Home

Registrant Organization: GUITAR GALLERY

btw. Your guitar pics are familiar? You are guitarman23, aren´t you?

Too low to display


For clips tho', I prefer Al Petteway at DreamGuitars.

The "shop," as someone said above, is at her house, and appears to be a generous, converted two-card garage, humdity and temp controlled. It's a nondescript house in a nondescript residential neighborhood that could be Anywhere, USA. Unlike Gruhn, where they ignore you, and Artisan, where they swamp you with tonewood physics, Robins just--lets you play. To her, what matters is not whether its Brazilian or Indian or quilted or The Tree or forward-X or shaved ladder bracing. What matters is what is sounds like and plays like to you. She is generous with her knowledge but nevery pushy and meets your demand for information. In another 40 years, when I buy another guitar, I would buy again from Robin and ignore the others.

Classroom benches are hand made and custom designed for efficiency. Ask anyone who has visited the Galloup shop: they are impressed by the level of professionalism, organization and the attention to detail. All this is reflected in the quality of Galloup Guitars, and these advantages benefit every Galloup School student, too!

Lovely guitar you have there as well Thank you Jamie!!!!

  • 09-08-2006, 08:49 AM
    Big Poppa
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by robelinda2
    yeah there should just be modern EBMM's here. no point in seeing EVH's. though they look mighty cool! was the EVH available for an upgrade back then??

    Hey guys I appreciate the love for the axes but I am trying to keep the hijacking down to epic proportions! There is a pic of my guitar thread that works great!
  • Kirk Sand Nylon String Guitar: Richard Smith Jazz

    The "shop," as someone said above, is at her house, and appears to be a generous, converted two-card garage, humdity and temp controlled. It's a nondescript house in a nondescript residential neighborhood that could be Anywhere, USA. Unlike Gruhn, where they ignore you, and Artisan, where they swamp you with tonewood physics, Robin just--lets you play. To her, what matters is not whether its Brazilian or Indian or quilted or The Tree or forward-X or shaved ladder bracing. What matters is what it sounds like and plays like to you. She is generous with her knowledge but nevery pushy and meets your demand for information. In another 40 years, when I buy another guitar, I would buy again from Robin and ignore the others.

    Bryan’s years as an educator are supported by long experience in the shop. His background includes tool and die making, machining, cabinetry and furniture, machinery restoration and of course instrument building. This shop experience is essential to the operation of Galloup Guitars, a 5500 sq. ft. climate controlled environment that houses a full range of major woodworking machinery. These tools are always in proper working order, meeting ridgid safety requirements and offering students a healthy work environment.