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Old 06-02-2013, 09:38 AM
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That is a great looking guitar.
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Amazing thread, gorgeous photos, great job well done

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Amazing thread, gorgeous photos, great job well done

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Old 06-04-2013, 02:39 PM
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Wow. And another WOW for good measure. It looks and sounds amazing. I am having second thoughts about bringing the Hurricane Sandy guitar when we meet this weekend! I don't know if it stands up to this level of excellence!
I love your headstock. It is one of my favorites of all that I have seen.
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Old 06-05-2013, 04:45 AM
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Wow. And another WOW for good measure. It looks and sounds amazing. I am having second thoughts about bringing the Hurricane Sandy guitar when we meet this weekend! I don't know if it stands up to this level of excellence!
I love your headstock. It is one of my favorites of all that I have seen.
Hi Tony,

Thanks! I have always have gotten mixed reviews of this headstock.
People seem to love it or hate it but at least it always seems to evoke a response. I have since come out with an alternative headstock that's more conventional. So a customer can choose and there are bridge designs to go with either.
I look forward to meeting you Sunday and please do bring your Hurricane Sandy guitar!

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Old 06-05-2013, 05:06 AM
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The work is fastidious, very detailed. I'd like to try one of these sometime.

The headstock isn't my cup of tea, but if the sound is there...whatever.

Nice looking guitar.

J
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:47 AM
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Hi Tony,

Thanks! I have always have gotten mixed reviews of this headstock.
People seem to love it or hate it but at least it always seems to evoke a response. I have since come out with an alternative headstock that's more conventional. So a customer can choose and there are bridge designs to go with either.
I look forward to meeting you Sunday and please do bring your Hurricane Sandy guitar!

Thanks Again
Mark
Mark,
I like the headstock's look and I ESPECIALLY like that the strings are straight from the tuner to the nut.

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I like the headstock's look and I ESPECIALLY like that the strings are straight from the tuner to the nut.

Jimmy
Thanks J and Jimmy,

I like a straighter line to the tuners too. My newer headstock is fairly straight as well

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Old 06-05-2013, 06:10 PM
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I'll be bringing it for sure. Hopefully, I'll have time to do any adjustments I need to do.
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Thank you Mark for always sharing your work with us on AGF. I, for one, find these threads some of the most wonderful things to spend my time browsing and admiring.
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