Our friends at Keokee Publishing did an outstanding job on an article featuring Tonedevil Guitars in their summer 2020 edition of Sandpoint Magazine. You can follow the link and read the article on their website flip book or check out …Continue reading →
After the harp guitars are sanded, they are wiped with denatured alcohol to find any glue spots to sand and to remove any residual dust before the grain filler coat is applied. (Denatured alcohol or methylated spirits is ethanol that has additives to make it poisonous, extremely bad tasting, foul smelling or nauseating – thus the face mask).
The next S-12 harp guitars are all in the same state, now with the back glued on, the box is closed up and is looking very nice. Some finish sanding is next before the first coats of varnish will be …Continue reading →
Here is a video from the wood shop of Anthony gluing up a top sheet. This is an exciting part of building a harp guitar when the instrument really starts to take shape. He was leveling the sides, cutting out …Continue reading →