Sunday, August 28, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Like all of my guitars, this one ended up very different than I had planned. Originally, I wanted to build a solid, all Canarywood guitar. Unfortunately, the sheer weight of the body required a rethink. As a result, I ended up carving out the body. Then I added a few Mahogany accents and some sound holes. The result, I feel, is my best effort to date. Of course, like all of my other guitars, this one will go up for sale soon. If you're interested, $800 + shipping will put it in your hands.
Friday, August 5, 2011
It hasn't got a name yet, but it'll hardly anonymous. This guitar features a Honduran Mahogany neck and body with flame Maple caps. The neck has a pair of carbon fiber strips to resist twisting and warping. Set-in construction is being used for the neck to body joint and by recessing a tune-o-matic bridge, I'll be able to keep the neck straight.