"As a 12 year old, I was blown away by the exotic designs of Wandré, Hopf, and Teisco. They embodied the electrical essence of rock n' roll. Magically, my Eastwood Guitars remind me of just how I felt outside a music shop back in the early '60's, and confirm just why I fell in love with electric guitars in the first place." _Bill Nelson
Led by Helena, MT, native Colin Meloy, Portland, OR's the Decemberists craft theatrical, hyper-literate pop songs that draw heavily from late-'60s British folk acts like Fairport Convention and Pentangle and the early-'80s college rock grandeur of the Waterboys and R.E.M.
The group, which consisted of Meloy, Conlee, Query, Funk, and drummer John Moen, made the move to the major leagues by signing with Capitol Records in advance of 2006's The Crane Wife, which managed to hit number 35 on the Billboard 200.
The Decemberists use these Eastwood Guitars :