We don't have paid endorsers.  These are all customers who were gracious enough to pay for their instruments, and love them enough to send a picture and say what they think about them for other people. 

 

Andrew Marlin - "Mandolin Orange"

Andrew Marlin - Mandolin Orange

Andrew Marlin - Mandolin Orange

-Custom Shop 000

-Model HD shade top

  When you play a classic guitar from the 1930's and early 40's, every note possesses saturation that goes way beyond just bass response. There is an entire frequency range and a wisdom forged into the wood over time, allowing it to meet the tonal demands of any player regardless of style. Wes' and Ben's Pre-War line doesn't just technically emulate the guitars from that era, their instruments embody the sound that time has taken 80 years to perfect.

Joseph Terrell - "Mipso"

Joseph Terrell - Mipso

Joseph Terrell - Mipso

-Model HD

-Model J

There's a big difference between making a good new guitar and making a guitar in the spirit of a prewar Martin or Gibson. The latter is a lot harder. The result is not just a shiny, guitar-shaped thing, but an instrument with cohesion and a real personality. You can tell when they're built with knowledge and love and attention to detail. Wes and Ben knock it out of the park.

Chris Frank - "Red Clay Ramblers"

Chris Frank - Red Clay Ramblers

Chris Frank - Red Clay Ramblers

-Model J

-NL Special

"This Model J is an extraordinary guitar- it sounds and feels like it is 80 years old, amazing."