good evening Pete. I sent you a massage earlier about my intention to purchase one of your Cardinal resonators. Hope the message has got through to you.|
The model shown on your site is exactly what I would like to have. Cheers. Michel
Hi Pete. Hope you're still well. Just messaging you to see if you're still about and doing upgrades to budget tricone resonators. |
Most useful site yet . . . have been looking for info on Supro-badged resonators from around the '70s to '80s era. This is the only site that has been of any practical help. Please keep up the good work - and thank you to all who have contributed.
Hello Pete, Do you have an Asbury resonator concert ukulele for sale? If so how much and how much to send to Edinburgh? Thanks.|
Good afternoon Pete, I have been meaning to email you concerning a beautiful guitar you made for a former neighbour who sold it on to me last year. It's a Light blue 2 tone Les Paul and the young man in question has now gone on to study music in London.|
If you recall the instrument, it would be wonderful to know more about it in terms of the materials used and the electrics etc.Sorry to say I have no picture to send on but would clearly do so if required.
Regards, John Martin.
Administrator: Hi John,
I've checked my records but can't see that I've ever built a blue Les Paul type guitar. Are you sure it was one of mine?
Hi Pete !|
The two metal body resonators in the photo gallary have different headstock logos, What make are they, and also what waiting time would there be for one of these guitars.
Looking forward to your reply !
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Hi Pete! Anyone who plays a resonator and rides a Trumpy is very cool indeed! I had a '49/'50 pre-unit Thunderbird once and a T150 Trident also.|
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Hello Pete , I have just come across your site on Mandolincafe.After reading your blog I hope you are OK. |
Could you please let me know the cost of a wood body resonator mandolin and availability.
Thanks in advance,
hello pete, glad to hear you are doing well. My name is george you made a gibson style guitar for me a while back. My son liked it so much I gave it to him, he put different pickups in it. I have the original pick ups you installed and was going to put them in an old guitar of mine. Would you by chance remember the name of the pick up maker and what the wiering color codes were, I am used to dealing with Seymour duncan pickups. Thanks in advance for any help and glad you are on the road to recovery.|
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