- Joshia de Jonge: Very nice balanced sound and very playable. She uses a very slight radius on the finger board. It is one of the top guitars in terms of playability.
- Tom Malapanis: I bonded with this guitar. Tom insists that Cocabolo wood is the best and seems to build with it exclusively. It was very well balanced. Good bass, good treble, and good volume. Playability was not as good as a couple of the others.
- Jeremy Cooper: This was a very high tech guitar with the latest technology. Sandwiched double top, sound port on the top side with a sliding door, and Cocabolo sides and back. This guitar was very playable. He also used a slight radius on the finger board. The sound was balanced and the volume moderate.
- Lucio Nunez: I really bonded with this guitar. It had a very nice ceder sound. Some slight distortion (cave sound) but still very nice trebles and bass. E string was sweet all the way up the neck. Playability was very good. Another with Cocabolo sides and back but he also laminates the sides and back for rigidity. The guitar felt hefty but played wonderfully.
- Dake Traphagen: A very nice sounding guitar but not very playable for me.
There are still a couple more that I would like to play. And I will probably go back and play the ones listed above to make sure my impressions are accurate.