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Online Archtop Guitar Building Course with João cassias
Brazilian luthier, João Cassias, teaches how to make an archtop guitar from raw materials to a finished guitar in his complete online archtop guitar building course. www.obrienguitars.com/courses www.cassiasguitars.com.br
Views: 3220 OBrienGuitars
Guitar Plans - How To Find The Best Guitar Plans Download
Visit http://guitarplans.org to download the best guitar plans that I used to build homemade guitars
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Building an archtop guitar Gibson L5 from Bob benedetto's book luthier Tools Jig
Here is my first archtop build, I have been doing solid bodies for the past 10 years or so. This took about 6 months I used Bob's book as a reference, its a must have, and plans for a Gibson L5. Not too many issues here for my first build. Guitar plays and sounds great. Top is Spruce, back and sides are flame maple. Finish is tru-oil. Other video's show some highlights on how to do a fretboard, nut, and everything else.
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How to Design Your Own Guitar - Overview
https://guitarmaking.co.uk/course/design-your-own-guitar/ This is a Free Lesson from one of my online courses at https://guitarmaking.co.uk How to Design Your Own Guitar. Overview of the design process The final lecture of the introductory section. I summarise the design process and you get a flavour - don't worry if the video seems a bit fast - I go over each element in more detail on the course. Why design your own guitar? Designing your own guitar is fun and working through the design process is a great way to gain a better understanding of the instrument. If you like guitars, this is a really interesting way to spend a few hours, but also a great starting point if you want to get a custom guitar made, or build your own. You could just follow a pre-made plan but it is much more rewarding to design completely from scratch. You can let your imagination run wild as guitars can be virtually any shape. A working drawing is essential if you intend to build the guitar and an invaluable way to communicate your ideas to your guitar maker should you decide to have it made for you. Overall Aim To begin with a blank sheet of paper and work through the entire design process, making vital decisions as you go. You will finish with a custom guitar drawing of your very own. Step by Step The course will guide you step by step through the guitar design process from the perspective of a professional builder. The design will be a real working drawing of a guitar and the course is intended to give you the best possible chance of success if you do go ahead and build. The guitar designed in this course will be made in the next course - Build Your Own First Guitar. Over and over again You will need only a few inexpensive items to complete your drawing. These along with the course material can be used over and over again as many times as you want until you find the perfect design! The perfect design There is no such thing as the perfect design. As all guitarists know, one is never enough. You cannot for instance have one guitar with and without a trem, or made with a maple body and a mahogany body. There is an infinite number of ways a guitar can be put together and each way would have its own particular uses, which is why many guitar players are single or at least divorced. How long will it take? Drawing a shape for your guitar is the easy bit. Making sure all the important bits are in the right place and that it will actually work as a musical instrument requires a little work. It will take a couple of hours to go through the process the first time as there is a lot of information to cover but once you have completed the course and understand the process will become easier and quicker. Whats included The course contains full instructions and a library of templates to create your own original guitar design and working drawing. It covers all aspects of designing a solid body electric guitar, including vital information on construction styles, wood, hardware, bridges, tuners, pickups , electrics and much more. Library of templates (downloadable PDF's) are included for tracing, to aid in your drawing. Why I wrote it There is much myth and confusion around the world of guitar design. This course aims to fix that and help to avoid many of the common mistakes made by the unwary. Whats possible These instructions cover only solid body electric guitars. Acoustic, semi-acoustic and archtop guitars have other aspects of the design like bracing which is beyond the scope the course. Left hand or right hand Left handed designs can also be drawn using this method, usually this will be simply turning the tracing over. https://guitarmaking.co.uk/course/design-your-own-guitar/
Views: 32167 Bailey Guitars
How I built my first electric guitar (telecaster)
