Pittman Guitar Repair is closing it's doors. I would like to thank all my clients for very successful and happy years of service. I also thank all that have visited the website and found it informative. I plan to keep the website going to share what I have learned. Who knows, maybe over the next several months, I will add even more pictures to the site. I have a few hundred that I never got around to posting.
Also, check out my member page on the New England Luthiers new website.
New England Luthiers
Association of Stringed Instrument Artisans (A.S.I.A.)
Guild of American Luthiers
After the first time I cranked it through my Marshall in rehearsal, the boys were like "that guitar sounds awesome"! Let me tell you that it plays like a dream!
Throughout the whole process, Bob was great. He suggested many things that I had not considered. His suggested set ups on the wiring were perfect. All his communications were clear and responsive. All this while I'm living in Washington, DC!
This guitar went from being my number 5 guitar to my number 2. (The flying V is still my favorite) Bob will be staring work on my Les Paul after our next gig. I can't thank him enough."