Alex Mew, Faith Guitars’ brand manager and marketing manager for Barnes & Mullins is delighted with the arrangement.
“This brings a big smile to my face,” said Mew. “I have been a fan of Lostprophets for years now, and to see Lee playing a Faith guitar is extremely satisfying. He is a great guy and has been a pleasure to work with.”
Gaze was introduced to Faith Guitars during a recording session in Cardiff with highly respected producer Romesh Dodangoda, who has a number of Faith Guitars in his studio.
Dodangoda’s LongWave Studio has also been instrumental in introducing Faith Guitars to other top artists such as Attack Attack, The Blackout and Funeral for a Friend.
During the recent photoshoot with Faith Guitars, Gaze explained that although Lostprophets don’t use acoustic guitars live, his Faith FNCETB Neptune is ideal for songwriting and it “plays and sounds better than his previous main acoustic.”
Lostprophets are currently on tour promoting their forthcoming album Weapons, playing numerous dates across the UK, Europe and the US.