Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, The Roots
Jake has shared a stage with Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Roberta Flack, Queen Latifah, Ne-Yo, Jennifer Hudson, The Roots, DJ Jazzy Jeff, N’dambi, The Jonas Brothers, Esperanza Spalding, Musiq Soulchild, Vivian Green, Nicole Scherzinger, The Village People... the list is pretty endless. On top of this, he’s also a producer, songwriter, engineer, musical director and educator. Jake uses the Type One and the Teeth on his studio and live work.
Sean is primarily the vocalist and guitarist in Last Dinosaurs - hailing from Brisbane, Queensland. Sean has been using the Type One in the studio for the last LD album.
Martin has been using the Type One and Teeth since mid-2021 in the studio with Ballroom Thieves. Martin had this to say:
"There’s just something about the Teeth that makes me sound like I’m a better guitar player than I actually am. It’s on every electric song we’ve tracked over here so far. I’ve been pairing it with my Origin Magma57 to great effect."
Harry Styles, Lianne La Havas, The Big Pink
Adam has the Type One and the Berkeley. Adam said:
"The Type One is so versatile. Anything from subtle depth to full on woozy mayhem. It oozes luscious tone. I’m so picky about my chorus sounds but this ticks all the boxes plus it looks insanely cool! Love it.”
If you don’t know already, MAKUTA (Jane, Doug, Aleata, and Rose) are a soulful pop-rock band based out of Brooklyn, New York. The band has been featured on CBS, Billboard, NPR, and Yahoo!, and have received critical praise from the likes of Perez Hilton. They were also featured headliners at the inaugural GRAMMY Block Party, and have toured nationally with The Band Perry, Keaton Simons, among many others.
They have also written, produced, and collaborated with numerous artists and producers of note, including Timbaland, Chad Hugo (of N*E*R*D* + The Neptunes), John Oates, Mike Viola, Hunter Hayes, Maroon 5, Ron Carter, Scott Storch, Chris Lucas (LoCash), Ab-Liva, Francesca Battistelli, Peedi Crakk, Bleu, Dave Bassett, and Aaron Henningsen (of The Henningsens), amongst many others. They are currently working on the follow up to 2019’s widely anticipated ‘Phosphenes’. They are using the Type One in the studio at the moment (on Fender Rhodes, electric cello, guitars, basses, Farfisa organ, and Rose’s electric violin...) but are ecstatic to get it out on the road with them too when touring resumes.
Pulled Apart By Horses, solo projects
James has been using the Teeth since 2021, recording his first solo project Everything Follows. James on the Teeth:
"Last night I finally got back to work on the EP. Jesus wept. Started using it for bass on an Arp Odyssey late evening yesterday... It's absolutely f**king perfect dude, the saturation is a total game-changer, as is the breath switch. Congratulations man hahahaha, this is gonna be all over the record and probably on every synth now hahaha."
London Afrobeat Collective
John has been a user of Horrothia Effects since the very beginning. He uses a very early Type One on his bass as a wet/dry split into two amps. He also uses a Teeth for some grit and presence.