The recent NAMM show was a big success for us! A big thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth to introduce themselves and check out the guitars – we love the chance to meet Santa Cruz Guitar players from all over the world. Below are some photos from the weekend, you can click on each to enlarge:
When you can't have the real Don Edwards at the show, you bring your own...
Koa H Model, H/13, Brazilian OO, 1934D Mahogany, Flamed Maple OM, Cocobolo OM, Sunburst OOO...
The first of ten 35th Anniversary Cowgirl Guitars, complete with antique gun case and fireplace
Treasure Your Local Guitar Shop
2012 SCGC NAMM Booth
Richard Hoover with luthier Kathy Wingert and her daughter, Jimmi Wingert. Jimmi is the phenomenal artist who did the cowgirl inlay work on our series of ten 35th Anniversary guitars.
Bob Brozman playing his signature Baritone Model, with custom Sycamore back and sides (chosen as Editor's Pick for Day 1 at NAMM by Premier Guitar Magazine)
Bob Brozman showing off the Sycamore back of a custom DBB Model
Tony McManus playing the custom Cocobolo OM
Richard and Tony McManus
Eric Skye adding a calming presence to the madness of NAMM
Paul Pigat of Uncle Harley doing some fine Travis picking on a sunburst OOO
Eric Skye and Scott Law, ambassadors of SCGC
SCGC's friend Happy Traum of Homespun Tapes
The 'Keith Richards' of Mexico
Richard Hoover and his first mentor, Bruce McGuire, a renowned classical builder and student of Art Overholtzer
The lovely Hope Hazy performing at the booth
Guitar face, Scott Law style
Eric Skye performing on the Hilton stage, Saturday night