Todd Sharp (born in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and founder of Todd Sharp Amplifiers. He began touring with Hall & Oates in 1975 as their lead guitarist at the age of 19. He has also toured with Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie and Mick Fleetwood, Bob Welch, Carlene Carter, David Crosby, Rod Stewart, Delbert McClinton, Bonnie Raitt, and Eric Clapton. As a solo artist, Sharp released two records Who Am I on MCA in 1986 and Walking All The Way on Wanna Play Records in 2002. His songwriting credits include the Top Ten Hit "Got A Hold On Me” with Christine McVie and Juice Newton’s “A Little Love.” In addition to his performance career, Sharp has been a master of electronics and amplifiers since 1963, opening Nashville Amplifier Service in 1994 performing expert repairs, restorations, and modifications to electric guitar amps. In 2016, Sharp launched Todd Sharp Amplifiers, with the flagship model the JOAT 20RT receiving the Editors' Pick Award from Guitar Player Magazine.
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