Damon Mailand prepares to level the rim set of a Bravo Elite.
Just came across this great BG Savannah video done by the Jimmy Bruno Guitar Institute when Jimmy visited us back in April, 2008.
Informative and, as always with Jimmy “Paganini” Bruno, entertaining! 🙂
Bob’s delicately handcarved heel cap highlights the Spanish Cedar neck on “Il Teredo II”, also bound for the Boutique!
One of the great things about having a Boutique shop is having the freedom to do custom colors, pretty much when we feel like it!
Matt Eady inspects our 2nd Ben-bino in the works, this one with a slightly lemony-tinted variation of our Sweet Tea, hence the new shade, Limoncello! This Ben-bino will be smooth and warm, just like the Italian lemon liqueur that inspired it. Coming soon to Bob’s Boutique!
Our GEAR site shopping cart is working again…sorry for The Cyber Sorrow..we are open for business!
But not the type you dread! A batch of Benedettos in Final Assembly!
Master Luthier (and BG Production Manager) Evan Ellis fits a neck to a custom Bravo Deluxe 7. We truly make each Benedetto one at a time. 🙂
Bob really does inspect each and every Benedetto that leaves our Savannah shop! (A beautiful Bravo Elite en route to Groovy Guitars in Canada.)
Duquesne University’s Summertime Jazz –July 28, 2010.
(Top:) Mark Koch with his Bravo.
(Below:) Joe Negri, Bucky Pizzarelli, & Howard Paul.
(Wonderful!) Photos by Chris Bromley, Manager of Musical Events/
Assistant Director of Summer Programs,
Web Administrator, Duquesne University’s Mary Pappert School of Music.