“ My favorite PRS’ are the Hollowbody I's and II’s. I have been playing my HB II for nearly 20 years. To this day when I'm rocking on stage feeling the body harness a screaming note through the f-holes and the guitar literally feels like its about to explode… I needless to say, NEVER want to let that note go! This guitar (along with several other prs' ) is one of my primary studio and touring guitars because of the unique comfortability, sustain, clarity, and beauty that are these instruments. I can walk into any studio session or live performance with a PRS on hand and cover just about all the ground I need, with compliments on my tone from musicians and producers.”

Internationally ranked a Top 10 EDM (electronic dance music) Guitarist by (, Marcus Rezak’s diversity lands him many live and studio session across the globe. As lead guitarist with several well-known cutting edge groups including Digital Tape Machine, North American Scum, and The Hue, Marcus carves out a unique niche in the world of Guitar. He has performed at major music festivals across the globe in various genres including all forms of EDM, Rock n Roll, Soul, Funk, and Jazz . His current band Digital Tape Machine tours behind their debut LP, “Be Here Now” now available on iTunes as well as their critically acclaimed 2014 EP “Omens”. The Hue, Marcus’ original progressive rock band released 2 albums entitled, “Unscene”, and “Beyond Words” and peaked at a performance with the Aristocrats. Marcus has performed with members of The Aristocrats, Mike Keneally, Chris Poland, Jake Cinninger, Project Object, Umphreys Mcgee, Lettuce, Eoto, SCI, Garaj Mahal and many others. In addition to live performance, Marcus focuses heavily on remote and live studio guitar tracking, editing, and mixing sessions working with a variety of artists, composers, and producers including grammy-winning songwriter Jeff Franzel and producer John Ovnik, and more. Marcus Rezak has a B.M. from Berklee College of Music in Boston, and a M.M. degree in Jazz Composition from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.