Thanks a lot for watching!! (* maybe you may want watch how I built my first acoustic guitar---- https://youtu.be/BhnuD1Msp_0 ) This is my first handmade electric guitar, it took me around 4-5 monthes to finish it. The woods I used are Basswood for the body and Maple for the neck. The fretboard is Rosewood. Finish has been done with Tru-Oil. Finish of the body was accomplished with some water based filler and color. I used templates from here: http://potvinguitars.com/ and plans from here: http://ultimate-guitar-online.ultimate-online-services.com/zencart/ Please feel free to ask any questions. If I've inspired you, and you liked the video, please consider to make a small donation for future videos or just buy me a beer :) You can support me and buy yourself a small item from Redbubble with my logo: https://www.redbubble.com/people/enotokrot/works/25644474-hedgehog-creates-stuff?asc=u&p=mug&ref=product-title&style=standard Thank you for your support! Cheers! p.s. The music that is played in the background is an improvisation recorded by me in the kitchen :)
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Gibson Custom Memphis - ES Series: Constructing the Body
http://www.premierguitar.com PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Memphis, TN, where he visits the Gibson Custom Memphis factory. The Gibson Custom Memphis factory builds all the ES hollow- and semi-hollow bodied guitars, the white Les Paul and the Gibson EDS-1275 double-neck. In this segment, we get to check out how the ES Series guitars are built. Here, we get to see how the wood is cut, pressed, sanded, bound and eventually put together. For more gear news and reviews or to view our completely FREE digital Premier Guitar magazine, be sure to visit http://www.premierguitar.com
Views: 234943 Premier Guitar
Summer NAMM '11 - Gitane Guitars DG-560 Nylon String Demo
http://www.premierguitar.com PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location in Nashville, TN, for the 2011 Summer NAMM Show where he visits the Gitane Guitars booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear a demo of the Gitane Guitars DG-560 Nylon String acoustic gypsy-jazz guitar. For more Summer NAMM '11 videos or to view our COMPLETELY FREE digital edition magazine, be sure to visit http://www.premierguitar.com
Views: 19609 Premier Guitar
Part 1 - How To Create A Guitar Template
This is a Custom hand built Telecaster style guitar I'm building with a Stephen's Extended Cutaway neck. I'm documenting the complete build with a video construction diary. Select HD 720P and watch in full screen Fletcher Handcrafted Guitars Original Telecaster Template from www.guitarbuildingtemplates.com Email Inquiries: fletcherhandcraftedguitars@gmail.com
Guitar building (talking templates and drawings)
In this video I cover a basic overlay or drawing your guitar design. I will eventually start adding links in my video descriptions to useful channels, places and information on the subject matter I cover. I will be working very hard in my spare time to research any question you ask on the subject matter I bring up if I don't know the answer right there and then. As a luthier I am always learning, and hope to keep learning as I take this journey into the world of building guitars. Thanks once again for joining me and tuning in :).
Semi Hollow Body (es335-style) Part 1 - Wood Selection
http://www.guitarplansplus.com - Videos showing step-by-step how to build an es335- style semi hollow body electric guitar. Plans are available at the website. Thanks for watching
Views: 26148 GuitarPlanPlus.com
Router Copy Carving Jig
Mandolin and guitar maker Paul Tozer demonstrates to Jeremy Broun his home made router copy carving jig.
One (Transforming) Guitar for Every Gig! / Woodworking
Check it out v2.0!! https://youtu.be/2XLz5cQAWLA Vectric asked me to use their Aspire software to make a guitar. I couldn't decide on a shape so I didn't. Free Vectric-compatible plans and more here! https://release.vectric.com/tim-sway-guitar/ http://www.vectric.com My CNC http://www.cncrouterparts.com Tip Cup: http://www.paypal.me/timsway My Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/timsway My Website: http://www.timsway.net My personal store: https://squareup.com/store/timsway My Podcast: http://www.reclaimedaudiopodcast.com My Etsy: http://timsway.etsy.com be good, Tim
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How To Make A Guitar Template
Hey everyone here is a great video on how to create your own paper Guitar template like I used in the guitar series. This template is use to create concept art for your guitar that you want to paint. Be sure to Like this video and don't forget to subscribe. Thank you. Templet Link Here: http://db.tt/vTPWz7df Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JosephTubb Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephtubb or @josephtubb Instagram: @josephtubb Subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/artistjosephtubb PhatGuitar Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhatGuitars Note for some reason unknown to me all you see in the video is the Mouse pointer and not the brush or other selection tools in photoshop. I'm not sure why this happen but never the less the content in still very good and helpful. You should have any issues using photoshop when watching this video.
