In 2008 Tommy and Stephen Davy founded DjangoGuitars; a purpose-built specialty shop and preservation hub that brings a deeply-rooted European sensibility to the American guitar market. There are over 150 DjangoGuitars self-produced brand items and accessories offered. Tommy has restored and adjusted some of the most highly regarded and valuable vintage guitars. Tommy’s clientele includes discerning artists and connoisseurs such as Boulou Ferre, Andy Summers, Pat Metheny, Nile Rodgers, Willie Nelson, Angelo Debarre, Stephane Wrembel, Johnny Rosenberg, Stochelo Rosenberg.
In January of 2020 Tommy launched his own Gypsy-Jazz signature model in collaboration with Altamira Guitars.
Notable instruments in his collection will be featured in the upcoming Favino book by Patrice Veillon and Arnaud Legrand. In Los Angeles in 2017 Tommy produced and presented vintage instruments in a live interactive presentation on the history of Django Reinhardt featuring author/Django expert Michael Dregni. Tommy is a recurring contributor to Acoustic Guitar Magazine on the subject of Gypsy Jazz guitars.
As a musician, Mr. Davy has accompanied and performed in concert with principal international artists including Angelo Debarre, Gismo Graf, Tcha Limberger, Lolo Meier, Florin Niculescu, Boulou Ferre. He studied independently and extensively with masters Angelo Debarre, Petro Ivanovitch, Ernest Bango, Frank Anastasio and Serge Camps.