Bill Muir, our first online customer, posted about the primeVibe after seasoning his guitar:
"Definite improvement, both immediately after "priming', (guitar much livelier & more responsive) and also, after several more sessions, a 'residual effect' of sweeter tone that persists even days after the last primeVibe session. This tonal... enhancement seems to be gradually increasing too, after more primeVibe sessions & playing.
Very interested to see how much & how long this improvement continues, especially in the case of my rather heavily-built main guitar (in the picture) which has been played intensely, & almost daily, for the past 2½ years, so was already quite 'seasoned" before first using the primeVibe".
Please see a picture of his guitar at our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/primeVibe/122878727736228
It is a: Gibson 'Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe' - a 2006 reissue of the 1936 model1 comment
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James, the founder of primeVibe plays guitar. Debra the manager of pV is new at piano.
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James Romeyn needed something to season a new guitar and couldn't find anything that fit his needs so he came up with the idea of primeVibe. It seasons all instruments made of wood in 100 hours or less. Please see our videos to see how pV works :) James Romeyn retired from San Francisco Fire Department and started this business called primeVibe. He also worked selling and manufacturing high end audio speakers and other audiophile gear for approx. 22 years. Debra has written two books for children, and has helped James with his businesses.
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