Views: 34663 Joe Tubb
How to build a Gibson Les Paul style guitar in 10 mins
My name is Artur Mihalas. This is my first handmade guitar.ROYAL CRAFT - SAUCY BEAUTY. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/ArturMihalas?sub_confirmation=1 Vieo&Sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZWT0ULThe8 Body: mahogany + Ash + Wenge Top ... Neck: mahogany + Rosewood / Mensur: 631/ Fokin Pickups Full building process with Photos here: http://graceofex.blogspot.com/ Dogmano Dolls: http://www.dogmanodoll.com/ VK: http://vk.com/royalcraftguitars ------------------------------------------------------- Please Donate for new projects: USA http://bit.ly/PayPal_USA or DE http://bit.ly/PayPal_DE or RU http://bit.ly/PayPal_RU ------------------------------------------------------- E-Mail: arturmihalas@gmail.com E-Mail: info.royalcraft@gmail.com Musik: Dam Cummins - For All Time Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/royalcraftguitars/ Fasebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/royal.craft.guitars/ Vkontakte: http://vk.com/royalcraftguitars Tel: +4917612825444 Germany
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Introduction to the wood, tools and plans used in guitar building video
You can learn more about my guitar building, banjo and mandolin DVDs at http://www.hotstringsguitar.com. These are clips from my hour long video introducing the first time guitar builder to the wood, tools and plans needed to build an acoustic guitar. I also covers the difference between buying a structured kit vs. building it from scratch. Learn more about my videos at www.hotstringsguitar.com or http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Hot-Strings-Guitar-Shop Copyright®2009 Jamie Boss
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Building an ES-335 -Style Guitar
http://www.guitarplansplus.com - Preview video on how to build an ES335-style guitar. Introduction to the videos available at our website taking you step-by-step through the entire construction.
Views: 28820 GuitarPlanPlus.com
Making a Guitar on a Desktop CNC Router
We have created a new custom guitar file for your cnc machine to cut out! For the instructions and the cut file please visit https://lagunatools.com/cnc-projects/cnc-cutting-a-guitar-on-the-laguna-iq Free CNC Info Packet at http://bit.ly/2mWwi3m -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Make A Van A Home! with Twig Custom Builders and Laguna Tools" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pN8qHK76_rU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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RHYTHM GUITAR 011: Jazz Rhythm Guitar (part one)
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY... http://creativeguitarstudio.com/membership_plans.php Join the Members area to watch Part 2 of this video and download this lesson PDF Handout & MP3 JamTracks: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Hundred's of FREE lesson Handout PDF's and MP3 Jams at http://www.andrewwasson.com/recent_posts.php Welcome to Rhythm Guitar - Episode 11. This lesson plan explores the basic group of rhythms that are important to playing jazz style rhythm guitar. Our focus in this lesson will be on developing your ability to perform the foundational combinations of jazz rhythm accents and syncopations. In the lesson, we’ll study popular recurring jazz feels like the “Charleston Rhythm,” and the, “Single-Measure” Up Beat Feel. We’ll also look at more complex jazz rhythms like “Dotted Eighth-Notes,” and THE “Double-Measure” Up Beat Feel. Our lesson will also be touching on how these different rhythmic accents also affect different approaches to harmony. So, let's get things started here; in Rhythm Guitar 11. Be sure to watch Part 2, 3 and 4 of this lesson in the members area at... www.CreativeGuitarStudio.com The handout and TAB chart will be available in the members area at, "Creative Guitar Studio.com" Enjoy the lesson. DONATIONS: http://www.andrewwasson.com/donations.php MY 2nd YOU TUBE CHANNEL: The Guitar Blog http://www.youtube.com/guitarblogupdate ____________________________________ MY TWITTER FEED: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com ____________________________________ Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: http://www.zazzle.com/creativeguitarstudio ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ ____________________________________ MUSIC: Listen to some of my songs. http://www.andrewwasson.com/audio.php ____________________________________ Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 ____________________________________
