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Got a ton done today.  Starting with finishing fourteen neck blanks.  first I needed to complete the router cut for the carbon ..read more
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A fruitful afternoon in the workshop.  I got a good start on #s 129 and #130 sanding the backs down to .080, their final thickness, and ..read more
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Marya & I spent Halloween in Seattle with our daughter's family.  Whew, what an experience.  Perhaps 800 trick or treaters,   ..read more
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Was this sunset real.  I have never seen a layer of cloud lit up like this.  Maybe it was that Martini I enjoyed as I was inspecting ..read more
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Thats the old saying,  well we sure had one tonight But before the sky turned red, I had some fun making necks for future ..read more
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French polish seems to take forever.  Application after application and hardly any progress shows, and then suddenly the finish seems to ..read more
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Marya and I enjoyed a fascimating afternoon learning about the history of the piano, musical notation, and how the sound qualities of ..read more
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Long ago I adopted the "String Through" method of attaching strings.  The old method of strings hooked to a glued on bridge is weak and ..read more
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This old and labor intensive finish has been used for hundreds of years on fine instruments.  It provides the thinnest of finishes and so ..read more
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The final tasks were completed today,  shaping of the neck, sanding everything through three grits of sand paper, installing side dots ..read more

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