Thank you James,jmdlister wrote:...If you're ever near Sheffield, you're very welcome to drop by for a visit...
Thanks for the comments. Not sure if we've cornered the market (yet!), but there's a lot of good makers here these days.guitarra8a wrote:James,
Visited your website. Very nice guitars you're building over there in England. What is it about Englishmen and guitars? It seems that English Luthiers have the corner market on refined, sweet sounding guitars.
She looks beautiful James... and I'm sure she sounds as good as she looks.jmdlister wrote:
Here's a Bird's-eye maple guitar I made a few years ago:
There's a discussion on the relative tones of maple and rosewood here:cancon wrote:JDL, your guitars are gorgeous. I especially like the looks of the flamed maple. How does the tone compare to the usual Indian rosewood?
When I can afford one, I would love to contact you. Do you ship overseas? My location is Canada.
I hadn't heard about the "members-in-every-city hostel" system - sign me up! It would be great to stop over in Miami - but I'm already very nervous about travelling with 2 guitars, so I'm minimising the risk of loss/damage (I hope) by flying direct. Thanks very much for the offer though.Azalais wrote:James, if you want to sign up for the Delcamp "members-in-every-city hostel" system... and add a layover in Miami to your itinerary... just say the word!
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