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    It's always been my philosophy to offer cudos when due rather than complaining. Today I would like to offer cudos to Bruce and Mary Weber of Montana Lutherie. To be blunt: they are SUCH nice people. I ordered a tiny custom made piece and was treated so well - they are so down to earth and friendly that I just have to share it with others. It is so refreshing! (Let alone the fact that the Weber name is iconic in the lutherie world!). If you haven't for some odd reason checked out their website, here it is: https://www.montanalutherie.com/ A big shout out to Montana Lutherie!!!

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    (I've posted this under two forums - hope nobody minds!) It's always been my philosophy to offer cudos when due rather than complaining. Today I would like to offer cudos to Bruce and Mary Weber of Montana Lutherie. To be blunt: they are SUCH nice people. I ordered a tiny custom made piece and was treated so well - they are so down to earth and friendly that I just have to share it with others. It is so refreshing! (Let alone the fact that the Weber name is iconic in the lutherie world!). If you haven't for some odd reason checked out their website, here it is: https://www.montanalutherie.com/ A big shout out to Montana Lutherie!!!

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    Tim,
    I agree they have to be the nicest folks here in Montana. We have been friends for over 10 years and they still treat me like family.
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    I maybe wrong, but it is highly doubtful.

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    I merged them. I think the General Section is the best place for most people to see the praises (deserved) that you're offering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Logan View Post
    Today I would like to offer cudos to Bruce and Mary Weber of Montana Lutherie. To be blunt: they are SUCH nice people.... they are so down to earth and friendly that I just have to share it with others.
    The mandolin world seems to have a disproportionately high number of good people in it, but if they ever get ranked, I'm pretty sure Bruce and Mary will be sharing the top slot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Logan View Post
    If you haven't for some odd reason checked out their website, here it is: https://www.montanalutherie.com/
    The work Bruce did on my A5-L (speednecking, nut, tuners, set up) so transformed it that I wrote it up as a blog post on that beautiful web site. An honor to be a guest there.

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