It sounds like your blood, sweat, and possibly a few tears along the way are really paying off. Great work! And interesting insight/tips into what is required to become a maker of quality Handpan. :)
I've been considering trying my hand at building for awhile now, and am not sure if your post is inspiring, or has put me off the idea even more. :D
I've heard of a lot of people in Australia struggling to get their hands on a pan, so if you're not already, I'm sure you'll be overrun with requests very soon. I think you might be the first Australian maker that I've heard of.
Thank you for introducing us to your work. And if you have/create a website/facebook page/etc., drop us a link, so people know where to go for more info. :)
only to shops? so you wont sell me one, but would if i was overseas? man that sucks? what shops?
im in south east qld and would be happy to drive down and pick up a beauty from you. please consider selling one to me as i want to buy Australian for the same reason you prefer not to sell international, for retuning or repairs your local.
Hi Percusso MaxFlint here ,I recently obtained one of your beautiful creations from Jackie in Victoria and forgive me but it got dropped .Badly need a retune do you think you could drop me some details so I can send it up
Mat , Thank you so much ,feeling awfully stupid for having it happen ,. Now is there any way to contact you direct ,although I understand that you cannot afford to waste time if your details go viral.Might isuggest a facebook name where messages can be sent without having to friend everyone.
I just would like an alternate contact point to keep track of my baby ,but I do understand if you'd prefer just the forum .regards and respect Max