Thanks D. Cochran
Just bought a black electric les paul copy Kona from Wholesale Guitars in Richmond. Great guy, that Steve cat btw - you picked a good guy to represent your stuff.A thousand thanks,Anthony "Wop" MercadanteLead singer/lead guitarist of "The Kind Eye"PS - I was just out looking for some tuners to fix my other guitar when I found Steve's store. He sold me on that guitar of yours and so far, so good. I certainly am impressed with the quality vs the cost, to be sure. Peace!
And, yeah, Steve was tres cool. Bought the guitar, took it home, and immediately messed it up = I transferred my GK-2a pickup from my Guitar Works guitar with the bad tuners to the Kona... had to spin the tunomatic around in doing so... and I SO screwed the setup doing it. I took it back to him and he set it up right there on the spot and after hours.
Hello, I just wanted to send you guys/gals an email letting you know that a recent costumer is extremely happy :). I have been playin banjo for about two years now, and the first banjo I bought was a beginner's banjo. And my teacher was telling me that I need to consider getting a better banjo. I search and search and search.....I looked at reviews to see what other had to say. While on playingbetterbluegrass.com I came across the Morgan Monroe Olympus. I will not lie the neck attracted me to it first, but after reading I seemed very interested. I then asked about the banjo and what other might have to say about it. What most people were saying were to get a Gibson they are better. So I did that............I went with my feeling and got the Morgan Monroe Olympus, and let me tell you I have not put it down. It is just beautiful. My banjo teacher has a 15 year old top of the line Deering and my Morgan blows it away, and I mean sound, and action of the neck. Why people just go with names is unknown. I bought a Gibson Les Paul and I am trying to sell it so I can get another Morgan Monroe banjo.Please keep up the great workThanksMudskipper Cory