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    Any body know what's going on with the Hill Country Stringworks website? I tried to bring up the website to order an armrest and got a message that said I couldn't log in. Never used to have to log in. I emailed Doug and didn't get a readable reply. Thanks for any insight.
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    Doug posted here recently (last week maybe) about how they were having issues with their website and trying to sort them out ASAP.
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    As Jill said, there are website issues. Was stated on the Facebook page that new items will be for sale here in the classifieds as well as on Facebook.
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    He also said not to order off the website, lucky you couldn't get it to work, it hasn't been for a while and your order would not have gone thru.
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    I had emailed him last week and he responded a few days later. He is currently "out of the office" but will be back in a week or two.

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    Hi guys, yes the website is down and Im out of town until May 12th. Ill be getting with a web developer to build a new website when I return. Hes checking into it and hopefully it can be up and running soon. As said, well list new products on the Cafe as they become available.

    Thanks for you continued support.

    BTW, David McClung is in the shop to take inlay requests. Hes doing a great job with inlays. He just finished a pick box with a Fender Mustang

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    Doug, Thanks for the quick response you gave me last week, as you always do. I appreciate the great armrests and am looking forward to the next one! Dan
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