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How to build an electric guitar (aka Barncaster)
In this episode, I'm checking off one of my bucket list projects. I have been wanting to build a guitar body for years. I'm calling this my Barncaster. This body is made from reclaimed wood from my Grandpas barn. In this episode, I go through the entire process of making the body, to finishing and assembling the guitar. It turned out great. If you enjoyed this video, please give it a thumbs up and be sure to click the subscribe button so you don’t miss any upcoming videos. If you enjoyed the video, please share it on social media. If you want to get notified of new videos, just click the bell icon to get notifications. Check out my 2nd channel, Inside Home Built Workshop. It has some behind the scenes and show a bit of what is happening, in and around the shop. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwETOrhG-dxWzebq4XNnFg I'm now on Patreon. Want to help support the channel? https://www.patreon.com/homebuiltworkshop Visit my website at www.homebuiltworkshop.com. Don't forget to submit your favorite Local Supply Shop to the map on my site. Just click the Local Resources link at the top of the page. ------Connect on Social Media------ https://www.facebook.com/homebuiltshop https://twitter.com/homebuiltshop https://www.pinterest.com/homebuiltshop https://plus.google.com/114821620280999311026 https://www.instagram.com/homebuiltshop/ http://homebuiltshop.tumblr.com/ ------ Mailing Address ------ Home Built Workshop LLC P.O. Box 84 Peyton, CO 80831 Please remember when using tools of any type, there is the potential for injury. Work at your own risk, be safe, wear your safety gear, and most of all, have fun!
Views: 394535 Jeff Baker
How to Practice and build Speed on the Guitar Raines LA7 Archtop Bullet 100w Amp
http://www.mattraines.com Another installment of "watch me practice in my thai massage pants". Gotta work that shit and get to shreddin people!
Views: 1458 Matt Raines
Easy Guitar Drawing for Custom Guitar Bodies, Part 1 [CNC / CAD Project]
Need a guitar drawing so you can CNC a custom electric guitar body? Me too!  Ever since I got in our new Shapeoko CNC Router Kit, I've been thinking about what projects I want to build with it.  Custom electric guitars are very high on the list.  And a little DIY CNC Router like this one is the perfect tool for it. It's easier than you'd think.  In fact, I'll show you in this quick video how to get started. Free DXF files in the associated blog post: http://blog.cnccookbook.com/2017/08/07/easy-guitar-drawing-custom-guitar-bodies-part-1-cnc-cad-project/
Views: 2563 CNCCookbook
1957 D' Angelico New Yorker Deluxe Archtop Jazz Guitar - THE GEORGE GRUHN ® GUITAR SHOW (S3)
In this episode, George describes one of the most iconic jazz guitars ever made - an incredibly beautiful 1957 D' Angelico "New Yorker" Deluxe Archtop Jazz Guitar. At the beginning of the episode, we were incredibly lucky to have Mr. Wes Langlois (Gruhn's Staff Member) demo the guitar's warm jazz tones - prior to George's description. During the episode, George focuses primarily on the guitar's nitrocellulose binding.....which was deteriorating, badly, as George shows (with a flick of his finger!) in the episode. These guitars are just simply amazing creations and John D' Angelico was truly a Master Builder. Take It Away, Sir George & We Hope You Enjoy The New Episode! Sincerely, The Musician Network (TMNtv) The Musician Network ® | Set The Music Free ®
How to Build a 6-String Hollowbody Cigar Box Guitar
In response to a viewer question, this video will look at how to construct a true hollow body 6-string cigar box guitar. CLICK HERE to hear it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7a_9Ym5g30 We'll look at one method for doing this using a neck block and talk about bracing schemes. Many CBG designs involve a semi-hollow design with a neck-thru body, which chokes off acoustic resonance and makes the guitars only playable as electric instruments. This design provides for free motion of the top for a mellow acoustic tone akin to a regular hollow body instrument.
