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Jay Jessup

Charlottesville, VA, USA
Post Posted 2 Dec 2017 11:21 am     Reply with quote

John Goux wrote:
A Ferrarri and a Mazzerati.

I hope I don't come off as a spelling Nazi but as a huge Italian car fan they are actually spelled Ferrari and Maserati.
I still own the 81 S-12 Zum I bought new and have also owned several D-10 Zums. Bruce may not be building any more but he's still around and has always been very helpful if you need help or parts.
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Roger Rettig

An Englishman in Naples, FL
Post Posted 2 Dec 2017 1:24 pm     Reply with quote

I take pleasure in things that are exquisitely finished even if they're slightly 'over-built'. My good friend in the UK has three Rolls-Royce Corniches and the standard-of-finish - above and below the surface is a delight.

That's how this steel guitar looks to me.
Emmons LG3 D-10, JCH SD-10, Zum Encore

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