The David Nordschow Amplification Family of Endorsers

At David Nordschow Amplification, we don't trade products for "endorsements," because that's not a true product endorsement. We feel it misrepresents the facts and can often mislead consumers into buying products based on false information. The artists who work with us are true endorsers. In fact, we don't just have endorsers, we have a family. We are very proud that many top players who have been with us for more than a decade are still proud to endorse our founders' designs, and our service ethic. We've spent a lot of time with each one of them, watching families grow up, watching careers blossom, sharing triumphs and tragedies, and enjoying the chance to do business with real friends.

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Lane Baldwin

Lane Baldwin's plan in 2012 was simple: cash in everything he had, move to California to produce a new CD with close friend and adviser Polo Jones, and take over the world - or at least tour it. Then he died. Three times. And that's when the fun began, said No One Ever. "My father...

Randy Landau

Randy Landau's distinctive and virtuosic bass playing has landed him in the company of a wide spectrum of music legends, from Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, David Ruffin, Eddie Kendrick, Loretta Devine and Patti LaBelle, James Taylor, Bette Midler, Dave Stewart, Kelli O'Hara, Anika Noni Rose, to Larry Coryell, L. Subramanium, Gary Burton, and New York...

Erben Perez

Erben Perez is the bassist for Latin Pop sensation Marc Anthony. He has performed with Anthony for more than 23 years and is featured on some of his best-selling recordings. In addition to his globe-trotting concert work, Erben records with Jennifer Lopez and many other stars. He also leads his own modern Rock band, Talking...

Colin Scott

Colin Scott holds down the low end in the jazz/funk trio Spare Parts with keyboardist Kevin Kozol and drummer Mike Bruno. The band is signed to Ropeadope Records and has toured the US extensively and internationally as well. Spare Parts’ latest Ropeadope releases, Spare Parts, and Warehaus West Vol. 1  have received rave reviews while climbing...

Abe White

Nashville bassist Abe White has toured, performed or recorded with numerous notable artists, such as Larry Carlton (Bluebird), Randy Brecker (MCA), Acoustic Alchemy (GRP), Hal Ketchum (Curb Records), Amanda Williams (Play it by Ear Records), Keith Anderson (Arista Records), David Ball (Dualtone), The Neville Brothers (Neville Nation Records), Warren Haynes (Concord), Big House (MCA), The...

Juan Garcia-Herreros

Picture an owl prowling the night skies in search of sustenance. First floating on the up currents with wings stretched to catch every errant breeze, its eyes constantly searching the ground for its prize. Then diving in a flurry of speed and feathers to capture its intended prey. And all the while reveling in its...

Craig Murray

You've heard the phrase "Jack of all trades; Master of none." For Craig Murray, use this one instead: Jack of All Trades - Master of ALL of them! Far more than a bassist, he's also an arranger, composer, ground-breaking educator and producer. He also plays every brass, single-reed and string instrument you care to name....

Wesley Cole Switzer

Wesley Cole Switzer is a free-lance session and touring bassist based out of Los Angeles, CA. A Berklee alumni, Switzer studied with Matthew Garrison (Herbie Hancock Band), Danny Morris (Buddy Guy) and Anthony Wellington (Victor Wooten Band). Following Berklee, Switzer relocated to Los Angeles where he works as a Music Director for some of the...

Wes Watson

Wes Watson started playing bass after high school at the age of 19. He still remembers when he got his first bass - a Kramer Duke (yes, the one with the aluminum neck!). Ever since, he's had a love of all notes low. While Wes is comfortable in a variety of styles, and has played...

Vuyani Wakaba

Vuyani Wakaba discovered early in life he had the ability to hear and remember bass lines.  While growing up in Soweto, South Africa, he picked out bass lines in popular songs while his friends focused on lyrics. Vuyani was 27 years old and living in Walla Walla, Washington before he considered playing the bass guitar.  A...
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