Whether live or in the studio backing singer songwriters, bottleneck guitarist Pete Wagula lays glass on strings. He favors a 1930 National, Dobro, Martin acoustic or just about any electric. For his solo instrumental performances Pete creates live loops to fill the room with sound and myriad imageries, the backdrop for his bottleneck guitar. When not playing bottleneck he teaches guitar clinics and workshops in New York and New Jersey. Pete has also studied with jazz great Tal Farlow and has been a contributing writer for Guitar Player Magazine.