A couple more tenor guitar pictures. Continue reading (Further) Refinements on the Tenor Guitar
The following goes in reverse order and documents my current experiments in refining the top of the tenor guitar. No annotations this time, although I will say that the black filler is hide glue with pigment added — technically it’s “Old Brown Glue”, as it has longer open time than my traditional hide glue. I use it here both for filler and as a glue … Continue reading Refinements on the Tenor Guitar
More lasers in lutherie… . Now I’m just getting lazy with some of this work that could easily be done with a bandsaw and hand plane… . Sorry about the poor lighting. Continue reading Lasers in Lutherie.
More images tonight of guitarmaking. This tenor guitar is going to be pretty snazzy, I think. This is my second non-geo + guitar post. See this link https://smathermather.wordpress.com/2014/12/15/and-now-for-something-completely-different-guitarmaking-by-a-geo-geek/ for the previous. I hope you once again enjoyed this non-geo diversion. Until next time… . Continue reading Moar guitarz
Guitarmaking (a subset of lutherie) has been an alleged hobby of mine for quite a few years– from the moment I started my first guitar in 1996 or 1997. Over the years, I’ve continue to acquire tools and wood, and started a couple more guitars. I had lots of fire behind my workshop work 7 years ago. And then I got a new and wonderful … Continue reading And now for something completely different… (guitarmaking by a geo-geek)