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Thanks for all the replies and nice words via email and here.
I've gotten quite a bit of interest. The problem is that everyone except a couple...
I've gotten some good interest. Not enough right now to fully commit, but it's enough that I haven't discarded the idea. Thoughts and...
See this thread for more info... Originally I was thinking...
Few questions that have come up in PM's:
Q: Can I get a different brand of pickup?
A: I love Lollars pickups and I'm using them. If you want...
So I'm contemplating doing another run of my electric guitars. I'm thinking ten of them. I'm going to be a bit of a stick in the mud about some...
Awesome! I'm glad you're enjoying it.
I've been tossing around the idea of doing another run of ten of the single pup guitars.
You guys are too nice.
I appreciate the nice words on my work. I'm thrilled you all are still out there rocking the guitars I made.
Thanks for the nice words. I'm glad you're enjoying the guitar.
I am indeed no longer making the electrics. I have one in finish right now and...
Last one off for finish the healdsburg show.
Inlay by Jimmi Wingert.
Thanks! I like the look of natural bling as well. Something earthy and elegant. This guitar reminds me of autumn with the colors. Here is a...
I suppose a cool rosette needs a matching endgraft yeah?
Thanks. From start to finish (it wasn't all done in one sitting) I bet I have around 15-17 hours of work in on this rosette.
I got a commission to build a LS redwood 00 guitar. I decided to make it into a new model I'll be debuting at healdsburg. The rosette was...
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Thanks! I really enjoyed that guitar. MCK was/is a pleasure to deal with.
David is incredibly talented and has quite the eye for design sense. Congrats on your guitar. I'm sure it will give a lifetime of enjoyment!
Norman is growing like crazy! Quite the big place now. Has 2 different music stores. I'm technically living in Oklahoma City now although it's...
Nope. I worked for Bourgeois, and McPherson, but I build Vintage Gibson style guitars cause they are what I get inspired by.
I worked for McPherson for a couple years.
There was only few guitars out of 800 or more that I though were really good sounding instruments. In...
Very accurate. They were directly copied from a 58' junior I used to own.
The only thing that I changed that you have asked about is the "edge...
Bummer the original Lollars are gone! I Loved those... but hey Some like Chocolate, some like vanilla.
Let me know if I can help out in anyway.
Called a "Back Graft" by most. It's there just to increase stability of the center seam on the back joint.
Speaking from a builders perspective I would give a big thumbs up for The fusion. Chuck has a great design, and I would go for it if I were you!...
Thanks. That one has an Australian blackwood top (not so black eh?) it's a cousin to Koa. Very pretty. It was supposed to be an acoustic back...