"I'm an electric guitarist, and absolutely my favourite thing about this Silent guitar is how I can run it straight through my electric rig and make some original and cool sounds. I'm using it all the time for writing, it's a versatile tool; and I'm finding it's a stress-free, no-feedback, solid acoustic sound on big stages. This guitar looks like nothing else and gets a lot of comments!"
New Zealand born guitarist, Cameron Deyell, is a reformed jazz tragic now making all kinds of progressive music. Currently Cameron is busy performing and collaborating with Australian vocalist Katie Noonan, recording and co-producing Declan Kelly's new album, making hiphop with Ends & Means and creating crazy prog-rock with House of Orange.
Cameron refined his craft in Los Angeles where he studied with jazz legend Kenny Burrell, and since moving to Australia has performed and recorded with some of Australia's best jazz musicians such as Mike Nock's Big Small Band (nominated for an ARIA award), the Catholics and the Japan Australia Jazz Orchestra.
In recent times he has also made a couple of albums with Bertie Blackman, produced reggae band the Resurrectors and played with Guy Sebastian, Elemeno P, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Paul Capsis. He has also been active in the local Australian music scene as Artistic Director of Sydney's Jazzgroove Association and Artistic Director of the Jazz:Now Festival at the Sydney Opera House.