Master Fingerstyle player, Buddy Tetreault has been a special invited performer at the 12th International Guitar Festival (National Theater, San Jose, Costa Rica), and who has toured extensively in Europe, the USA and in Central America.
As a Fingerstylist he plays both Guitar and Banjo using a variety of styles that include… Country, Bluegrass, Classical, Celtic, Flamenco, Latino, Asian and more forming a unique style all his own! Often you can hear a blend of styles in his arrangements, and the outcome is both exciting and unique!
Here is what Fingerstyle Virtuoso Doyle Dykes has said:
“When I first met Buddy Tetreault I knew his passion for the guitar was as deep as mine. He has taken ideas from some of the best players around and has added his own flair and signature to his music. His writing and arrangements go far beyond his age and experience. This is how I know it’s a gift. Inspiration can’t be bought or earned but somehow Buddy has tapped into to it. I believe it’s because he has a heart for God and reaching people with his music for “Him”. As you listen and enjoy this young man’s music, you will detect his Central American influence from being a missionary and his deep southern American roots as well. Great stuff!
I appreciate Buddy as a musician….. and as my friend.”
Buddy is proud to be an Endorsing Artist for:
Kremona Guitars Playing his Kremona M20e endorsing their line of Steel-string guitars!
Buddy has been an Endorsing Artist for the Deering Banjo Company since 2009 playing their line of 6-string Banjos!
Zaolla Cables Buddy has used Zaolla Silverline guitar & mic cables for years! “For the ultimate in signal purity… I trust Zaolla’s pure silver core to transmit my tone as no other cable can!”
Hosa Technology using their many audio adapters as well as the Hosa Edge line of guitar and microphone cables. Their Edge series cables are made using Oxygen Free Copper core wire which is then shielded to provide the finest in Copper cabling… a great quality cable!
You may also find these pages interesting:
- How Buddy learned to play the guitar
- How did Buddy start playing the banjo
- A few milestones in Buddy’s life
- Buddy’s Electronic Press Kit (EPK)