We’d like to advise our customers that workshop visits are by appointment only now.
If there’s a sure sign that Autumn’s almost upon us it’s the dew on the cobwebs in the morning in the orchard.
We forgot to photograph the rosewood and Sitka Torridge before Andy took it up to Project Music earlier in the month.
So they sent us these two of the guitar in the Exeter shop,
Thanks for the photos guys!
On the subject of Project Music – Alan and Hugh came down to the shop and they each bought a Taw.
They popped into the workshop a few weeks ago to have a look around and check out where their guitars were made!
Two new stock guitars this month: This figured mahogany and Sitka Torridge
And this rosewood and Sitka Taw.
Michelle sent us a copy of her very fine collection of songs chosen from her wide repertoire: from traditional material to a Lowell George classic – all skilfully accompanied by Bonz. We thoroughly recommend it. Michelle has a cherry Torridge.
Here’s a photo of Tulley with his new Lynher by the Yellowstone river and another taken at Albertsons Market with a few pals. He wrote “Can’t thank you enough for the beautiful work you do!”.
Tom Schultz from Colorado is using the guitar we made for him in 2015 for the video and recording of this well known Shakespeare sonnet.
And appropriately here he is in front of Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.
We’ve started drawing out the plans for 12 fret options for the Tamar and Lamorna to help James Filkins from Michigan choose his new Brook.
Sam and George had a musical get-together, pooling the four Brooks they have between them.
John sent this holiday snap, good to see John taking his Teign out for an airing!
Gareth sent his twenty year old yew Bovey down to us after it had taken a rather severe knock. Not an entirely invisible repair but everything’s back in place, the broken braces have been repaired and it’s playing perfectly again.