Who's playing Kimaxe?
Here is one of them!
C. Michael Spriggs
Michael Spriggs was born in England, moved to Nashville in 1971 and played lead guitar for Eddie Rabbit for six years. He played guitar on Rabbitt's first four albums and received a Naras Super Picker Award in 1979 for the following: "Rocky Mountain Music," "I Can't Help Myself," "You Don't Love Me Anymore," and "Hearts on Fire."
Michael has played on over 3,000 live and televised shows which include: Solid Gold, Midnight Special, Johnny Carson, Hee-Haw, Grand Ole Opry, That Nashville Music, Jerry Lewis Telethon, The Osmond show, Disney World T.V. Show, On Stage, Pop Goes The Country, Nashville Now, and Crook and Chase, Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam. Recently backed up by Don Henley, Faith Hill, Michelle Wright, Deborah Allen.
Records include: Lee Roy Parnell, Faith Hill, Jeff Carson, Pam Tillis, Martina McBride, Waylon Jennings, Suzy Boggus, Hank Williams Jr., John Berry, Helen Darling, BB King, Billy Dean, Dolly Parton, Trace Adkins, Lari White, Razzy Baily, Eddie Rabbitt, Ed Bruce, Holly Dunn, Lyn Anderson, Vern Gosdin, Ricky Lynn Greg, Marty Robbins, Stella Parton, Ray Stevens, Janie Fricke, Mark Gray, Dobie Gray, Freddie Weller, Ronnie Dove, Danielle Alexander, Gary Morris, Noah Gordon, Robin Lee, and Roger Alan Wade.
Michael himself currently enjoys playing Kimaxe STC-860G, STC-860BLK and CE-300.[000/bottom.htm]