Hi everyone,
Well the first P-1s are shipping and I'm in full swing on the remainder of the first batch. They are coming out exactly as I had envisioned... especially tonally, "extremely alive and responsive", very "acoustic". I have had several folks suggest starting an "Owners Forum" already, so people can chat back and forth as to their likes and experiences with my new guitars, so we've set it up. It still isn't linked to the website yet but it is fully functional. Be one of the first to register and chat with us! Just click here! I hope to expand it as time allows and I'll be visiting it several times a day, so ask away! It gives me a chance to clear my head in between sanding guitar necks and bodies.
Cheers and I hope to see you soon on the new John Page Guitar Forum!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE! I wish all of you the very happiest of holidays and a wonderful New Year as well. I especially want to thank my very special clients for their truly kind support and patience this first year of John Page Guitars. Some of the first ones are just about ready to ship... so I'm keeping my fingers crossed! Peace y'all!
Well, I'm still in the thick of getting this first batch of P-1s completed. I guess the first year of any new project is a bit rocky, but it's definitely taking me longer than I expected. My apologies to all of my wonderful clients and supporters. Thanks for your patience.
There is a new feature that my son Adam added to my website, and that is the "Scrapbook" button in the NAV bar above. It's just a collection of some of the snapshots I have from the years past at the Fender Custom Shop, my current Page Guitar shop and other random photos. It's just kind of a hoot. I'll be adding more photos every couple of weeks or so, it should be fun.
I wish all of you an abundance of peace and happiness through this holiday season, and thank you so very much for your support!
Guitar Buyer Magazine did a really nice article on my new guitar venture and Proto 02 P-1 in their August issue. They were kind enough to send me the PDF files and give me permission to post it here. If you'd like to check it out, click on the images of the article on the lower left of the screen. There are actually two different articles, the one on the P-1 and also a group of builders discussing acoustic chambering in bodies. You'll get some opinions of what those little air chambers do... enjoy!

My computer glitched big-time a couple of days ago, and I lost all of my "in-box" e-mails. If you sent me an inquiry and I haven't responded, that may be why. Please re-submit your inquiry. Thanks for your patience and support! I hope you're all having a great summer!

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