Archive - 2010

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Table Saw Setup
2
Table Saw Tips
3
Gluing An Acoustic Guitar Bridge
4
Making the Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp
5
Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp
6
Routing Inlay Channels
7
Scribing Inlays
8
Gluing Inlay Patterns
9
Wooden Pick Guards
10
How To Cut Perfect Nut String Channels

Table Saw Setup

The Table Saw can be one of the most dangerous tools in the wood shop, especially if it is not set up correctly. Wood can kick back, splinter and become dangerous flying objects. Learn about blades, fence setup, trundle setup and what fences, and safety equipment you should use.

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Table Saw Tips

The table saw is the work horse of the wood shop. It is also one of the most dangerous. We have here several tips that will help you complete you table saw cutting tasks more efficiently, have better quality and make for a safer work environment.

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Gluing An Acoustic Guitar Bridge

Okay. First things first. Before you glue on the bridge for an acoustic guitar, the entire guitar needs to be finished and buffed out first. In the past, when I first entered into guitar building, I started applying my guitar bridges on the guitar and then finished over them. While this is an accepted practice[…]

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Making the Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp

If you have ever tried to clamp an acoustic guitar bridge with long reach clamps, you know what a hassle it can be to get the clamps set just right, the bridge aligned and prevent damage to the interior of the guitar. With this free PDF download you can make a great bridge clamp that makes all of these problems go away. This article is the instructional materials on how to make this easy to construct clamp.

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Acoustic Guitar Bridge Clamp

If you have ever tried to clamp an acoustic guitar bridge with long reach clamps, you know what a hassle it can be to get the clamps set just right, the bridge aligned and prevent damage to the interior of the guitar. With this free PDF download you can make a great bridge clamp that makes all of these problems go away.

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Routing Inlay Channels

Other than the actual cutting of the shell inlays from the slabs of shell, routing the channels to receive the inlays is the most demanding task in performing a inlay project. This article gives you tips and techniques to do just that.

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Scribing Inlays

Scribing the inlays into the fretboard or other wooden part of the guitar can be a very demanding and tedious process. We will give you fill directions and careful insight as to how to preform this task, including necessary tools and materials.

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Gluing Inlay Patterns

One of the essential steps in marking scribing the outline of inlays onto the neck or headpiece of a stringed instrument is to properly and securely glue the inlays into place. This article gives you tips on preparing to scribe you inlays.

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Wooden Pick Guards

Installing a wooden pick guard on an acoustic guitar is not that big of a challenge and it adds significantly to the aesthetic value of a guitar. This article guides you through the steps to make and install a beautiful wooden pick guard.

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How To Cut Perfect Nut String Channels

Cutting perfect nut channels to receive your guitar strings is one of the more important guitar making tasks we as luthiers are faced with. This article will walk you through the necessary steps, together with the proper tools to make this an easy project and the result will be the perfect guitar nut.

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