Column for Sept. 9, 2004
Naylor, Steve Yankee, the staff and workers at reverendguitars.com are not only
living the American dream they are American heroes. Local guys, building quality
guitars, made in American.
The American Dream has always been to start your own business. Here in the auto factory capitol of the world this small group of friends and musicians are make a living building guitars.
And not just any guitar. The Reverend guitar has built a reputation around the world. Joe Naylor has spent his life designing and building amplifiers and guitars. He came upon a unique guitar design in the Reverend line that includes aluminum surface and enclosed sound chambers for a new sound that can only be described as the sound they were looking for in the early days of rock and roll.
The guitar not only sounds great it has a retro look that matches the feel and quality of the instrument. When you order a guitar from the Reverend Company they custom make it for you. The Guitar they built for me is gold with a Hawaiian scene featuring a palm tree and a beautiful ocean sunset. Well, also it has special pickups, wiring a Bigsby tail piece, a 50s teardrop case, but it is the quality that makes it easy for to endorse the instrument. For more information see reverendguitars.com or (586) 775-1025.
More musicians turned entrepreneur. Trina Lee is a lovely, talented singer who along with Junior Jones, who owns Tyme Auto Sales in Plymouth, has started the Tweety Tunes Company. They will custom make a song for you. It could be a birthday song for your wife, kids or grandkids. An anniversary, congratulations or a will you marry me song. Any occasion. You give them the information, there talented musicians will write and record the song for you on CD or tape. For more information see tweetytunes.com or call (734) 455-5566.
Don "Elvis" Mclean will perform a free all ages concert 1 till 3pm Saturday, September 18 at the Perfect Present on 7 mile east of Farmington Road Cider, donuts and the King. For more information call (248) 478-GIFT.
To contact Ben E. use the Benny and the Jets band 24 hour hot line at (313) 730-1627 via e-mail email@example.com or see bennyandthejets.com.
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