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January 9, 2015

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Luthier Roger Sadowsky has been a legendary figure within the New York stringed instrument community for more than four decades. Sadowsky is a first-call repairman for many of New York’s top musicians, and he is especially known for his innovations with active electronics, particularly for electric basses. Since 2003, Sadowsky has offered a line of archtop guitars, including a signature model for late jazz giant Jim Hall. In this video, Sadowsky discusses the history of his involvement with musical instruments as well as his current manufacturing environment. sadowsky.com

 
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