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VV Brown uses Freshman guitars
Rising star VV Brown has used Freshman acoustic guitars for her latest single.
The musician and her band used a selection of Freshman Apollo 3 DC guitars and FA1BN instruments in the recording of Shark in the Water.
They form an integral part of the sound of both the studio and live versions of the song, reports MI-Pro.
As well as endorsing Freshman acoustic guitars, VV Brown is also the new face of department store Marks & Spencer, with her campaign appearing in the company's shops at the moment.
Brown is in the midst of a tour of America and the singer-songwriter will return to Europe in November to play a series of shows around France.
Another artist to make use of Freshman musical instruments is Pixie Lott.
She has used the FA400 model in the past, while last year's V Festival saw one of her backing band playing an Apollo 2 DCED.
ÂPosted on 10 Aug 2010 21:20 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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