Yanuziello/wait begins/kudos to Joe

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by rosscoep, Jan 11, 2008.


  1. rosscoep

    rosscoep Member

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    Just sent off the deposit for my Yanuziello Electric. 6 months-tic-tock... Joe has been a real pleasure to deal with via email and was very responsive to my questions and ideas-all during the holidays. Check him out at.

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  2. yeast2000

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    Bill Frisell plays (or used to) this, right? Is he still playing it?
     
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    He was playing one when I saw him Solo at Grace Cathedral last March. He says he played it on Floratone. There is a photo of him with his on Joe's website. I will be getting the stop tailpiece rather than the wooden bridge.Solid paint. Black over blue.
     
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    Wow those look like some noce guitars, lets here about it when it comes.
    good choice.
     
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    Smart move on ordering a Yanuziello...and on going for the stop tailpiece. Joe's metalwork is like fine jewelery, and it sounds great, too.
     
  7. rosscoep

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    Look at these examples from Joe Y's site and folkway music

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    Pretty cool looking stuff. What's the story on the pickups?
     
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    The pups are Lindy Fralins. Like old Dearmond single coils. Joe crafts the stainless covers himself. And handcrafts the bridge.
     

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