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Published: Sunday, Aug. 31 2014 10:00 p.m. MDT

Updated: Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 7:09 a.m. MDT

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panamadesnews
Lindon, UT

Wow. What a success story. Good luck Mr Daynes. Hope you make it another 150 years. I have a baby grand in my home. Would love to have a Steinway, but no room for it.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

They are still in business becuse they have not diversified or morphed into something they are not like most short term business venture's turn out to be.

I have always maintained that there is nothing more useful a tool or instrument than simplicity and craftsmanship. Instruments and tools and buildings designed and built by craftsmen will last 100 years. I have clocks that have not changed since 1897 that are still working and running today and will become heirlooms if they are recognized for what they are. Craftsmen built america, not corporate giants and wall street.

What craftsmen build are in harmony with environment and man all using materials of nature. The most beautiful design in creation is that of man and being a human, for which all things are designed around and attempt to emulate and copy.

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