An experiment where all materials are Eco friendly and/or USA sourced.
This guitar gave me a lot of trouble but still ended up feeling and sounding great.
This guitar started with a call from a friend about a burl table in our local thrift shop.
A vintage inspired guitar with some modern touches. Also I love pink.
A quick project inspired by a prefectly sized claro walnut billet.
Another experiment, this time with very strange pickups and a very green burst.
I found this cool one-piece top on a road trip in the Pacific Northwest.
Wenge is one of my favorite woods and this one-piece top was stunning.
All Black Limba and East Indian Rosewood, All The Time.
A very light guitar made from found PNW woods.
This headless experiment actually has a small nub headstock for string anchors.
A headless experiment with interesting electronics and design.
Just how thin can you make a guitar? Very thin. Half an inch around the edges.
Simple guitar inspired by my friend Sheldon's split body electric basses.
A very light one-piece swamp ash body made even lighter with chambering.
Local red gum and claro carved body with some interesting details.
My first customer ordered instrument and it turned out great.
My take on the "neon green singlecut guitar with beard hair finish and weird electronics" classic we've all seen so many times.
I built this carved top and back bass while setting up my first shop.
Some of the guitars made prior to my triumphant return to California.
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