Yazaki-san has been out on another adventure to the Sentimental Cafe in Bangkok, Thailand, and has shared some photos of his visit!
Since Yazaki-san’s visit to the Sentimental Cafe last October, they have become a Spec Corporation dealer, and today, September 22nd, they hosted an open house so visitors could experience Yazaki-san’s beautiful Spec audio electronics for themselves.
Yazaki-san told me everyone had a wonderful time visiting and listening to music! Looks fun!
By the way, that’s a very fine Western Electric replica 16 A horn you see in the photos.
The Western Electric 16A horn is part of a 4-way speaker system, of which Yazaki-san said, “I enjoyed the sound of this 4-way system. Nattawoot-san’s effort, skill, and his excellent hearing sense brought out the best fo this well-balanced music system.”
It looks like everyone had a wonderful time!
Many thanks to the very kind group of music lovers and audio enthusiast at the Sentimental Cafe for their encouraging words towards me and my humble blog!
You made my day! Thank you! 🙂
The Sentimental Cafe looks like such a wonderful place to visit!
If you’re in Bangkok be sure to drop in and have some coffee at the Sentimental Cafe, listen to a little music on a great music system, and enjoy the good conversation!
The old bald guy with the beard you see sitting at the corner table enjoying the music while sipping a cappuccino, might be me making a surprise visit, so be sure to say “Hi!”.
As always, thanks for stopping by, and may the tone be with you!