Views: 18666 The Guitologist
Guitar Encyclopedia | Electric Guitar builder construction
Tons of guitar making related articles available in the new Frudua guitar encyclopedia. VISIT NOW! http://www.frudua.com/guitar_craftpedia_en.html http://www.facebook.com/galeazzo.frudua Luthier Galeazzo Frudua introduces the Frudua Guitar Craftpedia. Tons ofa articles on guitar building . Index of articles contents: THE WOOD AND THE TONE Wood influence in tone Guitar woods How to cut wood. Neck influence in guitar tone Matching woods Quarter cut vs slab cut Seasoning wood The sound of wood The tapping techinque Wood tone diagram GUITAR AND BASS WOODS Guitar woods alder Guitar woods ash Guitar woods ash vs swamp ash Guitar woods basswood Guitar woods bubinga Guitar woods cocobolo Guitar woods ebony Guitar woods koa Guitar woods korina Guitar woods lacewood Guitar woods acero (maple) Guitar woods mahogany Guitar woods paduak Guitar woods pau ferro Guitar woods purple heart Guitar woods rosewood Guitar woods zebrawood Guitar woods wenge GUITAR AND BASS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 22 vs 24 frets Action Beveling Bolt on neck Bolt on vs neck through Compound radiu Contoured neck heel Floyd locking nut The fretboard Frets for guitar Fretwire types and sizes Graphite reinforcing bars Graphite nut Guitar finish Guitar glues Guitar nut materials Headstocks different types Maple tops Natural binding Neck joint Neck through Neck through philosophy Nut material Scalloped fretboard Set neck Set through neck Shielding Sustain Tone chambers Top plates Truss rod Type of necks GUITAR AND BASS ELECTRONICS AND PICKUPS Active vs passive Ceramic vs alnico Different types of pickup How pickups work Pickup placement Pickup potting Piezoelectric pickups Guitar and bass strings. Bass strings Different types of strings Mounting strings Nickel vs stainless steel Strings durability Strings structure Strings tension Strings vibration Build an electric guitar Building an electric guitar Building an electric guitar part 5 Building an electric guitar part 6 Building an electric guitar part 10 Building an electric guitar part 11 Guitar builder How to build an electric guitar from scratch How to build an electric guitar neck How to build an electric guitar part 1 How to build an electric guitar part 2 How to build a Les Paul guitar How to build a solid body guitar Guitar construction Classical Guitar construction Acoustic Guitar construction Electric Guitar construction Double top Guitar construction Flamenco Guitar construction Archtop Guitar construction bass Guitar construction Guitar plans Electric guitar kit How to make an electric guitar neck Electric guitar kti build Fender Starcaster Electric guitar kit How to make an electric guitar at home Mini Electric guitar kit Diy Electric guitar kit How to make an electric guitar scream Build your own Electric guitar kit How to make an electric guitar from scratch How to make an electric guitar sound like an acoustic Electric guitar making How to make an electric guitar sound metal Electric guitar process How to make an electric guitar body Luthier electric guitar making http://www.facebook.com/galeazzo.frudua
Views: 6976 FruduaTv
How To Make A Fretted Cigar Box Guitar
A cigar box guitar tutorial was the first project video of this kind I ever filmed. That was 4 years ago. I've always wanted to build a fretted version from the ground up, and for this video I finally got around to it. I hope you enjoy! The goal I set for the design was to use only tools and materials that can be purchased at a local hardware store, other than a cigar box and guitar strings. Below are the parts and tools used for this project. I occasionally overlook an item in a video this long so let me know if you notice anything missing from the lists. If you try this project be sure to let me know! I would love to see a video of your own cigar box guitars. Tools: ----------------------------------------------------- Tape Measure Pen/Pencil Hand Saw Hammer(Mallet)/Chisel Drill w/Bits Sand Paper/Sanding Block Fine Grain File Gel Super Glue Tape Razor Paste Wax (optional) Materials: ----------------------------------------------------- 1” x 3” Maple Plank (must not be warped) Wood Cigar Box 1 1/2” Inside Corner Brace (x3) 4” Eye Bolts/Nuts (x3) Door Hinge Pin Fencing Staples 1 1/2” Finish Nails (x12) #18 x 5/8” Pins (x3) Acoustic Guitar Strings Total build time should be around 8 hours, so the project can fit comfortably into a weekend. The cost of the materials not including any of the tools is about $35. Not bad for a guitar! I suspect I am going to receive quite a few comments saying I should have used wing nuts on the tuners so a wrench wouldn't be required, and that was initially my plan. The bolts are a little too close together on my model for wing nuts to spin without hitting each other, but feel free to try it yourself. If you would like to build a guitar with a different scale length than 24" you can use this website to calculate fret measurements: ​http://www.harpkit.com/category/fretcalc.html The first song I play in this video is 'Prelude to Cello Suite No.1' by Bach. The later songs are improvised blues. I was in drop D tuning. I also want to give a shout out to one of my favorite song covers played on a frettless Cigar Box Guitar, check this out if you want to see how well a CBG can be played: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIIEhH7xOXg #NightHawkInLight -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Check out my latest video: "How To View Invisible Air Currents With Lasers" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K94Cc21KEIA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1015849 NightHawkInLight
