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    This post is to inform everyone who is interested that as of November of 2003, “Westbury guitars Inc.” is back in business and will have their product out by mid summer. These guitars are high end but affordable and not made at Matsumoku or in Japan, rather, right here in the U.S.A.—100% U.S.A. made guitars. Other high-end guitars say they are made in the U.S. and indeed are not. It is my obligation to expose companies like Brian Moor and PRS who have their guitars made over seas in Korea and assembled here in the U.S. and are legally allowed to put the U.S.A. stamp on their product. There may never be an Uncle Mat again but there will always be an Uncle Sam and Westbury Guitars Inc. realizes this and that’s why there will be a 100% USA made stamp on the new line of Westbury Guitars. (Not at all affiliated with Univox)
    Prototypes are being made in PA and LA and Westbury Guitars Inc. is very close to Ok-ing the design and will begin production in April. Low serial numbered models can be ordered through http://www.westburyguitars.com and the site will also have a ton of information on the vintage models.
    Westbury Guitars Inc. P.O.Box 10582 Westbury N.Y. 11590-3226 [email protected]

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      Wow…I have had a westbury standard for soooo long and never had any info on it, this is great now people will think I too have a lushous axe. I think people recon I made it my self. Well thanks guys you kept me rockin’. Can’t wait to see the new gear

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      : This post is to inform everyone that as of November of 2003, “Westbury guitars Inc.” is back in business and will have their product out by mid summer 2004. This product is extremely high end and is considered a superior U.S.A. made product. The Prototypes are done and production for both designs will begin in late April or early June 2004. Low serial numbered models can be ordered through http://www.westburyguitars.com will also be the most informative site on the vintage models. : Westbury Guitars Inc. P.O.Box 10582 Westbury N.Y. 11590-3226 http://www.westburyguitars.com [email protected] [email protected]

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      Is that true about PRS? seems very strange that nobody has picked up this before?, one thing i could never understand about PRS is why they never did a bass model? or get into the boutique market, think of how many players would ditch their booggies for a PRS head and cab. Lee

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