it has been a very strange gap between my last post and what I have to share today, which is a small gigantic milestone. I want to celebrate the fact that I've made 10 guitars.
You just can’t find anything more special than the guitar you’ll build with me using your own hands.
Wade had always been building things since he was a little kid. He had a background in machine design and transferred a lot of that background into learning how to construct instruments.
Using the same techniques as the ones employed in building classical guitars, Hart's Guitars is excited to introduce its debut Classikulele!
In celebration of two years on this journey, I can think of no better way than to hit the publish button then go grab a spot on the couch with this beauty until it's bedtime.
...he took this beautiful instrument to show to his wife and kids: a Spruce top with Limba back and sides and a Brazilian Rosewood fretboard.
This is a comprehensive diy setup guide for acoustic and classical guitars.
In the shop, it was the beginning of guitar 008 but Jeff was student 001 at Hart's Guitar's School of Lutherie guitar building intensive.
At the risk of missing out on meeting new clients and pencilling in names for the upcoming guitar building classes, I think it's more important to do my part
He found my website online and is coming to build his own guitar during this downtime, a reward to himself for hard work.
My first student at Hart's Guitar's Co. Ltd has been a friend of mine for a long time. His wife bought him a spot in my guitar building intensive as what must be the coolest gift ever for anyone who plays guitar.