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Closing down my shop in Canal is emotionally full. I’ve learned a lot about feeling in the past decade and I’ve come to really value the wide and wondrous spectrum of human experience. Here’s a photo of my mom back when she was still living, out and about. She stopped into the shop to visit. I miss her a lot and I have a nest of gratitude inside me for the support she offered my 24 year old self as I made the choice to open up a guitar shop for myself. Just look where it’s taken me.

Closing down my shop in Canal is emotionally full. I’ve learned a lot about feeling in the past decade and I’ve come to really value the wide and wondrous spectrum of human experience. Here’s a photo of my mom back when she was still living, out and about. She stopped into the shop to visit. I miss her a lot and I have a nest of gratitude inside me for the support she offered my 24 year old self as I made the choice to open up a guitar shop for myself. Just look where it’s taken me.

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I was just a kid when I started up my shop in Canal Park. I was 24 years old and I stepped into a new world when I opened for business. I learned a lot along the way. Some 16 years later and things are moving along. Work is good, but I’m bound for something even better. I recently accepted a job at Bad Axe Tool Works where I’ll be building the world’s finest handsaws for Mr. Mark Harrell. I’ll be closing down my shop in Canal Park in the coming months, but don’t despair! I’ll still be doing instrument restoration and repair out of my home shop. I’ll also finally have time to get to all the custom building projects people keep requesting. @badaxe6 @michael_of_mountains

I was just a kid when I started up my shop in Canal Park. I was 24 years old and I stepped into a new world when I opened for business. I learned a lot along the way. Some 16 years later and things are moving along. Work is good, but I’m bound for something even better. I recently accepted a job at Bad Axe Tool Works where I’ll be building the world’s finest handsaws for Mr. Mark Harrell. I’ll be closing down my shop in Canal Park in the coming months, but don’t despair! I’ll still be doing instrument restoration and repair out of my home shop. I’ll also finally have time to get to all the custom building projects people keep requesting. @badaxe6 @michael_of_mountains

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