Antoine Dufour

With now six albums of original material released to critical acclaim, two live performance DVDs, and 25 million views on YouTube, Antoine Dufour has emerged as a young star of fingerstyle acoustic guitar, building a worldwide reputation for innovation and creativity.

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Vicki Genfan

With a mastery of the acoustic guitar that borders on pure alchemy, audiences are mesmerized by the waves of sound Vicki creates with just two hands and her voice. She specializes in the use of the Harmonik Gloves , attached to the SpiderCapo, to bring out her guitars’ harmonics. See more about her at

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T-cophony is a Japanese songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known primarily for his work as a fingerstyle guitarist. In 2006, he released his independent albums Experimental Album and Stubborn Ears Forbidden. In 2008, he debuted by releasing his album Sharing the emotion, which was released for the first time in Japan.

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Dave Weiner

Dave Weiner has toured with Steve Vai for 15 years. He uses 2 SpiderCapos in ahis “acoustic” solo piece “Trillium’s Launch” in each show. Check out his website, to see and hear his latest CD, “Short Stories”, in which uses he makes liberal use of the Spider.

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Alberto Ziliotto

Ziliotto Alberto is one of the youngest Italian acoustic guitarists in the scene. He studied at the school The Pentagram with the master Luca Trevisan who has aroused him to fingerpicking. In September 2014 he published his first video in Candyrat Records, a prominent label for acoustic guitar music.

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Brian Gore

Brian’s technical prowess and pioneering work in use of multiple capos, slapping, tapping and percussion ranks him as a top technician in his field. But virtuosity, over-abundant in guitar, is more rarely called upon for the kind of true artistry found in Brian’s music. His approach to guitar is in the service of song over showmanship, and he connects emotively to his performances in a pure, yet evocative way.

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