Between a faulty plugin that goofed up my site and a computer that doesn’t work I have been very behind in updating content to my site. Enough is enough! I have ordered a new computer so by the end of the month I should have all web site issues fixed. So please check back for new and updated content, links that function correctly and regular updates.
Due to a plugin I am having technical difficulties with my website. I will try to have it fixed asap. Any questions please feel free to email me at email@example.com
Thank you for your patience.
Coming up on Christmas and I am as busy as ever. I have a full roster of custom necks, ukulele, electric guitar and bass builds and some other custom woodworking projects. Been working on the shop. My table saw broke beyond repair a few months ago but did some work and trade for a vintage Craftsman table saw that my dad has restored.
If you haven’t seen yet, I am discontinuing the Acoustic Strap Secure. I may get a small machinist lathe and make them in house and continue selling them on a retail level only direct from my website. My friend over at The Rock Slide have been making the mini version in brass and nickel plate. I fully endorse his product. There is possibly bigger plans in effect for the Acoustic Strap Secure in the coming year, so please check back for that.
Thanks for sticking with me all these years. Hope to have 6 electric guitars, 4 electric bass and 3 ukuleles ready to sell next year.
I now have the purchase page for the Acoustic Strap Secure up and running. It is not as sleek as before as PayPal doesn’t seem to have the PayPal Buttons like they used to. So for now there is an “add to cart” button after each photo for each model of Acoustic Strap Secure. The shopping cart appears on the left and should be easy enough to change quantities or delete as necessary.
The new website is still under construction but is coming together nicely. I hope to have the shopping cart set back up this weekend for purchases of the Acoustic Strap Secure. Thank you all for your patience.
Marc @ MD Luthiery