Christopher Webb

Milk Teeth

"I've been a fan of Marshall amps ever since I started playing guitar. I love how you can listen to a record and know if it's a Marshall. They've just got that sound. I play a Marshall JCM800 with 1960 A and B cabs. For the sort of music we play I needed something loud with a huge range. And I certainly got it."

Relentless touring across the UK, Europe and the US, coupled with the release of 2016's debut album 'Vile Child', the band have seen not only a steady growth in their already passionate fan base, but growth in their own abilities too - going from strength to strength each touring cycle.

You like catchy punk rock tunes, full of fuzz and massive choruses? Milk Teeth are the band for you. With influences ranging from 90's alt-rock and grunge bands like Hole, Pixies and Dinosaur Jr, with a distinctly British edge to it, Milk Teeth are made up of vocalist/bassist Becky Blomfield, drummer Oliver Holbrook, guitarist/vocalist Billy Hutton, and guitarist Christopher Webb.

Armed with arguably one of the most imposing Marshall rigs, Chris uses the 2203 JCM800 head, coupled with 1960A and B cabinets:

"I've been a fan of Marshall amps ever since I started playing guitar. I love how you can listen to a record and know if it's a Marshall. They've just got that sound. I play a Marshall JCM800 with 1960 A and B cabs. For the sort of music we play I needed something loud with a huge range. And I certainly got it."

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