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Wholesale nut and saddle source?
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Hello All,I checked out the thread on sources for bone nuts and saddles, and it's nine years old. So here goes the same question again, looking for an update.I'm looking for wholesale quantities of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Frazier Jul 8.

New website

Hello All,In October I got my new website up and running. It's got a bunch of videos of my classical and flamenco guitars being played by Daniel Roest, a really good player. Daniel and I talk about…Continue

Started Nov 25, 2017

Latest Dremel info?
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Hello All,In coming up with a new rosette design I find that I need a .030" wide circular groove right around the center. So I ordered a couple of .030" carbide end mills with 1/8" shanks. At first I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Allan Bacon Dec 25, 2017.

Minor triumphs
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Hello All,Every so often I'll come up with solutions to trivial problems, and I've taken to calling them "minor triumphs". The satisfaction is usually far greater than the actual utility of the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Russell Vance Apr 30, 2017.

 

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I make classical and flamenco guitars, and teach guitar making, here in the town of Fort Bragg, California, on the beautiful north coast. My wife and I moved here from Palo Alto sixteen years ago, and we love it!

In the early 1960's I spent 5 years making guitars, and at last decided that I had to do other things to make a living. In the early 1990's I was making furniture right in the middle of the Gryphon Stringed Instruments building, and all that contact with the luthiery guys reminded me of my first love. So in 1993 I went back to guitar making, and for the last several years I've been teaching it as well.

See my website: www.lessonsinlutherie.com

Cheers,

Brian

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