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“Every guitar sounds good through a Naylor. This is the first time I’ve been able to hear the low notes. I wanted a Naylor so bad, I drove through Detroit to get one.”
~Ron Asheton – Dark Carnival, The Stooges
“I don’t usually get excited about amps, but this is incredible – the perfect amp! You don’t have to fight the guitar, because there’s so much tone in the amp. I can’t believe how many different tones it gets and they’re all real! ”
~ Mike Cross – Sponge
“Amazing! No other amp in the world sounds like this – natural and organic – it breathes. This is the first amp I’ve been able to really hear on stage. The ’66 GTO of guitar amps!”
~ Phil Durr – Big Chief, Thornetta Davis Band
“The Naylor Super-Drive Sixty is a monster! Do your strat a favor.”
~Dick Easter – The Sandra Wright Band, Roy Buchannon
“Brilliant. It’s the dog’s bollocks!”
~ Nick Lashley – Alanis Morissette
“These amps sound amazing. Real touch sensitive, warm and you can do so much with the tone controls. I hear the best qualities of old Marshall’s and Fender’s. Feedback is important to me and it’s real controllable with the Naylor.”
~ Joey Mazzola – Sponge
“The amp sounds great! Very warm and fat, even with my single coils. Once you play through a Naylor you’ll leave your rack at home.”
~ Andy Most – Nashville Studio Guitarist
“Like a fine woman, my Super-Drive Sixty head and 412 Compact Cab has a nice tight, round bottom end, contoured midrange, and highs that are perky and sweet.”
~ Kenny Olson – Kid Rock, Studio Guitarist
“After playing the Naylor and setting it the way I want, all I need to do is adjust the volume knob on my guitar to get all the sounds I need. Great tone! Thanks.”
~ Noel Roy – Nashville Studio Guitarist
“I spent months checking out new amps and was blown away by the Naylor. In fact, I recorded my entire record (“It’s a Blues Thing” – Icehouse/Priority Records) with one ’68 Tele, a Super-Drive Sixty head and 212 Compact Cab. Best amp I’ve ever heard, new or vintage – it wails!”
Tony Sarno – The Screaming Blue Demons
“Very warm, extremely articulate, and definitely gets that sought after ‘brown’ sound. My life long search is over – it rips!”
Tom Scro – Tom Sera Band

“Great tone, looks cool! Reliable, versatile and works with all my guitars. Has clarity and balls ‘Live at Leeds’ meets ‘LaGrange’.”
John Speck – Hoarse

“The Naylor amp is the only amp I’ve ever played that I totally dig. You can hear every string when it’s cranked and it cleans up when I back off. I don’t like much, but I love my Naylor.”
Ken Tudrick – Big Block

NAYLOR USERS

Producers
David Bendeth – Producer
Oliver Leiber – Producer
Rob Cavallo – Producer
Joe Barresi – Producer
David Bottrill – Producer
Anders Rydholm – Producer (Sweden)
Joe Chiccarelli – Producer
Chris Baseford – Producer
Kato Khandwala – Producer
Jim King – Producer
Ross Robinson – Producer
Joe Chiccarelli – Producer

Bands
Cliff Campbell – Fair to Midland 
Kirk McKim – Pat Travers 
Jag – I Mother Earth
Bobby Murray – Ella James
Scott Salyers – The Holy Cows
Chris Hobs – Cavo
Johnny Garcia – Garth Brooks / Trisha Yearwood
Keith Howland – Chicago
Billy Howerdell – A Pirfict Circle / Ashes Divide
Greg Suran – The Goo Goo Doll’s / Session Player
Bill Derby – Edgar Winter
Nick Perri – Silvertide / Perry Farrells Satellite Party Shinedown / The Darling Stilettos / Sinai
George Lynch – Lynch Mob / 2004 Tour
Ben Granfelt – Wishbone Ash
Rick Springfield – Rick Springfield Band
Dave Whiston – Rick Springfield Band
Dave Marshall – Vince Neil / Touring Tech 
Ian Pai – Fisher Spooner / Blue Man Group 

Jay Baskin – Touring Tech Dream Theater 
Ian Molla – The Urgency
Scot Boland – Obsession
Charles Henry – Blue Man Group / The Cab
Steve Stevens – Billy Idol / Atomic Playboys / Vince Neil 
Travis Richter – From First to Last
Alex Johnson – The House Harkonnen / Convoy and The Cattlemen
Mike “Doty” – The House Harkonnen / Blood of The Sun
Brian Harris – Lord Tracy 

Ron Asheton – The Stooges / Dark Carnival
Mike Cross – Sponge
Phil Durr – Big Chief / Thornetta Davis Band
Dick Easter – The Sandra Wright Band / Roy Buchannon
Nick Lashley – Alanis Morissette
Joey Mazzola – Sponge
Kenny Olson – Kid Rock / Session Player
Tony Sarno – The Screaming Blue Demons
John Speck – Hoarse
Tom Scro – Tom Sera Band
Ken Tudrick – Big Block
Rick Berthod – Rick Berthod and The Persuader Band 
Bernd Aufermann – Angel Dust

Session Players
Tim Pierce – Super Session Player
Ed Supple – Session Player
Michael Landau – Session Player
Paul Hagy – Session Player
Andy Most – Session Player 

Jeff King – Session Player
Noel Roy – Session Player
Mark Baldwin – Session Player
Kenneth Belcher – Session Player

Known Recordings With Naylor Amps and or Cabinets…a work in progress.
In no Particular Order

I’ll be adding to this section from time to time when I get new information and the time to update it.

The House Harkonnen:
Volume 4 2006 Self Release
Volume 5 2008 Never Released
Volume 6 2009 Do For It
Beast Mode 2012 Do For It
Volume 7 2013 Do For It
Morphology 2014 Do For It

Sponge:
Wax Ecstatic 1996 Columbia
New Pop Sunday 1999 Beyond

A Perfect Circle:
Mer de Noms 2000 Virgin
Thirteenth Step 2003 Virgin
eMOTIVe 2004 Virgin

I Mother Earth:
Scenery and Fish 1996 Capitol

12Lb. Test:
Harm’s Way 1999 Self Release
Let Yourself In 2001 Self Release

Shinedown:
The Sound of Madness 2008 Atlantic
Amaryllis 2012 Atlantic

TuTu Jones:
Inside Out 2009 Soul Tone

Silvertide:
Show and Tell 2004 Jrecords
Second Record 2007 Never Released

Novachrome:
Rimshotcancercough 1999 Parallax

Rick Berthod and The Persuader Band:
Live in San Francisco 2000 RB Records and Music
Won’t Be Long 2001 RB Records and Music

Rob Zombie:
Hellbilly Deluxe 1998 Geffen

Drowning Pool:
Drowning Pool 2010 Eleven Seven Music

Fair to Midland:
Fables from a Mayfly: What I Tell You Three Times Is True 2007 Serjical Strike
Arrows and Anchors 2011 E1 Music

Maleveller:
Maleveller 2011 Batle Flag

Sinai:
A Pinch of Chaos 2012

 

All Naylor endorsers actually pay for their equipment.