RevenFlo Produces Documentary of Santa Cruz Guitars

We’ve been excited about releasing this video for months because working with manufacturers is one of our favorite things to do. Last summer we took a trip across the country to Santa Cruz, California to meet Richard Hoover and the rest of the Santa Cruz Guitar Company team. While there, we toured the facilities and…
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Web Series: The Local Pickup, Episode 14: ’57 Gretsch Rancher

This week on The Local Pickup, Jason and Chris (a couple fake cowboys) take a look at a 1957 Gretsch Rancher. This guitar is in great shape and sounds fantastic! Learn a little about the history of Gretsch, why this guitar looks the way it does, and how not to pronounce Gene Vincent’s “Be-Bop-A-Lula” on…
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Santa Cruz Guitar Company to be on The Local Pickup

We are truly honored and excited to sign up Santa Cruz Guitar Company to be on The Local Pickup. SCGC is a boutique acoustic guitar builder with a significant footprint in the high-end guitar marketplace – especially in bluegrass and blues, but increasingly everywhere as well. Their founder and proprietor,  Richard Hoover, is a legend…
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Eastwood Guitars on The Local Pickup

We are very excited to do an episode of our web show (The Local Pickup) with Eastwood Guitars out of Nashville, TN. We’re headed out there to do a show with them prior to the summer NAMM show (episode to air in late summer). Eastwood Guitars makes retro-inspired original guitar designs at a high quality…
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Novo Guitars and The Local Pickup

Working with Novo Guitars

We are very excited to do an episode of our web show (The Local Pickup) with Novo Guitars out of Nashville, TN. We’re headed out there to do a show with them prior to the summer NAMM show (episode to air in late summer).  Novo Guitars was founded by Dennis Fano (of Fano Guitars fame)…
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The Local Pickup: 1960s Japanese Guitars

In Episode 4 of TLP, Jason and Chris talk about a few different guitars made in 1960s Japan and what makes them each so special and uniquely Japanese. During the ’60s, many American and Italian guitar companies outsourced manufacturing to Japan, which had a very distinct style that’s easy to pick out today. In this…
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