International Artists

The brand has established a loyal following, including some of the biggest names in music:


Although Red Witch has never had the funding to pay artist endorsements, there are a number of A-list artists who are known to use Red Witch products, including:

  • Andy Summers (The Police)
  • Sting (Solo, The Police)
  • Jonathan Chancellor (Tool)
  • John Mayer
  • Audley Freed (Black Crowes)
  • Martin Gore (Depeche Mode)
  • Mike Patton (Fantomas, Solo, Faith No More)
  • Billy Gould (Faith No More)
  • Jon Hudson (Faith No More)
  • Saskia Hahn (Peaches)
  • The Arctic Monkeys
  • Munkey (KORN)
  • David Catching (The Eagles of Death Metal, Queens of the Stone Age, earthlings? )
  • Jessie Hughes (The Eagles of Death Metal)
  • The Daylights
  • Terry Lawless (U2)
  • Carl Broemel (My Morning Jacket)
  • Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris, Stevie Nicks, Peter Green, Dixie Chicks)
  • Paul Stacey (Oasis, Black Crowes)
  • Henry Kaiser (Solo)
  • Jack Bruce (Solo, Cream)
  • Nadja Peulen (Coal Chamber)
  • Jeff Cease (Black Crowes, Bitter Pills)
  • Blixa Bargeld (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds)
  • Brent Mason JD Simo (Nashville session player)
  • Ed Degenero (Solo)
  • Uriah Duffy (Whitesnake, Sly and the Family Stone)
  • Eric Schermerhorn (Iggy Pop, David Bowie, Seal, Lucinda Williams)
  • Steve Lukather's Fab Ringo Rig includes Seven Sister's Grace Compressor > Download article
  • Sam Kearney (Alberta Cross)
  • JT Woodruff (Hawthorn Heights)
  • Jon Skibic
  • Aaron Mclain
  • JAKOB (New Zealand)
  • Galen Henson (Joe Satriani)
  • Reeves Gabrels (Solo, David Bowie)
  • Adrian Legg
  • Michael Landau (has played for everyone)
  • Monte Pittman (Solo, Madonna)
  • Charlie Hayden (Solo)
  • Colin Hay (Men at Work)
  • Michael Thompson (US based session guitarist – has played for everyone)
  • Trinity Roots (New Zealand)
  • The Little Bushmen (New Zealand psychedelic/ roots band)
  • Ian Moss (Australian guitarist)
  • Neil Finn (Crowded House, Solo, Split Enz)
  • Michael Spreitzer (Devil Driver)
  • Sigur Ros
  • INXS
  • Guns n' Roses
  • Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins) PG's Rebecca Dirks is on location at Steve Vai's Harmony Hut studio in Los Angeles.  Check out  - 17:47 -  “These are some new pedals I got, the Red Witch stuff that I’m trying out, and I kinda like them a lot.”

I really like the Famulus, it’s an innovative idea for a guitar pedal, and gives a lot of flexibility in tone and can be used subtly or with authority.
— Billy Gould - Faith No More
I love my Red Witch pedals. Red Witch have perfected many different styles of pedals I use often at Rancho De La Luna, and on tour with Eagles of Death Metal, earthlings?, Masters of Realisty, Gnarltones and Rancho De La Lunatics.
I love the Seven Sisters pedals. Especially for fly dates. You charge them up before you leave and need no power supply when you land and start rocking!
All the pedals are made tough, easy to use and sound fantastic. Plus Ben Fulton, Red Witch main man, is one of the nicest, brightest sound designers out there. Thank you Red Witch for making awesome products that help translate my musical ideas into reality.
— David Catching - The Eagles of Death Metal, Mohave Lords
Just to let you know that I am using the Titan delay live with Robert at the moment - with all 3 mix buttons set at “quarter to..” it’s providing a great swampy tail that I can kick in whenever I feel like it.
Best Phaser I have ever used.
— Justin Adams
Can you dig the coolest Chorus pedal!
— - Matt Sorum Guns n' Roses, Velvet Revolver (drummer - but plays guitar)
I’ve been checking out the Red Witch Factotum pedal which is a Bass Suboctave Drive. Basically, it’s an octaver/overdrive pedal with separate switches for each effect. It’s great for a number of sounds. I turned on just the octave section and rolled off the dry sound and got a very cool, clean synth sound that tracked quite well down to about the C on the A string. I’m not a big fan of those envelope filter, Muskrat Love type synth bass sounds so the clean Octaver sound is perfect for me. By clicking on the overdrive section I was able to get pretty close to that P Funk “Flashlight” synth bass sound. With a decent compressor I might even fool you into believing I’m Bernie Worell’s* gifted younger cousin! You can dial in as much of the sawtooth edge as you like. That’s another reason I really dig this pedal. It’s easy to tune in a great sound and you can tailor the octaver and the overdrive separately then mix them together. It sounds great, it’s easy to use and when you don’t want to travel with an actual synth bass controller and module, this can cover some of the bases. Or should I say basses.
— Darryl Jones – Bass Guitar Rolling Stones, Miles Davis, Sting, Eric Clapton
REALLY digging your pedals. The chorus sounds so fricken lush, and love all the variety between chorus and vibrato. I used it for a couple movie cues yesterday (hence the picture). I really dig the fuzz God too!! They both have a supreme quality and richness about them, extremely usable, so I expect they will be good friends for a long, long time!!!
— Lyle Workman - Sting, US film composer