keirweir wrote:If you are looking for the quality and complete attention to detail Moriarty offers take a look at AO Guitars in Freeport ME. I visited his shop, saw some unfinished guitars (Wolf's, Rosebud) and would vouch for his professionalism anytime. Probably a waiting list for him as well but you don't know until you try!
strumminsix wrote:Another consideration....
1) you source all the parts that you want on the guitar (Warmoth makes great bodies and necks)
http://www.warmoth.com/Pages/ClassicSho ... aneous,WGD
http://www.warmoth.com/Pages/ClassicSho ... th=Warmoth
2) you take it to a local luthier who will put finishing touches on it and assembly and setup
But I'll say this, before you trust anyone local get a few guitars setup by them so that you love playing them. Finding someone who can setup an axe the way you want it and do it consistently between a few guitars is really important, IMO.
cripeowner wrote:I would not call AO at the moment. I understand he is extremely busy........................................................refinishing and re-fretting my "Cripe" and he does not want to be disturbed.
I will advise when he is available to work on other peoples guitars.
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