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  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    Damn fine. LOVE the color!!!!!!
     
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    that's gorgeous

    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.

    exquisite work!
     
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    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. :D


    Look at this picture:

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    You can see the strings in the reflection as well.... the builder just did a really good job buffing that badboy! ;)
     
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    I also thought it was reflection.
     
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    DUH! :jo :(

    in THAT case .. it's just an orange arch top ... B O R I N G.... ;)

    ....I like the marble! :BluesBros

    yeah .. it's pretty - but the marble look would be something special... very art deco.
     
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    he has MANY killer models

    Mark Whitfield
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    Very Nice... Beautiful and drop dead gorgeous!
     
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    Yes very sweet! Look in the dealers Emporium for two used Marchione's we have available!

    joshua
     
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    I second that Damn!
     
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    Funny, but the uncovered 'bucker looks awfully rock and roll for a jazz guitar.
     
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    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.

    :rotflmao
     
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    I see a strong Jimmy D'Aquisto influence.
     
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    Yes! We have Herbie Hancock's 17" up for sale in the dealers emporium now. Huge savings and no waiting! Joshua
     
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    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
     
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    these are just outstanding looking guitars!
     
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    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!

    Joshua
     

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