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Brian Boedigheimer has Instruments Critiqued in Vintage Guitar Magazine

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Vintage GuitarGuitar Repair & Building Program Instructor, Brian Boedigheimer recently had 2 of his guitars critiqued in Vintage Guitar Magazine (May 2010, Vol. 24, No. 7).  Both guitars garnered glowing reviews, written by Sean O’ Bryan Smith at Vintage Guitar magazine. Smith said “Brian uses a classic luthier mentality - using no computerized procedures or pre-made necks, two shining examples of his dedication are the BB-1 Deluxe and BB-1 Boutique.”  Brian a graduate of the Southeast Technical Guitar program himself and instructor since 2000, has provided repair services for several music stores and built instruments at the Benedict Guitar Company.  At his own shop Brian works on new designs, builds his own instruments and also does repair work. Visit Brian’s website to learn more about his guitar building business and check out Vintage Guitar.com to  follow the latest information on vintage guitars.

 


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