Just a little humor. I meant no disrespect. It is nice to have options readily available, and you definitely have earned it.
I took no offense at all. I've never been able to go back and forth between cedar and spruce so I've always just owned one guitar at a time. I'll be selling the cedar pretty soon.
I bought my first Traphagen in 1980, but didn't actually make it to Bellingham until some years later. I loved the short time I spent there.Peter Frary wrote: ↑Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:47 amBeautiful guitar. Congratulations! When I was a guitar student at Bellingham (WWU) in the 1970s Dake used to come to our masterclasses to show off his guitars. I really wanted one but needed to get a real job to pay for it. Glad he's still building and making great instruments.