About Us

GuitarGeary is a blog dedicated to guitar players. From guitar and equipment reviews to guides and advice from pro players. Our team is comprised of passionate gearheads, experienced musicians and music bloggers who are committed to delivering high-quality content to a global audience. Whether you’re looking to buy a new guitar or improve your tone and skills, you’ve come to the right place. If you have questions regarding any of the posts on GuitarGeary or just want to say hi, reach out by visiting our Contact Us page.

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Founder of this site. Passionate guitar player, musician, tech lover, online marketer and writer who has reviewed music and musical equipment for many years.
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Professional music producer, mixer, guitarist and all-around music enthusiast. Ian has worked with some of the biggest acts in the world over his 32 years in the music industry, including The Cure, the Eurythmics, Motorhead, Fat Boy Slim and Seal. He now runs a residential recording studio in Thailand, recording, producing and mixing not only a number of the biggest artists and bands in South East Asia. But also, worldwide artists who want to get away from it all, and write and record in the beautiful, tranquil and mystical surroundings of the Far East.
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Writer/editor for Ultimate-Guitar, the biggest guitar spot on the web. Passionate gearhead and gear reviewer for a variety of online publications. King Crimson fan.
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Professional music enthusiast, guitarist, blogger, podcaster, and songwriter Mike O’Cull works with and covers the most compelling artists from around the world. He has reviewed music and musical equipment since the 1990s in print and online, hosts The Sounds of Chicago Podcast (sponsored by www.ChicagoMusicGuide.com), The VT New Music Discovery Podcast for www.VishnusTrumpet.com, and creates original music that mixes rock, hip hop, funk, and synthwave. He also provides coaching, promotion, and writing services for musicians and other creatives. His writing work has appeared in countless venues over the last twenty years.