Christopher Jennings

Session Guitarist & Producer

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Thinking Chris Jennings? You must love R&B, Soul, Pop, and Timeless Rock. Credits include Waldo Black, Boots Greene, and Jeff Bradshaw. Will gladly play blues, gospel and several other genres. I Headline each year with Joe Bachman (Miller Lite Sponsored) at Bristol Speedway (NASCAR).

As my Guitar Playing services are offered, I'd be glad to give you exactly the feel you're looking for on any one particular record. My motto when it comes to production, guitar playing and music in general is to "Serve the Song" and make it as artistic and potent as possible.

Growing up in Delaware, I eventually found myself in Philadelphia in order to grow myself as a musician. I had accumulated some friends who were involved with the Philly music scene, so I began playing gigs and attending jam sessions in order to cut my teeth. I was filled with dread at the first thought because I was so nervous about my skill level, but the people there took me in and taught me to be a solid musician with a great attitude. They showed me how to keep a live gig and how to not "overplay".

Serving the song goes beyond chords and scales. It's more about bringing the life and excitement out of a track sonically. If you have serving the song as your paramount priority, then everything else will fall into place, no matter how fast or slow you happen to be playing. Some songs need loud rock guitar, some need soft, deep patterns.

I'm so happy to help you with YOUR song! I will always do unlimited revisions because I KNOW that you'll be satisfied with the work that I put into it. If it's important to you, it's important to me. Guaranteed.

As always, Serve the Song.

-Chris Jennings

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Terms Of Service

I will ALWAYS do UNLIMITED REVISIONS because it's something I believe in. Paying for a track you're not happy with is ridiculous. Turn around: 4 Days MAX or I'll refund you and still do the work.

GenresSounds Like
  • Luke Combs
  • Chromeo
  • Prince
Gear Highlights
  • UAD Marshall Plexi and Fender 55 Amps
  • Telecaster
  • Stratocaster
  • PRS SE
  • Line 6 Helix
  • Apollo Twin
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