Andreini Stoke

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by scnate, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. scnate

    scnate New Member

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    I haven't posted in a while but wanted to share a great experience with a great shaper. Picked up a new 8' Serena and couldn't be more stoked on it. Marc was one of the easiest shapers I have dealt with. Really nice guy and it was finished exactly when he said it would be. The glassing is great also. I have only had it out in some shoulder high mush, but it felt really good. I can't wait to get it out in some bigger waves. I just want to pass on a good experience and thank Marc.

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  2. Ticowannabe

    Ticowannabe Well-Known Member

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    cool, you are in a large and growing group of stoked customers...me included
     
  3. jbb

    jbb Active Member

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    All by Andreini in my quiver(guess this ties into the thread about working with only one shaper)

    12' Hippy Pin
    11' Triple stick glider - yes, I bought the board from Marc that I was helping him sell.
    10'10" glider
    10'3" Vaquero - 2 of them. One was Marc's and one I had custom made.
    9'6" gun based on a Diffenderfer template

    Guess you could say that I'm a happy customer, too.
     
  4. Knots

    Knots Active Member

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    Very nice. Stoked for ya.

    Aloha
     
  5. Ticowannabe

    Ticowannabe Well-Known Member

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    And after riding JBB's 10'10 Andreini glider last weekend for the first time at his spot in SD i jumped at the 11' shark camo epoxy of Marks that he was selling.

    Before he or semp bought that one too
     
  6. dingdong

    dingdong Well-Known Member

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    congrats, sweet looking board
     
  7. Wade In The Waves

    Wade In The Waves Well-Known Member

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    SCNate, stoked for you. Are you a part of the four doors crew?
     
  8. dingdong

    dingdong Well-Known Member

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    curious, what's the difference between the serena's and the vaquero's? serena from the looks seems built for speed?
     
  9. jbb

    jbb Active Member

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    dingdong wrote:
    My understanding is that the Serena is a pin tail vaquero. Def built for speed and carverama.
     
  10. Roach

    Roach Member

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    You're going to fall in love when it turns on.
    Congrats on the board. Glassed at SCBBG?

    Seems to be a posse building out there, or as JBB puts it: Andreini Army.

    I couldn't agree more about dealing with Marc. Super layed back, humble and accountable. A living text book when it comes to smoothies and long hulls. As stoked, if not more than I was when discussing a custom. Looking fwd to her coming out of the glass shop soon.
     

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