Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Member, Steve Miller is helped by Paul Schafer (David Letterman Show) in a latest charity auction.  Steve is playing an Inspire as the bids go higher.  4 Inspire Guitars raised over $125,000 for charity.
Peter Frampton at a Charity Event.  Three Inspire guitars were auctioned and signed by Peter and raised over $100,000 for the charities.
Skunk Baxter from Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers playing an Inspire guitar at a Charity event.  After the Concert the guitars were signed and sold at auction.  Over $50,000 was raised for the charities.
Ronnie Dunn (Brooks & Dunn) playing an Inspire Guitar at a charity event.   The guitar was signed by Ronnie and auctioned for over $30,000 for the charities.



Nili Brosh

Tony MacAlpine, Seven the Hardway,Nili Brosh Band

Without a doubt one of the best female electric guitar players on the planet.

We want to congratulate Nili for signing with Ibanez. If you see her playing live with TMac she will be using an Ibanez 7 String. She will continue to own and use Inspire Guitars for other projects and recordings.
"It didn’t take long for me to get attached to my Inspire. I’ve always loved the warmth and feel of a maple neck, and this one is especially comfortable and easy to move around to get maximum speed and accuracy. One of my favorite things about this guitar is its pickups. They are quiet and extremely dynamic, therefore they help to get my desired finger tone. These pickups make it simple to bring out every single note in a phrase with the exact touch and dynamic I want. Coming from years of playing guitars with active pickups, these give me breathing room and versatility; just as well as they sound with low gain, they also allow for extremely high volumes, without making large amounts of noise every time I stop playing for a second. Overall, the playability of this guitar is amazing. It takes literally no time to adjust to. I can pick it up at any time and feel completely comfortable and ready to go. It certainly plays like a custom guitar, one that feels like it was made just for me!" Nili owns three Inspire Guitars. 

Johnny Cerisano

That Johnny Kid

The Prodigy Redefined.
"The Sonic Classic Shred Series guitar that Inspire built for me is truly amazing. It has that classic look but is extremely fast, and the action is remarkably low. The tongue oil maple neck feels great. This guitar has incredible sustain, and the pickups are rock-solid for lead and clean. Not only is this guitar a joy to play, but with its red flame maple top, it is the best looking guitar I own. It is easy to say nice things about my Inspire guitar, and I am proud to be part of Inspire's team of artists."