Paul Weller

Revered guitarist Paul Weller first found fame as part of the 70s band, The Jam. The influential punk rock band had multiple hit singles and sold out many concerts. He also had success with The Style Council before embarking on a phenomenal solo career, spawning critically acclaimed albums like the multiplatinum ‘Stanley Road’. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Modfather’, Paul was awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Music award at the Brits.

Paul's guitar playing is often characterised by its melodic and rhythmic style, as well as being described as “jangly” and “reverb-drenched”. His tone is both warm and bright, and he often uses a combination of clean and overdriven tones to create his signature sound.