- Aug 20, 2010
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I went in to LMI the other day. Got to talking to an employee about why they didn't sell the business rather than just fading into the sunset. His take was that they weren't making money. That they weren't making money largely because small builders of acoustic instruments were fading away all the younger were CNC and electrics. Acoustic builders aging out and not being replaced by a new generation. He said he could count on one hand the number of younger customers he has seen in the last several years. I'm wondering if this is a US thing or global. Do we have many builders on this forum under 40?