How to Build Your Own Guitar : Body Templates for Building a Guitar
Be sure to use a body template when building your own guitar. Templates show the outline and layout for bridge, and where screws and controls go. Find out more about body templates in this free guitar-building video. Expert: Frank Pope Bio: Frank Pope, founder of FBI Guitars, been building guitars for more than 10 years and has constructed more than 30 finished products. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
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Making a Guitar | Handcrafted Woodworking | Où se trouve: Greenfield Guitars
Making Acoustic Steel-string Guitars Did you enjoy this video? Please rate and leave a comment for us! (。◕‿‿◕。) Sign up to our newsletter for web series updates and future giveaway contests: http://eepurl.com/bLFBXP Meet Michael Greenfield, a musician who began tuning, repairing, restoring, and making guitars in the 70s and since then has become a seasoned luthier of bespoke guitars. Having experience with vintage and antique guitar repair and restoration, he brings a unique insight to his craft, creating personalized musical instruments and functional works of art for artists, collectors and those who deserve the very best. His workshop is based in Montreal, where we visited over a period of 5 months, filming as he and his apprentice, Julien, transformed slices of spruce, ebony, mahogany, and other tree species into glistening guitars. It was all of our collective vision to present the process in the most candid, down-to-earth fashion, so in this hour-long documentary you will see all the glue, smudges, shavings, dust, and callouses. His guitars feature Florentine cutaways with spalted beech rosettes, violin-style body purflings and simple decorative purflings along edges, Laskin style arm rests and rib rests, amongst other features. This documentary follows several different steel-string guitars from beginning to finish. As Michael puts it, the guitar still thinks it’s a tree until it receives its first set of strings and that is when the instrument is born. After many months of work, the magical moment when we hear a guitar’s first notes is like hearing a child’s first words. Visit Greenfield Guitars on the web ~ Official website: http://greenfieldguitars.com Michael’s Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GreenfieldGuitars Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Greenfield-Guitars-152000994906532 Amazon Links ~ Making master guitars: http://amzn.to/2c70HEW Guitar picks: http://amzn.to/2cn0bDq We shot this video on a Panasonic GH3: http://amzn.to/2cOoMmK Using a Benro tripod: http://amzn.to/2clpEd2 Subtitle Credits ~ Laos: Daosavanh Bannavong Thai: Varatit Kiratikit, of Kirati Guitars Visit Kirati Guitars on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kiratiguitars/ Additional Subtitle Contributors ~ Enzo Mendez, Ivo Cabrera Music Credits ~ The music featured in this film is by musicians using only Greenfield guitars and used with their permission. If you enjoyed the music, please check out the links below: “Mountain Air” composed & performed by Scott A. McAllister Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBWnZFPwoHI “Prelude to cello suite No. 1” Bach - cover by Scott A. McAllister Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sn2nIIw34RU “Impossible Story” written, arranged & performed by Brooke Miller Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEaHFZJxBRw Official site: http://www.brookemiller.ca Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BrookeMillerMusic Her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brookie.miller “V’la L’bon Vent” arranged and performed by Lizzy Hoyt Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aeC2fvYQJc Visit her site at: http://lizzyhoyt.com Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITTLxMXyMFoiP4UAnWtydA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lizzyhoytmusic On Amazon, “New Lady on the Prairie” album, featuring the track “V’la L’bon Vent”: http://amzn.to/2cNAC0p Stereokroma ~ ⭐ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stereokroma ⭐ Want to donate? https://www.ko-fi.com/stereokroma ⭐ We are also on Twitter & Instagram @Stereokroma ⭐ Get new videos in your email by joining our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bLFBXP ⭐ See more at: http://tv.stereokroma.com © 2016 Stereokroma Creative Services G.P.
