verhoevenc Posted July 29, 2006 Report Share Posted July 29, 2006 I was reading this guitar magazine (can't remember which... but it's one that Barnes and Nobles carries) and read an article about this new Veillette Archtop Guitar. It's a solid body wood back routed to be fully hollow, then with a carved and braced top on it, and archtop style bridge with tailpiece. IE: It's pretty much a Myka Dragonfly from another company. Which isn't what strikes me as bad... what they SAID in the article is what set me off. It's a BRAND NEW model from them, and this magazine (I don't know if Viellette told them this, or if the magazine infered it due to lack of good research) but they were talking about how revolutionary it is, and how Viellette is paving the way with this 'first-of-it's-kind' guitar. And I was like... "um... if this is a brand new model from them, then Myka's been doing this WAY longer, and that makes the BS they're throwing out about this being something and a load of crock!" Either way, none of the above is QUOTES from the article, but it's definately an accurate paraphrasing. I was appauled to say the least. Chris Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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