According to Acoustic Guitar magazine, luthier JAMES GOODALL was part of the early wave of American custom guitar makers who began building in the early 1970s. From the start, his guitars had their own look and sound — Goodall came up with original variations of standard shapes, a distinctive wing-shaped bridge, and a tone that put clarity before boom.
Through the years, one thing has remained constant: Goodall guitars are more about refinement and pure tone than radical innovation. "We’re just trying to make our product as perfect and as excellent as possible," Goodall says, "refining things to a point where it’s more of a timeless thing, like the violin."
|Street Address||541 S Franklin Street|
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