Ok i asked my teacher if this was a good idea and he said yes. I read in dan erilwines guitar player repair guide that he would reccomend going to schools for luthiery to further my education i have…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Supplee Aug 23, 2012.
I just thought i would add a little something on here about the recent passing of the great jim marshell the founder and inventor of the marshell amp company. RIP Jim you made rock an roll happen…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark A. Kane Apr 7, 2012.
Heres an update on my double neck project named BEHEMOTH if you saw the last pics heres an update.…Continue
Started Mar 18, 2012
Had to add the wizard of oz theme there ( I am running sound for my local high school and we are doing this). But my point is this is not a question but a tale of a vintage that was so close to being…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Supplee Mar 18, 2012.
I Build, Repair and Play musical Instrumnets but also I am a Performer. Also i am Hot rodder and and Drag racer in my spare time.
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Hello Ian, please feel free to contact me regards general luthiery - I don't have many opinions about instruments or their quality but I will comment on whether a particular instrument is worthwhile repairing and what technique I would use (with the exception of some proprietary processes which belong to my business). I reply to all my private queries at one time so you may have to wait a day or two for replies and if you do not get a response withing two days please resend to get back to the top of the list. Use my personal Email address for correspondence firstname.lastname@example.org and follow up with email@example.com if necessary. Regards, Rusty.
Ian, what is the story with the Stromberg Voisinet in your profile pic? You knew maybe that I host facebook's Kay Kraft Guitar page and collect all of these?
Good luck with luthiery. You are getting a running start at the same age I started back in the 60's. There is an abundance of information and knowledge on this site. I will look for your postings and give you input if I am able. You probably won't get rich with luthiery, but, who knows?
Ian good luck at your new hobby my hope is that you will get a lot of plesure out of this site and maybe pick up some new ideds from all these good pepole .Bill Eden............
the only family instrument we have left of my great grandfather but its in austrialia with a cousin of mine but still at least we saved this beautiful kay kraft.
Snowing again in lovely PA
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