Back in 1972 I bought a Yamaha fg300 from the" Music Mart" in Smyrna Ga. As you probably know, this was a knockoff of the Gibson "Humingbird". I loved the way it sounded not being able to play at all then, hell I was impressed! Anyway, as the years went by and I raised kids and ran my business, I never found time to even learn how to play at all. In 2012 I found myself retired and suddenly seemed to have time on my hands. One day about that time I pulled the old guitar out from under the bed where it had quietly
and patiently spent most of it's life. That's when I decided to try my hand at learning a little. I started trying to learn some of my old favorites from Prine, Kristofferson, Waylon, and so many more I hadn't even begun to realize just how many truely great songwriters there were. Anyway, as I progressed little by little over the past few years, my wife actually began to sit and listen. She would even ask me to play this or that and seemed to enjoy my efforts. All the while I'd occasionally mention that though my Yamaha sounded pretty good to me, it still wasn't the "real thing". Imagine my surprise and the blown away feeling I had when I came home one day not too long ago to find this big ole box in my closet. My bride had sought you out and purchased for me a beautiful Gibson "Hummingbird"! I just hope I'll someday be able to do it the justice it deserves. I love it !!! She told me how helpful and knowledgable you guys were and how you made it easy to get just the right guitar. I now have "The Real Thing" Thank you so much!