NEW for the fall ! RetroVibe® Les Paul Goldtops coming through the shop. We will have a little bit of everything for the guitar lover so just keep checking the website. We will make an item on the site for each guitar as it comes through with progress photos so that you can watch the transformation and pre order your guitar to make sure it does not get away. Each instrument is a piece of artwork that will have it's own certification and documentation. They are built by musicians for musicians because the music you create with these instruments is what it's all about. These guitars are fun, play great, look incredible and the sound is very robust!
The Mixson Spleeng-A-Nator ProtoType is in Final Prep The TV Jones PowerTrons Deliver a Sonic Experience second to none. Zero Fret makes the guitar extra chimey and the Bigsby and Roller Bridge make for a Smooth Sway Bar Vibrato Note the 375 Caliber Full Copper Hollow Point Bullet Toggle Switches We used this guitar to make our final specs for the production model coming in July 2016 What an Amazing Guitar Playing Experience !
The guitar we have in the shop now represents the absolute beginning of a new era at Guitar Galleria. We are developing the Mixson Spleeng-A-Nator, an electric guitar that has been designed to find its way into the mix. The guitar is in the prototype phase where we will determine the combination of materials that delivers Maximum S P L E E N G. We are in the drawing board stage and every day is a learning experience. The key will be creating an instrument that is ultimately comfortable, playable, striking and something that sounds a little different depending on who's playing it. Exciting Times!
Sometimes the best guitars come through the shop very slowly. Take this SG Custom for example. Iv'e been working on this guitar for over a year. It goes through it's stages. Strip it down... wait 2 months... paint it... wait a month.... start the aging process.... take 3 months.... you get the drift. It seems as our guitars age while in the shop! The final process of getting a guitar ready to ship is quite a process as well. The final tweaks take weeks to get the guitar ready to play. When they are finally ready they have been played, recorded with, jammed with, shown to everybody, etc and this process ultimately refines the guitars and makes them...
Most times when I get an idea, the wheels won't quit turning until the reality comes together. That's what I like about building guitars. When I get inspired and the thoughts come into my head I can't wait to get the canvas out and make something happen. Just like this Lake Placid Blue project. Every step of the way is a journey of joy. Each guitar has a personality all it's own and there is no telling what kind of music will be made with it. Every day is a building experience.