Welcome to my blog

While I am in the process of rebuilding my stylish and easy to navigate ‘official’ website, you will find this blog a kind of basement storeroom for lots of stuff that I haven’t found room for ‘upstairs’ at http://www.gwguitars.com. Archive pictures of my old guitars that I managed to salvage from the old website before it went down, bits of writing began but mostly unfinished, collections of links – mostly unrelated. Feel free to have a browse. Don’t expect to find anything and maybe you will.

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5 Responses to “Welcome to my blog”

  1. Johnd246 May 1, 2014 at 11:54 pm #

    I appreciate you sharing this article.Thanks Again. Really Cool. ecdkgdadedee

  2. Hans ivens October 3, 2016 at 9:03 am #

    Hey dude I bought a telecaster from you about 3-4 years ago. It was a telecaster with I think you put humbucker pick ups. You were selling it for $2000 and sold it to me for $1000 because of the knick on it. It was dull black tone with gold fleur de lis imprinted. That was my baby and my fingers have never felt right on my new telecasters after playing that guitar, it was stolen by an old junky friend of mine who I thought was a friend and bass player. I searched every pawn shop in Nola. Btw you sold it to me at Nola music exchange rip. Maybe a replica can be made?

    • Public display name October 3, 2016 at 9:17 am #

      Hi hans. I’m afraid you’re mistaking me for someone else. I don’t really deal with electric guitars and I’ve never been to nola. I hope you get your guitar back.

  3. John Cipriano February 9, 2017 at 1:39 am #

    Dear sir I’ve been wondering as to the prices of a basic concert level Flamenco Blanca Spruce and Cypress with geared pegs thank you actually heard a flamenco of yours on YouTube being played by Ogilvie it had a maple back and sides which is better for flamenco guitar sir for a Blanca guitar I mean

  4. John Cipriano February 22, 2017 at 8:01 pm #

    Hello Gideon I just bought a 2008 viegert Flamenco Cypress still smells unbelievable is that a rosewood fretboard as it is brownish and is that French polish on a guitar as opposed to lacquer I see myself buying a classical from you thank you

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