Powerful sound, innovative design and solid construction are just a few of the defining qualities of Ernie Ball Music Man guitars. In the four decades since the company began in 1974, Ernie Ball Music Man has helped to set the bar for what an electric guitar should look, feel and sound like. It doesn't matter if it's your first instrument or your ninety-first, an Ernie Ball Music Man axe is always a good choice. All that you have to do to appreciate the quality of Ernie Ball Music Man guitars is to look at the roster of renowned artists who take them onto stages all over the world.
Take John Petrucci of Dream Theater for example; you'll find a number of his signature guitars in this section. Still not convinced? The list goes on with Steve Morse, Keith Richards, Steve Lukather, Joe Perry and Nigel Tufnel. These are artists who have trusted Music Man guitars for years, and that's not even counting more recent additions to the Ernie Ball Music Man guitar family like DJ Ashba of Guns n' Roses or Aaron Fink of Breaking Benjamin. There's no shady secret drawing all of these leading guitarists to Ernie Ball Music Man. They just know a great guitar when they hear it.
Ernie Ball Music Man guitars always make a splash at NAMM conferences, attracting plenty of well-deserved attention. After all, if you saw instruments like the 6-string John Petrucci 6 Electric Guitar and the semi-hollow Game Changer Reflex HH at a trade show booth, wouldn't you stop to take a look? That's just the beginning. Check out some of Ernie Ball Music Man's distinctive guitar models, such as the Albert Lee signature guitars and the Armada. Wherever you look in their catalog, Ernie Ball Music Man does not fail to impress.
Other guitars sometimes sacrifice performance for style or vice-versa. That's not the case for Ernie Ball Music Man; with any of these instruments, you get tons of each. When you hear the difference, it'll definitely put a smile on your face. You just might feel inclined to come back and expand your Ernie Ball Music Man guitar collection even further.