I get updates from people who play the guitars I build. Sometimes I reference them here, on the Appreciation page. It’s rewarding when players do that. Sometimes they send me pics of OUR babies… Yes, I build ’em and they … Continue reading
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Well. Here’s a nice looking old guitar. Here’s my analysis… Harmony steel string H162 model?, 000 shape ?, on the inside 2222H162 Requests Assessment Setup Strings Tuners Top is laminate/ply spruce, cracked on outside veneer Back and sides are plywood … Continue reading
This guitar hurts beautiful The tune it plays is gentle: rocking waves upon hull I hold it to my breast the aching wave shivers keel and ribs enclosing heart It makes my sternum hurt right there, above the heart An … Continue reading
I have guitars to sell! I have updated the guitars for sale page I added a link to a new cedar and rosewood double top. It’s a student model, so it will be priced to be affordable. I also moved … Continue reading
This Saturday I’ll be going down to University of Washington to present some thoughts to the attendees at the Classical Guitar Intensive Summer Workshop. This should be fun, in slightly terrifying way… 🙂 I get to talk about classical guitars … Continue reading
Gifted young guitarist Kyle Khembunjong (instagram @kyle.khembo) http://www.pictame.com/user/kyle.khembooo/1556840264 is keeping a video record of his practicing. As of today, Kyle is on day 62. He’s a hard worker and making the most of his talent. I have to say it’s … Continue reading
Why would you want more strings? Isn’t the guitar full of strings already? 8 strings extend the range of notes in a satisfying way.
A real extravaGANZa seriously fun. This is right before it opened to the public.
I’m going to Portland for the Saturday, Northwest Handmade Musical Instrument Exhibit. April 28th – Sunday, April 29th, 2018 It’s the first time for me at this show, so I’m not sure what to expect… Except that there are two … Continue reading