George Pepper
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George Pepper

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Mr. Pepper's musical journey began in San Antonio, Texas in the 1970's. He studied with such teachers as Terry Muska and David Underwood, and then attended The Southwest Guitar Conservatory, where he studied with Jackie King, Herb Ellis, and Pat Martino, among others.

The next stop was Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where he studied with too many teachers to list, and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Professional Music. Immediately after Berklee, Mr. Pepper spent a year touring Europe as a roadie and guitarist in several pick-up bands.

Always interested in the latest technology, upon returning to the US, Mr. Pepper moved to New York, New York, acquired a Synclavier Guitar System, and became one of the pioneers of guitar synthesizers. The band B-Rock, with Drum Suit inventor Brock Seiler, was the main focus of attention during this time, but a lot of time was also spent programming the Synclavier for other clients.

After Boston, Europe, and New York, Mr. Pepper decided to return to Texas and pursue a Master of Music degree at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, which was awarded in 1991. By this time, he had become interested primarily in traditional composition.

Today, Mr. Pepper is in the forefront of pursuing electric nylon string guitar technology, and has guitars from Godin and Parker that have the RMC Polydrive system, paving the way for a return to MIDI and Guitar Synthesizers. His many years spent learning technology has lead him to create three different true-stereo amplification systems that are like small PA systems. With only recording studio quality components and over twenty years experience mastering them, no other electric nylon string guitarist in the world has as fine and unique a sound.