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Title: David Iannone
Post by: webberink on November 05, 2016, 04:35:16 AM
David Iannone of Morgan Guitars (JCL's last traditional apprentice) builds some of the finest guitars out of Brazilian rosewood.  Have a look at some of the latest of his BZ he is working with and the intriguing story of its salvage.
https://www.facebook.com/Morgan-Guitars-110095905694005/
Dave


Title: Re: David Iannone
Post by: George on November 05, 2016, 02:25:46 PM
Gorgeous wood and story.   If only he was certificated to ship them to the USA...


Title: Re: David Iannone
Post by: webberink on November 06, 2016, 03:40:23 AM
Check with Notable guitars
https://www.facebook.com/110095905694005/photos/a.144364662267129.15596.110095905694005/1110987092271543/?type=3&theater
Dave


Title: Re: David Iannone
Post by: George on November 06, 2016, 12:44:11 PM
Check with Notable guitars
https://www.facebook.com/110095905694005/photos/a.144364662267129.15596.110095905694005/1110987092271543/?type=3&theater
Dave

Jason is the one that told me he could not ship them to the US, but that was a while back.  I have sent him an email asking again...


Title: Re: David Iannone
Post by: bino on August 14, 2017, 07:03:09 PM
Gorgeous wood and story.   If only he was certificated to ship them to the USA...

George:

I live in Kansas and I own a Morgan.  I know that there is someone in Topeka that owns one, and David even went to his wedding.  There is Notable Guitars and E.M. Shorts that I believe are dealers.  You may wish to check this out.



Title: Re: David Iannone
Post by: George on August 14, 2017, 07:36:35 PM
George:

I live in Kansas and I own a Morgan.  I know that there is someone in Topeka that owns one, and David even went to his wedding.  There is Notable Guitars and E.M. Shorts that I believe are dealers.  You may wish to check this out.



I did that and they did not have any Brazilian Morgans.  New CITES regulations make it difficult to get them certificated to ship across the Canadian/US border...

P. S.  I did recently acquire a Larrivee D-10 Brazilian, and it is Awesome!