Today I’ve been trying out my new traveller guitar.
I just can’t keep my hands off it, I love it.
The sound is bright, but with a warmth I’ve not often found in traveller guitars. Most tend to be a tinny, overly bright sounding instrument, more similar to the likes of a ukulele. But this one has these rich silken undertones with a chime like resonance that practically shivers at my strum. The music springs out of the guitar almost of its own accord…and carries me away wi
Hello and welcome to part two of our exciting interview with Luthier extraordinaire, Mitchell Morris. We'll waste no time and continue where we left off last week... What is the best thing about repairing instruments? Some clients consider their instrument to be like a member of the family, so when they put their trust in me and I can take something that has been broken which is that meaningful to them, and then bring it back to life, it means a lot to them and to me as well.
Hello and welcome to our very first blog post!
We wanted use this as an opportunity to give you an inside look at aPurla and to introduce you to the exceptionally creative Mitchell Morris, the founder and creator of aPurla!
He and I grabbed a couple of pillows and blankets, and headed into the forest, where we chatted about guitars, his latest works and the meaning of life. Mitchell is a pretty interesting guy as it turns out; therefore we had to split this baby into a two