MTD Rubicon Emerging Artists

 

Wendell B Floyd

Wendell B Floyd

"I am a left-handed player and I enjoy the comfortability of the MTD Rubicon 624 and because of this, I am able to easily adjust to flow my chords. The upgraded Bartolini pickups enhanced this guitar in such a way that provides endless tone capabilities, it is aggressive and sweet and suited to fit every scope necessary to accomplish my desired sound.  My converted Rubicon was beyond my expectations and expounds superb craftsmanship & quality service. #MTD4LYFE"
MTD Instruments: Kingston Rubicon 22-fret

Wendell B. “ Flomuzic” Floyd, II is a native of Chester, PA, and started playing the guitar at the age of ten. During his early stages he played for various local church ministries & artists and later enrolled in the Lynn Music School to enhance and further his education & musical range in all genres.

Wendell B. “Flomuzic” Floyd, II has since gone on to work on various stage plays, artists' recording albums ranging from Gospel, R & B, Rock and Fusion Jazz. He also has in-studio contributions and credits in the areas of producing, songwriting and recording. Currently he travels as Lead Guitarist for various artists and as a member of the resounding band, The Muzaholics. Wendell’s solo project will be released 2017 and will showcase his wide range & ability as a guitarist, arranger and composer.

Links:

www.facebook.com/flomuzic
www.instagram.com/flomuzic
www.twitter.com/flomuzic

 
 

Cindy Galante

Cindy Galante

"Plays as beautifully as it looks! MTD Rubicon Rocks!!"
MTD Instruments: Kingston Rubicon 22-fret

Cindy started playing the acoustic guitar in 2012. She was originally a singer with The Blues Project in 2011, then decided to play as well. By taking lessons she soon transitioned to electric guitar.

In her own words:

"I purchased several guitars over the years, but have been exposed to the MTD family through my husband, who is the bass player for The Blues Project and who has three MTDs. Trying to find a guitar that plays easily, I decided to try the MTD Rubicon, which I have heard about from my husband and Dana B. Goods. When I played it, I found that it played easily and had many sound options with the electronics is has. I can make it sound like a rock or blues guitar, with an edgy sound or smooth blues. I love my Rubicon and am proud to be part of the MTD family!"

Links:

facebook.com/TheBluesProjectLompoc

 
 

Isaac Lee James John

Isaac Lee James John

"My Rubicon resonates beautifully in my hands - I can literally feel the music the strings and wood produce. The sound, the finish, the sustain it is amazing. It makes me want to play!"
MTD Instruments: Kingston Rubicon 6-24

Isaac has been playing guitar for approximately 14 years. At the age of 11 he began playing in church bands. He is mostly self-taught but in the past he has been privileged to study shortly with a popular Trinidadian Jazz guitarist.

In 2012 he was drafted into Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service Band on guitar and marching drums.
In 2015 he accepted an offer to play with the ATeam Band alongside his brother and MTD international emerging artiste Elon 'Tone' John and has been playing with them ever since; touring places such as Tortola, St. Thomas, Canada and Miami for the carnival celebrations to name a few. Being the ATeam Band guitarist means he gets to play soca, Calypso, reggae, funk and R&B among other genres. He has been the guitarist for the International Soca Monarch for the past 2 years and has been privileged to perform for over 70 local and international artiste yearly. He also has a passion for songwriting and released his first song in 2016 and has been working with upcoming artiste in the genres of soca and chutney since then.

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/zackyo7

https://www.instagram.com/isaacdarcejohn/


   
 
 

K. Kilfeather

K Kilfeather

“She screams like a beast.”
photo by J. Rodionova
MTD Instruments: Kingston Rubicon w/ Maple fretboard and TremKing tremolo

Born in California and raised in New York, K. Kilfeather has spent the core of his adolescence writing songs and playing the guitar. After moving to Las Vegas in 2003, Kilfeather began working with many musicians throughout the valley and formed such bands as Jack and the B-Fish and Strange Mistress. Kilfeather blends unique styles of Punk, Rock, and Blues accompanied by howling vocals and electrifying guitar riffs.

Links:

www.strangemistress.com

www.brainjellymusic.com