Cool story, bro...

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Nice read. I am jealous of his assortment of chisels in the pic.
 

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He has an equally impressive rack of hand planes right next to those chisels. I was up at his shop yesterday. He has a lot packed into that little shop and am constantly amazed with his attention to detail.

Cheers Peter.
 

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Congrats Tom on a great story! When I first saw a picture of you on your website or Facebook or somewhere I was shocked that you were a young dude because you are so knowledgeable in your craft.....I figured you would be a Grizzly old Bastard like BCR Greg :)
 

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Thanks Guys!! i am always embarrassed reading these story's, so when Pete told me it was posted in here for some of my luthier friends to read, i was a little embarrassed, haha.
Thanks for the comments guys.
 

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I understand how you feel, but we enjoy seeing people like you get some recognition. Well deserved!
 

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Great story Tom and I admire your dedication and of course, you build excellent guitars.
I was "kinda" into to punk when I was living in Hamilton and going to Mohawk college in Brantford when you were 4 years old. The Monks were one of my favs. I live in NW South Carolina now and the local gentry would give me a perty funny look if they heard me playing Drugs in my Pocket or Nice Legs, Shame About Her Face!
 


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