Since the early 1980's, luthier Andy Beech has crafted numerous guitars, many of which ended up in the hands of famous artists and guitar heroes. Combining cunning crafting skills with creative imagination, Andy has earned recognition for crafting some of the finest and most memorable guitars the music industry has ever seen. His creations have been seen all over the world, being featured in movies, the 2007 Superbowl halftime show (featuring Prince), and on display at the Hard Rock Cafe and The Smithsonian.
While Andy is actively involved in adding his magical finishing touch to many beautiful high-end dream homes, his true passion is in crafting guitars. Andy is always hard at work making new models every year. While working as Zakk Wylde's guitar technician during a worldwide tour in support of Ozzy Osbourne's No More Tears album, Andy & Zakk brainstormed and came up with a uniquely designed guitar, now famously known as "The Glory". Its eye-catching shape created a buzz among fans, and has been praised as an addictive, standout, beautifully crafted instrument that is stunningly versatile.
Born and raised in beautiful Maple Falls, Andy is a true Washingtonian. He worked his way to Hollywood as a guitar technician for many famous bands, and had the pleasure to jam and travel the world with some of the best. This provided him invaluable, professional experience that has allowed him the knowledge needed to create reliable, beautiful instruments that perform with flying colors in high demand concerts. You can find Andy taking orders for custom guitars and basses, whatever is required to meet your dreams. Starting from a sketch, an idea, or a special unique need, Andy's outstanding imagination, passion and wood-working skills combine to craft and deliver an instrument that you will immediately cherish, rip, showoff and display for the rest of your life.