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Apologies for not getting last month’s Newsletter done. It has been a very busy first six months of the year for us. This was especially so with the launch of the new Martin Taylor Joya, and the subsequent ‘tsunami’ of orders received. That being the case, and being a very small team, it has been ‘all hands to the pump’. Simply put, getting the guitars finished to fulfill customer orders, was of a higher priority than writing an editorial. So now, with a bit of light at the end of the tunnel, we can take time out to catch up on other things - writing an editorial for our monthly Newsletter, being just one.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers for waiting patiently for their guitars. Given the numerous positive messages we have received back from happy customers, we have been repeatedly assured that the wait was definitely worthwhile. Those messages are truly appreciated, and makes what we are doing all worthwhile. Satisfied customers make all the hard work and attention to detail worth every minute.

So concurrent with producing Martin’s Joya, it was great to get some of our other models finished and dispatched to some very patient customers. It was also a treat to get down to see the chaps at Guitar Village recently. While there, we dropped off a few Chiquitas, and a prototype, carved top, deep bodied Diablo.


We have also been working on some very special guitars for some very special players....a stunning 17” thinline archtop, loaded with a handwound Monty’s floating humbucker, finished in a bister sunburst. The other, a carved top, thinline Diablo finished in antique pale walnut, and loaded with a pair of handwound OX4 humbuckers. More information on both these models coming soon!

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