Musicians with their Pete Turner guitars

The guys of Icelandic band Kaleo have a specially commissioned Marrakech resonator, the'Runes', and the Amazon rosewood Marrakech #16 featured especially in their iconic video for 'Way Down We Go', filmed live in an Icelandic volcano! Usually found in the hands of lead singer JJ Julius Son, and played too by lead guitarist Rubin Pollock. Rubin also has a PTG acoustic, 'Era'.

Here are some more YouTube links:

'Automobile'  with JJ on the Runes                          'Broken Bones'  with Rubin playing the #16                'I Can't Go On Without You'  with JJ playing Marrakech #16     

performance at Lollapalooza, Chile, March 2018





Pete was over the moon when Luke Potashnik and Paul Sayer of The Temperance Movement appeared in videos trying out the Marrakech resonators (please see video page) and chose to play their one for their set at the Classic Rock Awards 2013, when they were voted Best New Band.


Vic Hyland, guitar tutor and leading light of Kent's Blues Camp, owns a Pete Turner tele #11 and a Marrakech resonator #08. Click on the photos to hear Vic playing these guitars.

Ray Majors of Mott and Hackensack fame owns this lovely Marrakech #13. Ray has been kind enough to call the Marrakech 'the best guitar I have ever owned'.


Dave Stewart, ex-Eurythmics and renowned musician and producer, borrowed a Marrakech resonator for his live set at the Music Prodfucers Guild Awards 2015. 

Legendary rock and blues musician, Joe Bonamassa, tried out a Marrakech resonator when passing through London - love to make you one Joe!

And Peter Green, from the original Fleetwood Mac, was one of Pete's earliest customers, with his electric guitar, Sophia #2.