A man who had not written a letter in over twenty years decided to write one to Morgan Guitars.Read More
Peonies and Cherry Blossoms in the GardenRead More
Bright coloured composite stone plates that make you go ah.Read More
The Deep Dove Divas take on The Ride to Conquer Cancer.Read More
If you happen to be passing by gate B-18...Read More
A Morgan in his hands.Read More
Inspiring words from George Canyon Band member, Jay Buettner.Read More
A familiar face took home our OMR series we donated to the CBC food bank drive.Read More
Winter BuildingRead More
Little Reed admiring his dad's Morgan.Read More
Every piece of wood tells a story.
Some more rare than others.
Farley and his GuitarRead More
Farley Mifsud, a 16 year old student of CYMC (Comox Valley Youth Music Centre), was the lucky recipient of a one year loan of a Morgan guitar last year. The guitar was generously donated to CYMC a few years ago by a long term supporter, who believed that a high quality instrument would enrich the learning and playing experience of young guitar students.
As soon as Farley received the guitar last year, it had a profound, life-changing effect on him.Read More
"David, Thank you for building the finest acoustic guitar I've ever played."Read More
After a short hiatus we are back. With a brand new website!Read More
Another Milestone for Morgan GuitarsRead More
Many years ago, on a weekend, we were standing around on Jean's shop floor on east Cordova St. in Vancouver surrounded by large machinery and the ubiquitous piles of wood and he said, "If I could only live for 100 more years, I could really figure out how to make guitars."Read More
An original CBC documentary created in 1983 that was shot on location at Larrivée's first West Coast shop on Esquimalt Road, Victoria, BC, where David first began his journey into guitar building.Read More
The first disc jockey to ever play rock n' roll music in Vancouver, BC interviews David for Global News.Read More
Why He Can’t Part With His $40k Guitar
It took David Iannone 200 saws and incalculable patience to cut through the pearl and mammoth tusk ivory that bedeck his masterpiece, the $40,000 “M2K.” And it’s for sale. I think.Read More