"Guitars from the 60’s really give the sense that we were inventing something new - not yet shackled by electric guitar conventions. Take that vision and put it with something made and finished extremely well, and you have an Eastwood Guitar - a guitar for non conformists." _Andy Gill, Gang of Four
The Undertones slam-bang punk-pop drew its strength from one simple fact: you didn't need a secret handshake to enjoy it. John and Damian O'Neill mated infectious guitar hooks to '60s garage, '70s glam rock, and Feargal Sharkey's signature vocal quaver. Those qualities came together on their breakout hit "Teenage Kicks," whose simplicity harked back to '60s ideals of when the song was king.
Twenty-five years after "Teenage Kicks" put the Undertones on the map, the pride of Derry seem more ubiquitous than ever.
The Undertones use these Eastwood Guitars :