This has been the busiest fall ever, and I like it! So many cool projects taking shape. The early fall guitars are either being set up or the finishes are being prepped for polishing. Some will ship in the next week or two. The late fall guitars are all assembled and about to enter the […]

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Things are full throttle here at the shop with 6 guitars in the paint process, and another 5 in late construction phase. Wow lots of amazing instrument projects taking shape. Huge productive days between the three of us. We are snapping pics at every chance, not much time to sort… I kind of have to […]

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So ok, I admit…  this post is outrageously fat and a bit overwhelming…. there is SO much going on in the shop. All the early fall guitars are in paint, late fall guitars are fully under construction. My assistant Gio has a training project thats going great. I am doing a couple prototype instruments that […]

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Assembly on all the fall guitars is a wrap, and I’ve moved onto the staining steps. This is always a really inspiring time in the build process since all the grain and figure in the woods pop to life and are greatly enhanced. These are all hand applied alcohol stains, with usually 2-3 combinations of […]

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Its always nice to hear that people are enjoying the guitar I made for them, but this note from my guy Pete in Philly really made me smile. It’s great knowing that theres a guitar out there that i put together that is now part of someone’s musical journey. REALLY satisfying.       Victor, […]

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Now that all the summer projects are delivered, things are in full swing on the fall projects. This is gonna be a really cool series of guitars as well! They are just about through the construction phase, a few more assembly steps here and there. Then they will move into the sanding and detailing stage […]

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