The main mission of my website is to
eventually cover every obscure and unique electric guitar brand that
exists or ever existed. Theoretically anyone could use this site to find out
history, dating information, color charts, price lists, photo galleries, model
names, facts and info, On Line catalogs etc etc. This site is already by far
the largest guitar related site on the internet. I realize that to accomplish
my eventual goal and cover all the obscure brands the site will still have to
grow to be about 7 times the size it already is.
I also realize that even if I did cover every single itsy
bitsy bit of information that was ever out there people would still surf the net
just because of human nature. Also I have my own unique slant on things, I am
very opinionated sometimes to the point of mega relentlessness.
I have gone to a great deal of trouble to try to educate my
customers about which years to look for and what to be on the lookout for
Paul Reed Smith &
The information that I have posted is very detailed and guaranteed not to be
printed in any commercial magazines that rely on advertiser dollars for
revenue. (I tell it like it is. I answer to no one)
I have made it my life's work to present new and super cool
products. I am not impressed by the old guard. In fact I am bored with it. I
will continue to try to find new smaller builders who care more about quality
I would sincerely appreciate it if you would consider going
to the respective brands home page at my site and following the numerous links
that I have put there.
PRS HOME PAGE
Many Interesting Links regarding PRS.
PAGE Many Interesting Links regarding Steinberger.
I just had to let you know that I am just blown away by what
you are doing --- promoting real quality instruments as opposed to mass-produced
garbage. I remember when one local guitar store dealt
Alembic back in the 80's. I thought they
had probably gone belly up, but was pleasantly surprised to see that they are
doing quite well.
I have been slowly perusing your website, and have learned a
ton. My outlook on guitars has changed radically. I used to think that to get a
quality instrument at a price I can afford (professional musician) I would have
to settle for something not too attractive, but that has a decent sound.
Now I know about all these hungry young companies
making axes that blow PRS away for so much less. (I would've bought an 80's
Kramer over a PRS because of quality/price, for example.) I used to go to
Guitar Center and drool, but I went last week and
thought: "all overpriced crap". Most of my friends are also musicians, and I am
a totally converted person. I will be spreading the 'good news'!
Jason from Michigan