"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
Echo & the Bunnymen
Echo & the Bunnymen features vocalist Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant on guitar. Heaven Up Here (1981) became their first U.K. Top Ten album.
Next, Porcupine appeared, becoming the band's biggest hit at number two in UK and launching the Top Ten single "The Cutter." "The Killing Moon" became the group's second Top Ten hit at the beginning of 1984.
Will Sergeant uses these Eastwood Guitars :