Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Green Machine

The Green Machine’s small size, light weight and highly-sculpted space age stylings make it perfect for intergalactic travel, or any other travel for that matter. This one uses an uncommon wood for the back – cypress. I chose this for … Continue reading

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Barry

Barry began his life quite confused. He was born as a ten-string electric guitar, the strings in courses, like a twelve-string. He liked the fact that he was unusual, but found himself wandering around the studio, wondering why no one … Continue reading

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Birds of Paradise



Conversion instruments are fun for me and the sky is the limit when it comes to these. I had my wild, hippie musician friend Jim Lingo in mind when I created this one. Jim, a member of the local band … Continue reading

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Hellablaster

The Hellablaster is for sale. Contact me for more information. You may recognize The Hellablaster. I borrowed the shape from the ever-popular Fender Telecaster©, but decided to elongate it and add curves where they’re needed. Telecasters are cool, but oh … Continue reading

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The Wooden Rainbow

I’ve been busy in the OZMA factory pumping out some new instruments for April’s GA/GI Festival, all handcrafted from a rainbow of reclaimed woods. This is quite a diverse group of instruments and each one-of-a-kind piece has been constructed with … Continue reading

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