Vic Dillahay is a Colorado-based jazz guitarist, composer, and educator. He is best known as a founding member of the world fusion trio Graphite Addiction. A restless musical explorer, Dillahay has also played with a number of other groups including Celtic rockers Indigent Row, the acoustic folk ensemble Aspen Street, and the traditional swing group The Pete and Vic Duo. He founded the Curious Automata record label in 2013. Vic’s recent solo albums explore the rich history of American music with free-roving jazz and rock-tinged improvisations.
Collings MT2 Mandolin
Godin Multiac Jazz
Godin Multioud Steel
McInturff Glory Standard
Two-Rock Classic Reverb
Acoustic Image Clarus 2R
Dimassi 212 Cabinet Loaded with Eminence TR65 Speakers
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“Great sounds…deep, spiritual…dark…fantastic music.”
No Zu Sounds
“One of the most original textures I’ve heard in ages!”
Glenn Folwarski — Thadieus Project
“…love the near atonal feel to some of the guitar work, and strong melodies in other progressions. ”
Wayne Cox — The Professor and Naomi Kay
“Fretless guitar… are you the devil, now going to raise from the frets of society?”
B Billy Marse (Billy the Train Robber) — ReverbNation
“Vic Dillahay, of Scottish decent, plays lead guitar and has an old school haggis recipie…”
Rodger Hara — Celtic Connection
Willing to teach
Beginner to advanced
I teach guitar, mandolin, and ukulele with the Guitars, Etc. lessons program in downtown Longmont.
Guitars, Etc. offers private lessons on piano, guitar, bass, drums, and vocals as well as all brass, woodwinds, and orchestral strings. Currently, over 450 students a week study with the store’s 23 teachers.
As part of our private lessons program, students have a chance to showcase what they’ve learned on stage in the store’s 100 seat venue located on the lower level