Well, it is coming due. All of these guitars I’ve been building that is. I really can’t wait to get these released to the public and get out of the garage a bit. My need to get out and play live is at a top. I am a musician first and foremost, and I’ve struggled taking a break. Fortunately, I’ve had my time full of a different creative outlet that will help support my goals. Maybe I should rename them – Goaltars. By opening them up to the public, I’m able to better fund my giveaway guitar program, and more importantly, my music goals. Right then, enough babble and more work.
April, apparently, provided many with a month long lull. Perhaps it’s the super awesome indecisive weather patterns, or the rampant turkey attacks – skip turkey attack add heartburn if you saw few turkeys – or perhaps just a crappy all around month for many. What bees the dealy? I have been getting behind in everything while getting ahead at a few things. The guitars are coming along quite well – all of the main bodies are assembled (that would be six guitars), the elephant tour guitar is going to get sides tomoly (this is the most tricky difficult guitar to build and is all zebra wood), and I have finally put a composers effort on my ukulele. My ukulele is cute! All the little tiny pieces are just adorable! I could probably just make baby guitars (ukuleles) for and ever!
There is a lot that needs to be said for and about the letters that I receive, too. I’ve learned a lot from this process. Some of the letter writer’s guitars will be coming due to them come relatively soon. Some have written as many as 8 letters, some many many more. I appreciate the authenticity of many people and their effort in this situation. It was effort, after all, that I most wanted. I have a lot to say concerning these things that I will post in the next week; much in the same time as I try to figure out my site and build the guitar page. So, for tonight, cheers and be well indeed in rest and wellness.