Guitarmaking Tradition And Technology

Author: Jonathan D. Solomon
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811806404
Size: 64.26 MB
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Hailed by Guitar Player magazine as "perhaps the finest book on guitars ever produced," and by Booklist as "a Rolls Royce of construction guidebooks," this impressive volume is the first book of its kind to describe in depth how both steel ...

E Guitar Making

Author: Norbert Waldy
Publisher: tredition
ISBN: 3849577066
Size: 49.75 MB
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Lateral reference points The lateral reference points are to be placed by the
same frets, like the dots. You have one dot by frets 35, 7 and 9 and two dots by
fret 12. Reference points can also be bought. 13.13. Where to buy, addresses
and links 13.14.
Fret wire (preparation) Cut your fret wires one by one. Let each fret wire trust
outward by 3 mm = 0.11" on each side. Rockinger has them as a set: 24 pieces,
18% neck-silver ...

The Phoenix Guitar Company S Guide To Guitarmaking For The Small Shop

Author: George S. Leach
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1627872523
Size: 40.64 MB
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1. Guitarmaking Tradition and Technology, by William R. Cumpiano and
Jonathan D. Natelson—a great general reference, and an excellent description of
both steel string guitar, and Spanish style classical guitar construction. 2. Making
an Archtop Guitar, by Robert Benedetto—another great reference by one of the
premier archtop builders of all time. 3. Making Master Guitars, by Roy Courtnall—
for the serious classical builder. It gives an excellent description of the bracing
techniques ...

The Art And Craft Of Making Classical Guitars

Author: Manuel Rodriguez
Publisher: Hal Leonard
ISBN: 1476855536
Size: 68.91 MB
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This book presents master luthier Manuel Rodriguez's thoughts on the history of the instrument he loved, including how the guitar attained its prominent position among musical instruments.

Hand Made Hand Played

Author: Robert Shaw
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781579907877
Size: 78.70 MB
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Rounding out the book is a Web directory and an index of luthiers. Players, craftspeople, collectors, and those who are simply fans of this popular instrument will find this volume irresistible!

The Electric Guitar Sourcebook

Author: Dave Hunter
Publisher: Backbeat Books
ISBN: 1476853479
Size: 59.63 MB
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In this book, Dave Hunter looks at the development of the electric guitar since the earliest instruments in the late 1930s, and how, since then, guitar makers and players have sought to define and refine all the elements that create a ...

Inventing The American Guitar

Author: Robert Shaw
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781458405760
Size: 59.73 MB
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(Guitar Reference). Inventing the American Guitar is the first book to describe the early history of American guitar design in detail.

Make Your Own Acoustic Guitar

Author: Melvyn Hiscock
Publisher: Nbs Publications
ISBN: 9780953104925
Size: 52.43 MB
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Not just a how-to guide, this book is also fascinating reading for guitar enthusiasts who are interested in understanding guitars.

How To Build Electric Guitars

Author: Will Kelly
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760342245
Size: 44.23 MB
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... introduction of subsequent skill sets. It should be noted that once a technique
has been imparted, the procedure is not interjected in later chapters unless there
are significant differences pertaining specifically to the new chapter. It is hoped
the reader will expand their skills organically by following the builds in sequence.
All of this said, however, the book can also work as a reference for the enthusiast
looking for instructions or advice on specific aspects of the guitar-building