Mike do whatever he wanted, so he took this opportunity to take an iPad “Finkin’ Out Loud” session to extensive brushwork on a guitar.
Nearly 3 decades ago, I was honored with my first paint job being featured in Easyrider’s Magazine. Bill Legler’s “Betty” was picked up for a feature at the Columbus Show. Killer Pan.
Classes are Feb 6-10 in sunny Orlando, FL. We will be assembling and painting a custom Razor Dimebag Tribute guitar. All information can be found at Airbrushartcircus.com