September 22, 2018 at 11:39 pm #1317
We love you Richard Hoover and Crew.
September 23, 2018 at 2:53 am #1318tadolModerator
I remember the 40th well – got to meet so many great people, even played a little guitar with Sonia –
Big thanks to Richard and crew for keeping true to the ideal, and preserving the dream –
September 23, 2018 at 2:48 pm #1319HankParticipant
Congrats to Richard and The Crew of Santa Cruz Guitar Company.
Being invited to your 40th was an experience that has shaped my remaining years.
Best to Otis B. Rodeo also.
1993 Martin HD-28 IR/Sitka
2001 SCGC F Cutaway Maple/German (For Sale)
2008 SCGC OT Madi/Italian
2015 SCGC OM “The Tree” Hog/ European
2016 SCGC 1934 D45 Braz/ Adi
2016 Taylor K62 CE Limited Edition 12 string all Koa
2019 SCGC FTC Granadillo/Redwood
Life is a journey…not a guided tour,
The Bay,The Gulf Stream , The Open Ocean are particular about who they share their secrets with.
September 24, 2018 at 9:20 am #1322Frozen RatParticipant
And from me a hearty thanks for sticking around and continuing to build these wonderful instruments that have so caught my fancy.
Santa Cruz 00 — Goodall 000 — Martin 00-28
September 24, 2018 at 1:56 pm #1323bertParticipant
Oh boy, 42 years. I was living on Seaview Ave at that time and still remember going to Richard’s early shop to tweak my D18, memories. Had no idea what the future held for SCGC, one happy day in 2003 I found a SCGC Tony Rice, been a SCGC player since.
Best wishes to a very special man, Richard Hoover, and all the great vibes he has brought to each of us.
September 24, 2018 at 3:53 pm #1328haasomeParticipant
42 years is something to be proud of. Congratulations Richard and others who made/make the contributions that matter. I love my Santa Cruz guitars!
– Paul –
September 24, 2018 at 4:19 pm #1333indexlessKeymaster
Proud to know them…what a team for 42 years, ready for more…thanks Otis and the gang
September 24, 2018 at 6:47 pm #1334Matt HaydenParticipant
Congratulations to RH and crew. Fine instruments built by good people doing good things.
First one I ever saw was a tiny, exquisite instrument in Kent CT at a long-gone music store – I still don’t know what model it was, probably an H. It was $2000 or thereabouts and just a bit more than I could afford. Left me with a hunger for one that took another decade or more to sate.
September 25, 2018 at 2:10 pm #1348
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