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Front door from inside. You can see the wooden door and mandolin window. 

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Looks dirty, dusty...

Nice shootin' text

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I can't count the number of good decent people I first met inside these walls. 

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3 hours ago, DetroitBlues said:

No, photos in the new space have been prohibited.

I wonder why?  They post pics every day on their Facie-tweet page.

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Now for the good news. 

The reason for the pictures is the process is moving forward to renovate the space.

Not sure exactly what the purpose is, but it could either be for Custom Shop or Museum.

Its sad to see the space being bare, but its wonderful news knowing good things are coming.

 

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Yes. Great News!

Dan told me they had their best month last month. Good to hear. 

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Just now, skydog52 said:

Yes. Great News!

Dan told me they had their best month last month. Good to hear. 

I've heard the nation-wide lock down has led to a record year in guitar sales throughout the industry.

I'm glad they are doing so well, fingers crossed they never lose that momentum.

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For sure. 
I’ve posted this on my sight. Check it out. Some announcements will be made in regards to Heritage and Harmony. 
A virtual guitar show. 
https://guitar.com/live/

 

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7 minutes ago, skydog52 said:

For sure. 
I’ve posted this on my sight. Check it out. Some announcements will be made in regards to Heritage and Harmony. 
A virtual guitar show. 
https://guitar.com/live/

 

Just signed up.  Lots of great people being part of that.  Some rather surprising like Ryan from 60 Cycle Hum.  But Harmony sponsors him, so I'm not surprised either.

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Looks like there is still some paint removal to be done, but the building was seriously LONG overdue for a lot of things, especially considering the time period when it was made. I can't imagine how much asbestos was probably packed into everywhere, combined with decades of wood dust and other things.  Hopefully the glory days will return.

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