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Craftsman turns Detroit’s unwanted wood into guitars
Detroit's reclaimed wood is getting new life thanks to Mark Wallace and his passion for hand crafting guitars. Wallace says his guitars are a tribute to Detroit's rich music history. Chip Reid takes us inside Wallace's workshop.
Views: 3828 CBS Evening News
In this video we meet Rudmer , a friend of mine and a helper at the Music Organization North (MON) a the largest place musicians can practice and meet at the stage Bar. So this morn i was there to drink me a coffee and Rudmer was like working on his Custom Guitar and I wanted to make a film of the building , so we take a look in part 1 what he did already , and he still has to do allot , but the hardest is done. Enjoy this video and check this link for some drawings of how to build one yourself and maybe I can now and then send you some advise , from Rudmer of course. Start building a Guitar NOW here is a free drawing template for you http://www.grellier.fr/plans.php?lang=en Christophe Gellier is a Professional Guitar builder and he has some cool drawings you may use , so hey go get some wood and make yourself a nice guitar this winter :) and play XMAS songs on it :) so get to work NOW hahah On this page, you will find a few plans that I ( Christophe Grellier )- have drawn. They are under the Creative Commons license. Download the DXF file only if you want to modify the plan using CAD software like LibreCAD. Right-click on the link, and choose "Save as ..." Good luck and let me know how it goes .... Video and music by Channel48 and Darlington studio Groningen the Netherlands Host and idea Puck Darlington (c) 2013
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Home made Erlewine / StewMac / Vinson Guitar Neck Jig
https://facebook.com/ngoneseven ||| http://fretfriend.co.uk *** Links to all materials used in the build are below *** On discovering that it would cost me over £500.00 [GBP] to import a StewMac/Erlewine Guitar Neck Jig, I decided to build my own using the Matt Vinson plans as a guide. As the US measurements are all in non-metric imperial] size, I changed some parts to metric as they are easier to find in England. I still have to fit a mini-jack at the neck end + I still need to rout/drill a recess/hole for the tie-strap to be used in conjunction with an eye-bolt plus I will use an adapted turnbuckle instead of a mini-jack! This cost me approximately £85.00 [GBP] to build. Any questions, feel free to ask! Here's what you'll need to build my version of this jig; Instructions: http://api.ning.com/files/HAVVJu2zjUSpk9hp*TDhq8f1lJp1ROG20YrU1d1Hf5dio4kSJSaYiEjlplY7Z-WWBkW1RMQzrlwFVfOW9vt7uLNwUX-p69br/How_To_Build_a_Neck_Jig__Matt_Vinson.pdf Dial indicators: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161580417937?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Steel rod [choose 10mm]: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171807925047?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=470747445322&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Steel rod caps [10mm]: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221802202012?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=520661693546&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Bolts, nuts and washers [6mm x 140mm]: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261514643096?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=560392181448&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT M6 threaded inserts: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171374585251?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=470424653291&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT M10 threaded inserts: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/280854278819?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Threaded eye bolt: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/311369053598?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=610459017302&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Clamping screws/knobs [6mm]: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121673240532?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT 2 x heavy duty tie-down straps (you'll need to shorten these): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2PK-25mm-x-3M-Heavy-Duty-Ratchet-Tie-Down-Straps-Alloy-Wheel-Truck-Trailer-Cargo-/360734820447?hash=item53fd78885f:g:6uAAAOxydl5SLIwH 1 x metal cam buckle: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301100241519?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&var=600211248509&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Not the same as the ones I got but M10 x 70mm leveling feet: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pack-of-8-Adjustable-Levelling-feet-M10-x-70mm-table-desk-cabinet-/281899328852? The Vinson instructions have all sizes in imperial (inches) but I built mine in metric. So, use 10mm and 6mm bolts/rods/screws...
