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Ann-Marita Garsed joins the Journey Artists with the OF410

Ladies and gentlemen, we’re very happy to share that Ann-Marita Garsed is our newest Journey Instruments Sponsored Artist! Photography by Bente Bjoerdal Singer/songwriter Ann-Marita Garsed is an artist who transcends genres, borders, and generations. From a diverse background in four countries on three different continents, Ann-Marita fuses her influences together into a sound that is rich with emotion, guts, honesty, and heart. She is a country crooner, a folk rocker, a survivor, but above all; a storyteller. With a voice reminiscent of soulful country rock artists like Linda Ronstadt and Shelby Lynne, and a storytelling ability greatly influenced by icons…

Ian James Interview at NAMM on the Journey Instruments OF660

We love hearing about how Journey Instruments guitars aren’t just great travel guitars, but are just great guitars, period. Ian James has been playing the OF660 as his main gigging guitar and is proving that you don’t have to sacrifice great sound for great portability. This past Winter NAMM we had the opportunity to catch up with James and his band and talk to him about his influences, why he does what he does, and how he got his start. Check the video below for the interview and don’t forget to check out Ian James Band by clicking right here!

New Journey Instruments Artist Asher Brown on the OF660

We’re pleased to welcome to the family our newest Journey Instruments Artist: Asher Brown! Asher Brown is a folk singer/songwriter currently based out of Minneapolis, MN. Asher grew up in Cedar Rapids, IA and started writing songs when he was 14 as a way to escape, grow, and come to terms with his own identity as a queer person. He was largely influenced by his guitarist and metalhead older brother. Following high school, Asher attended Berklee College of Music and graduated with a degree in songwriting. Asher’s musical inspirations include Brandi Carlile, Paul Simon, James Bay, Shakey Graves, Parker Millsap,…

Adam Searan and his OF660R1 Guitar on "Today In Nashville"

Journey Instruments guitars aren’t just great travel guitars. First and foremost, they’re great sounding guitars that happen to travel really well. Adam Searan is yet another performing artist that uses his collapsible Journey guitar not only for travelling, but for playing regular gigs as well. Check him out below playing his red OF660 for Today In Nashville! You can also learn more about Adam at his website by clicking right here!

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