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Old 08-30-2023, 09:04 PM
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My goodness, thatís an incredibly elegant instrument! Just beautiful, guys. Hope you have fun and success at BIG!
Aww Mike, it wonít be the same this year without you. But weíll try and put the best face on it. Thanks for your kindness!
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Old 08-31-2023, 03:44 AM
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Thanks everyone for the very kind words. We rushed out a video before BIG in case she doesn't come home with us. We hope you enjoy it!

This one popped up on my YT notifications - looks great, sounds even better and I loved the Deep Purple tease at the end - a versatile 00 indeed!!

Congrats on this milestone. Seeing the amazing work you are doing makes me very humbled to be the owner of #009.
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Thanks everyone for the very kind words. We rushed out a video before BIG in case she doesn't come home with us. We hope you enjoy it!

Sounds fantastic, Ryan! And some pretty decent picking, Steve. Nicely done all the way around.
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Spectacular build, gentlemen way to GO for #200!!!

I, too love the Bubinga accents. And the entire guitar is BEAUTIFUL Nice playing too! SMOKIN’. Hahaha

I expect this to MOVE FAST at B.I.G.

Have a blast.

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This one popped up on my YT notifications - looks great, sounds even better and I loved the Deep Purple tease at the end - a versatile 00 indeed!!
Congrats on this milestone. Seeing the amazing work you are doing makes me very humbled to be the owner of #009.
Thanks boom, Iím glad you checked in. As for 009, you have the prototype of our FS model, so hold onto it. In about 150-200 years that should really be worth something! 😂

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Sounds fantastic, Ryan! And some pretty decent picking, Steve. Nicely done all the way around.
Again, our thanks David!

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Spectacular build, gentlemen way to GO for #200!!!
I, too love the Bubinga accents. And the entire guitar is BEAUTIFUL Nice playing too! SMOKINí. Hahaha
I expect this to MOVE FAST at B.I.G.

Have a blast.

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Steve and Ryanís work is second to none in IMHO. I did a student build there last year. A dreadnaught with prewar ingredients and it sounds as good as any Martin Iíve owned. Oh and great guys too!
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That is just wow!
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I played that guitar at BIG. It has one of the deepest and loudest voices I've experienced in that size guitar. Also very easy to play guitar and impressive to look at in person.
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Old 09-06-2023, 08:16 PM
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Steve and Ryanís work is second to none in IMHO. I did a student build there last year. A dreadnaught with prewar ingredients and it sounds as good as any Martin Iíve owned. Oh and great guys too!
Melvin, good to hear from you, and thanks for the vote of confidence!

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I played that guitar at BIG. It has one of the deepest and loudest voices I've experienced in that size guitar. Also very easy to play guitar and impressive to look at in person.
Thanks for coming by our table, Bob, and taking her for a spin.
We are gratified it made a good impression!
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I didn't quite get a chance to play this one. It looked very stunning in person!
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Old 09-07-2023, 06:34 AM
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Congratulations Steve and Ryan on this spectacular 00 for your #200 build! I love the premiums woods selected and other special design elements used for this guitar.

I'm fortunate to have had the opportunity to play this guitar in a quiet (patio) setting at B.I.G. IV. This brand new guitar already has a beautiful sound which will open up even more as it is played-in.

The lucky person who ends up with #200 will enjoy a lifetime treasure of a guitar!


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Old 09-07-2023, 11:54 AM
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I didn't quite get a chance to play this one. It looked very stunning in person!
Thanks Sam, and wouldn’t it look even better abiding in your guitar room?

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Congratulations Steve and Ryan on this spectacular 00 for your #200 build! I love the premiums woods selected and other special design elements used for this guitar.
I'm fortunate to have had the opportunity to play this guitar in a quiet (patio) setting at B.I.G. IV. This brand new guitar already has a beautiful sound which will open up even more as it is played-in.

The lucky person who ends up with #200 will enjoy a lifetime treasure of a guitar!

Doug
Ooh, wouldn’t this make a fine gift for Cheryl?
Thank you Doug for the kind words.
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