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Old 04-05-2021, 05:01 PM
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That is just stunning...as usual.
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Old 04-06-2021, 06:28 AM
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I'm losing track of how many times while perusing Mark's build threads that I've thought to myself "that is the most beautiful guitar Mark has built to date". His latest Josie Tree has me repeating that mantra again.
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Old 04-06-2021, 06:42 AM
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I'm losing track of how many times while perusing Mark's build threads that I've thought to myself "that is the most beautiful guitar Mark has built to date". His latest Josie Tree has me repeating that mantra again.
I have to agree with this statement 100%.
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Old 04-06-2021, 08:42 AM
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I have to agree with this statement 100%.
Count me in

It is a matter of taste and preferences, but Marks designs tick many boxes for me.
And what a good thing tastes differ. ... else we all would be after the same guitars...

Like the saying goes..
So many beautiful women, so little time
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So many beautiful guitars, so little time (and money)

... hope thatís not offending...
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:41 AM
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That is just stunning...as usual.
Thanks Jamiejoon!

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I'm losing track of how many times while perusing Mark's build threads that I've thought to myself "that is the most beautiful guitar Mark has built to date". His latest Josie Tree has me repeating that mantra again.
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I have to agree with this statement 100%.
Thanks Doug and Tom, chasing the next most beautiful isnít a bad way to make a living! Thank you for the support.

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Count me in

It is a matter of taste and preferences, but Marks designs tick many boxes for me.
And what a good thing tastes differ. ... else we all would be after the same guitars...

Like the saying goes..
So many beautiful women, so little time
Could be
So many beautiful guitars, so little time (and money)

... hope thatís not offending...
Thanks Lonzo!
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I've been quietly working away these past several weeks french polishing the top of this "Tree" Josie small jumbo. I am now getting to the last steps in this process:



I've also been picking away at some of the other final details like mounting the gold Waverly slot head tuners with Snakewood buttons:



I'm really looking forward to seeing this fat lady sing!
Familiar swoosh on that tail! Beautiful guitar indeed.
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