My name is Steve Marks, maker of custom, hand crafted electric and steel string acoustic
guitars. I make the kind of guitars that I enjoy playing; this gives me a personal
bond with every instrument I make. In fact, before an instrument leaves my shop,
I have played it for many hours. I want to give the instrument enough time to settle
in, enough time for me to fine tune it for excellent playability, and enough time
for me to enjoy it some before sending it out into the world.
To find out more about my guitars, and my approach, goals, and objectives in making
them, choose from the menu at the top of this page.
If you want to find out more about my guitars, talk about purchasing your very own
JeSt guitar, or just want to say howdy, drop me a note at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Word About My Web Site
I built this web site myself using a software tool called WebPlus X4. There are
several “features” that are either related to either my ineptitude or the software’s
limitations. First of all, I own the content, so if you find typos, or things which
are obviously idiotic, those are mine, and if you could drop me a line letting me
know, I would greatly appreciate it. The primary limitations of the software that
I know of, at least in how I know how to implement it, are:
- It uses a fixed page width. This may result in the annoying horizontal scroll bar
on some screens.
- The navigation bar on the top of the pages uses ActiveX controls. If you are using
Internet Explorer, you may get a warning, or it may simply not work. You will have
to allow the ActiveX controls to navigate through the site. Your browser may warn
you that allowing ActiveX controls to run could cause your computer to explode, but
it will usually let you do it anyway if you choose to take your life it to your own
hands. You may see a banner at the top of this window that you can click on and allow
the controls to run. It seems to run OK on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, at
least on my machine.
Again, if you find this excessively annoying, or impossible let me know, and I will
try to figure out another method for navigation. If your computer blows up, I take
no responsibility since I warned you.