Four of my latest creations are available for viewing and playing at David Murphy’s art gallery in Stanley. He opens 10am to 4pm most days. Whilst you’re there, don’t forget to take a look at David’s photography. His framed originals capture the best of Tasmania. David has got to be one of Tassies best photographers. See them at:
Cow ‘n’ Calf Art Gallery
15 Church St
Stanley, Tasmania 7331
La Gloria is a Cuban Cigar Box with a Jarrah, Silky Oak and Wenge headstock, Jarrah neck with a Purple Heart fretboard. Upgraded electronics with twin humbuckers, V&T controls and a 3-way switch.
Cherry 1 is the first made from a home-grown cheery tree. The neck is Silky Oak with a Blackwood headstock and Blackwood fretboard. A mini humbucker with volume control fits the bill and sounds sweet.
Arnott’s No. 3 is the iconic Arnott’s biscuit tin once again; a most popular build alongside Mr JD. Traditional Tasmanian timbers of Blackwood and Tassie Oak make this truly iconic. A nice little single coil with a single volume pot rounds this beauty off.
King Billy No. 1 is a gorgeous presentation of Tasmanian timbers. A Tasmanian Oak box with a King Billy Pine and Purple Heart lid with a light coating of jarrah stain. Again, a nice little single coil with volume control makes this little CBG scream.
If you like what you see, give me a call.