The next 3 S-12 harp guitars got the tops and backs glued on, as well as fingerboards and head veneers; the only thing left now is to do final shaping, finishing, glue on the bridge, install tuners and string them up!!
Here is the next batch of necks going to the CNC shop to get cut into our necks for not only the S-12 harp guitar, but also a newly designed 6-string guitar. I’ll post some pix of the designs on … Continue reading →
A busy day at the shop with final polishing and buffing of the latest harp guitars. 3 bridges were also glued on after they were aligned and traced as u can see in the photo. The varnish is then ground … Continue reading →
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 →
This is my good friend Alden (nealham.com, morganpost.com) behind the camera who is using our shop facility for a film project he is working on. It was great to spend some time with him the week he was here and be able to see … 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 →
Getting further along in the shop, today we were gluing in the necks, harp head stock and kerfing. We should be able to glue on some top sheets and then the backs to close up the box very soon. In … Continue reading →