Campbell-American Guitars

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Campbell American Guitars Campbell American Guitars is an American guitar company based in Massachusetts, with their factory located in Rhode Island. They were previously known as Greene and Campbell. Their line of guitars include the Transitone, Caledonian, Precix, and Nelsonic Transitone.

Campbell American Guitars are guitar builders, with their main office located in Massachusetts, and their factory situated in Rhode Island. Originally known as Greene and Campbell Guitars (name was changed in late 2004), their staff includes several craftsmen from the now defunct Westerly, Rhode Island, Guild Factory.

Their line of guitars includes the Transitone, the RJ Bass, named after the late, great, Bassist, Rob Jeffries, Caledonian, Precix, Terrasonic, FuZix and the Nelsonic Transitone. The Nelsonic being collaboration between British Guitarist, Bill Nelson and the Campbell Company. Nelson, best known for his work in Be Bop Deluxe, has gone on to a solo career with a huge catalog of albums.

Guitarist David "Fuze" Fiuczynski plays numerous Campbell guitars including his signature 'FuZix' Model. Bassist Evan Marien plays his signature five string bass the EM-5. Chris Tapp of the Garage Rock/Blues band The Cold Stares records and performs with the Transitone model.