Jimmy Romeo of Blu-Creative discusses the new Historical Documentary “What Lies beneath the Water” that he created with his partner Jonathan Lutton. This film was inspired by the Great State of Michigan and the early years of lumberjacks and loggers who help shape American.
The film tells the story of the Gabriel Currie, formerly of Los Angeles a legend-track handmade guitar builder, the Echopark Guitars owner and builder how leaving the West Coast to come east would make the history books come to life. and he’d come face to face with the famous Charles Hackley’s legacy. A chance meeting with Brian Mooney, president of Detroit-based Integrity Building Group, led to a business partnership where Hackley’s sunken logs from the depths of Muskegon Lake will soon become some of Currie’s priciest and rarest guitars yet. The use of Michigan pine from a bygone logging era Currie said. “Once the wood is gone, it’s gone. I might be able to make 100 pieces … maybe.” Check out the Movie on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tXIlxHXjig&t=1936s