Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by Ed DeGenaro, Mar 7, 2008.
Damn fine. LOVE the color!!!!!!
Mighty fine, Ed!
cept I don't like how he goes from the marble look to solid under the tail piece. Would look better if it was the marble look all the way down.
I don't think that's a marble finish... I think that's a solid red and the "marble" is actually a reflection of whatever was facing the guitar. Carved top + shiny finish = reflection city.
Look at this picture:
You can see the strings in the reflection as well.... the builder just did a really good job buffing that badboy!
I also thought it was reflection.
in THAT case .. it's just an orange arch top ... B O R I N G....
....I like the marble!
yeah .. it's pretty - but the marble look would be something special... very art deco.
he has MANY killer models
Very Nice... Beautiful and drop dead gorgeous!
Yes very sweet! Look in the dealers Emporium for two used Marchione's we have available!
I second that Damn!
Funny, but the uncovered 'bucker looks awfully rock and roll for a jazz guitar.
I saw Mark Whitfield play this guitar yesterday.
Was at a Chris Botti concert.
Was actually wondering what guitar he was playing.....now i know.
I see a strong Jimmy D'Aquisto influence.
Yes! We have Herbie Hancock's 17" up for sale in the dealers emporium now. Huge savings and no waiting! Joshua
Yes the influence is there,,,the one we have for sale in the Dealers emporium now is a rare X brace ( 1 of only three) he built for JK (Herbie Hancock's guitarist) and very much in the D'Aquisto/D'Angelico style. Joshua
these are just outstanding looking guitars!
We just listed a Marchione Carve Top in the dealers emporium in addition to the 17" Marchione Archtop! Since you are in Louisiana, think about coming over to audition the instruments, and I will arrange a tour of Stephens studio for you as well!