We’re about to send this Terz style Little Silver off to Jon in York,
Originally Jon was going for a highly contrasting black/white look with the maple, Engelman and ebony but when it got to the spray room he decided he’d like to go for this lemon shade.
The guitar has a short 560 mm scale and is tuned G to G, three semitones above standard pitch,
The black tuners are Schertlers.
Tim collected his all koa Lamorna in 2021 and decided to add a baritone Blackwater to keep it company! Here’s a full length shot, it has a 680 mm scale and is tuned C to C.
A close up of the European spruce top
With English walnut back and sides. Tim couldn’t make it over in time for this post but he’ll get a photo to us for the February news.
Another Blackwater here for Coda, this one with an Alaskan cyprus top
And figured bubinga back and sides.
Good to see Justin Hawkins playing a Brook on a couple of the Christmas editions of his very popular YouTube channel Justin Hawkins Rides Again!
Musician John Forrester got in touch to tell us he’d bumped into a couple in a micro pub near Canterbury and after a while the conversation turned to their favorite guitar – which, in both cases I was pleased to hear, turned out to be Brooks!
Local musician Johnny Fuller brought in this very nice Collings archtop for a fret dress, set up and to fit a Fishman pickup.
Andy’s still working on re-fixing those Martin binding jobs.
He took these photos on his phone on the way to work the other day during the cold spell.
Here’s the latest batch of guitars in the spray shop awaiting their final coats.
Just a reminder that we still have a rosewood Lyn here at the workshop for sale.
See you next month!