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Wide, brown binding tape

Hello All,I use the 3/4" wide, brown binding tape---wonderful stuff---for everything but gluing in bindings. For that it's long rubber bands that I get from Dykema rubber bands.I would like to be…Continue

Started Dec 7, 2018

free "Double Bevel Sharpening" .pdf
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Hello All,Thomas James' reply to another thread reminded me that I probably haven't mentioned the availability of my "Double Bevel Sharpening" booklet. I used to sell the whole system through LMI,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by onewent Aug 19, 2018.

Machine sanding rosewood
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Hello All, At age 78 I don't have the stamina that I had as younger man. I've been thinking that I ought to get a sanding machine of some sort to conserve my energy, and of course a drum sander is a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Burns Aug 25, 2018.

Dehumidifier
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Hello All,Since I live a mile from the Pacific, dehumidification is essential. Recently I've been getting around 3-4 years out of a compressor type dehumidifier before it fails, and isn't worth…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roger Häggström Aug 2, 2018.

 

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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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