Epoch players (just a selection)

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The James Morrison Creative Generation Big Band on stage at the Brisbane Exhibition Centre in July 2012 - featuring the Epoch Flame double bass

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The legendary Australian music icon James Morrison loves the Epoch douible bass, and he arranged for the Flame double bass to be featured in his big band of students at the 2012 Creative Generation - State Schools onstage.

Each year, the most talented dancers, singers, musicians and actors from Queensland state schools come together to stage one of the state's largest performing arts events. More than 1500 students from across Queensland showcase their talent by starring in the professionally produced show alongside leading professional artists.


 Ian Cooper

Jazz Violinist Ian Cooper and his bands are regular attractions at many Jazz festivals and concert venues throughout Australia, Europe, Japan and New Zealand.

Ian's humorous show draws on many musical styles from jazz, Latin American, gypsy and country. He creates an exciting, new and original blend which never fails to impress any audience.

Ian was honoured in the inaugural Golden Fiddle Awards in Tamworth in January 2005, by winning the category, Best CD by a Fiddler Soloist. The following year, he won the top award of best fiddler soloist in Australasia.

"Acoustic violins with inbuilt pickups all too often sound tinny or boxy. Not so with my Epoch. Sensible design and an ingenious pickup make this the most authentic sounding electric violin I've ever played! I want a second one!"
Ian Cooper – Virtuoso Violinist – James Morrison Band

"Congratulations on this fantastic violin of Ian Cooper's. It has the right groove and jive I need in this band!"
James Morrison



Ryan Delahoussaye
Blue October )

The top art rock band of Texas USA, Blue October is packing them in hot on the heels of the release of their CD with Universal records. Lead violinist Ryan Delahoussaye's first Epoch violin was a custom Blue October signature model with a dragon head on the stock.

Click on the Youtube link to watch this incredible solo performance by Ryan at a Philly concert in 2010




Pixie Jenkins

Pixie Jenkins, without doubt one of Australia's top country fiddlers, humourist and stage performer is delighted with his professional, custom 5-string Epoch.



Andrew Clermont

Andrew Clermont is an international multi-instrumentalist and bluegrass champion.

A signature acoustic Epoch and an Australian sunset acoustic/electric take pride of place in most of Andrew's stage work around the world.

"It really does shine in a group, with its clear and bold sound. An Epoch taken straight off the rack can be used immediately and stand out in the best possible way. The Epoch’s electric sound turns heads and I love the raw unadorned timber sound."
Andrew Clermont multi instrumentalist and teacher



Rabbit Robinson

Rabbit Robinson has been a long-time supporter of Epoch Musical Instruments, playing both violin and cello.

He is a key member of the upcoming band, Round Mountain Girls of six superb musicians (all male by the way) and many musical instruments.

And if you are at all intrigued about the band's name, we can highly recommend a visit to their website below and read about the seductive girls of Round Mountain.


Ashleigh Dallas, playing with Kasey Chambers at the Golden Fiddle Awards in Tamworth

Music has been a way of life for singer/songwriter/musician Ashleigh Dallas. Hailing from Tamworth NSW, she grew up in a musical family, becoming the third generation of The Dallas Family.

It’s no surprise that Ashleigh followed the family into music and started learning the fiddle at the age of 2.

Playing regular gigs with her Family Band, Ash scored her first big break at age 17, when Kasey Chambers saw her perform and asked her to join her band, touring Australia and America.
Ashleigh is in midst of recording her Debut album as an artist in her own right. She also won Best Youth Achievement at the 2011 Golden Fiddle Awards.

Ashleigh plays two Epochs – Pearl White VP4 and Metallic Black VP4.


String Diva

String Diva features the extraordinary talents of three young Australian women. Since their launch in 2004 they have become one of the most highly-regarded acts in the country.
String Diva has performed for many Australian and international premier events.
Their extensive repertoire includes iconic Australian hit songs and beguiling classical music with a funky, contemporary edge.




The highly acclaimed cellist and founding member of award winning band ‘August Way’, Mobius is ecstatic with the performance, durability and roadworthiness of his CP4 Cello.



String Angels
String Angels

String Angels is a dynamic, sophisticated act featuring three of Australia's finest string players.


Barry Easton

Popular Victorian based fiddler Barry Easton has two Epoch electric violins - a white and a black and he has been a big hit with them at the Tamworth Country Music Festival for many years.


Rachel Bostock
( The Bostocks )

Aussie rock band The Bostocks are real crowd pleasers with a dynamic show of hot talent and original songs. 

This Gold Coast band stands out because they are a family band of two brothers and two sisters.  

Check out the Bostock's latest clips:





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