Hey everyone, not sure if this is of an interest or not but when I am not spending my pastime in the woodshop I also play guitar. I thought I would share a rough track from my home studio of a piece I have been working on the last few months on and off. The title of the actual instrumental is “Mr. Reed” dedicated to the amazing guitar guru Jerry Reed. I added some past projects along with my gilrfriend Jenn’s awesome wildlife photography. I like to call this little 2 m...
Things I am going to make from this ole Texas barn Part 1... #1: This ole barnwood is too pretty to carve a ranch sign out of...but too late now :)
This ole barnwood is too pretty to carve a ranch sign out of…but too late now :) Yep, that’s my blog and I am a sticking to it…Got an order last week for a 1”x12”x12’ and a 1”x12”x6’ carved sign for a ranch in Comanche, Texas and the lady wanted it carved on old barnwood and ready for her husband’s birthday on the 4th of next month, so I took a deposit and looked at what I had and I did not have a 12 foot long piece, so I started sw...
my project is a mutar a home made guitar that will combine wood metal and plastic and plug into my Dulcenea a converted Thomas transister electric organ with a compaq presario computer. i am building the mutar from red oak and the internal electrics from digi key and scratch with home style configuation of an inverter from heathkit shell and circut boards from Radio Shack this project is being done by me to help my understanding of particle wave dynamics and relativity of light and life be it...
I was 22 years old in 1976. I was in college to get a teaching degree and at the same time also attending the Maine school of Guitar making (luthiery). For the next few years I made guitars and sold them to college students. I finished about 20 of them. When I graduated from college I had to live out of state and after two years of that got married. Work and family took me away from the smell of brazilian rosewood and sitka spruce. Move ahead to 2008. I’m back in Maine at the old fam...
James Peters enjoys what he does. Waking up every morning and working in his woodshop in the back of his house is the “bees knees” as James says. Once there, he makes custom acoustic guitars. He is, as it’s called, a luthier based in Springfield, TN. After moving to Nashville in 1989 and having some success in the country music songwriting industry, a friend asked James to repair his guitar. It was after that experience that he realized it would be easier &mdas...
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