Views: 7709 Fret Friend UK
Shane's Cigar Box Guitar Building Secrets - Antique boxes, yardsticks
http://shanespeal.com Antique cigar boxes, apple crate fretboards and other secrets are divulged in today's Cigar Box Nation TV Broadcast.
Views: 36179 Shane Speal
The Loar LH300 quick jazz riff
recently got this bad boy and i plan to put allot of time into it but figured id shoot up a quick vid in the meantime. hope you enjoy facebook.com/deanmurphymusic
Views: 2528 Dean Murphy
Making a Mold, Template and Bending Jig for Hawaiian Tenor Ukulele
Creating a mold to house tenor ukulele, drawing templates from plans and building a bending jig using 3/4 inch MDF and watlow heater. For more ideas about instrument-building, check out my website www.ateliertomistrings.com.
Views: 32843 ernie kleinman
J.R. Guitars - Making an Acoustic Guitar
if you like this music, download my new EP at http://jayrobinson.bandcamp.com/album/b-t-l-a-n-d-w-ep In the summer of 2006 Jay Robinson traveled to Vancouver Island British Columbia to embark on a Guitar fueled adventure. Studying with Luthier and teacher Adam Marsh Johnston in the small town of Bowser British Columbia Jay designed and built a Custom Acoustic Guitar from scratch. No prefab parts were used in the construction of the instrument. http://www.jrguitars.ca J.R. Guitars - Making an Acoustic Guitar
Views: 128153 TheJRGuitars
How to Build Your Own Guitar : Advanced Tools for Building a Guitar
You may need some advanced tools to build your own guitar like: a jigsaw and a random orbital sander, a screwdriver, some wire cutting pliers and a fret hammer. Learn more from expert guitar craftsman in this free guitar-making video. Expert: Frank Pope Bio: Frank Pope, founder of FBI Guitars, been building guitars for more than 10 years and has constructed more than 30 finished products. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Views: 9981 expertvillage
Building A Gibson Les Paul Junior Style Guitar - Part One
A very simple set neck construction guitar similar to a Les Paul Junior Double Cutaway. The plans were drawn up in Inkscape - http://inkscape.org/ Scale is 24.562" Neck Angle 17 degrees Mahogany Neck Don't know what happened with the computer footage at the start, it looked fine before I uploaded it to Youtube...
homemade electric guitar - Les Paul style - how to make
Built By TOM BOSWORTH I built this Guitar from Scratch in two month's, using re-claimed wood from a old grammer school's science lab. In its last life it used to be a work bench !! :) thanks to Jab4000 for the guitar plans
Views: 31418 Tom Bosworth
Guitar build - 02 - Bookmatching The Top
This is part 2 of a complete series on making an electric guitar at my home. In this video I show how I make the bookmatched maple top from a 2" thick slab of maple with hand-held tools only.
Views: 1789 Tavori Guitars
3 Blues Licks To Rock Your Gypsy Jazz Solos - Gypsy Jazz Guitar Secrets
Download your free issue of Gypsy Jazz Guitar Secrets here: iTunes - http://www.GypsyJazzSecrets.com Google Play - http://www.GypsyJazzSecrets-Android.com I got a question from Muddy asking for some blues ideas you can use in gypsy jazz. I love playing blues licks over gypsy jazz and I think these 3 ideas will work well for you! 1. Django Blues Lick: This is the kind of blues idea Django played often over a major chord to get a blues sound. You can literally use it all over the place in gypsy jazz. 2. Joe Pass Style Blues Lick: Totally in the pocket this sounds awesome when you throw it in over any major chord and works great at any tempo. 3. Mike Stern Modern Style Blues Lick: My favorite type of blues sound to throw in over gypsy jazz! Again works over Major and Dominant 7th chords. It’s all about learning and absorbing these small tasty bite size ideas into your playing. Before you know it you’ve got a ton of great stuff at your fingertips! Swing Out! Robin If you have a question about gypsy jazz just zap me a mail: questions@gypsyjazzsecrets.com
Views: 3780 Gypsy Jazz Secrets
Interview with a luthier part 3 hand made guitar building classical nylon string influences tools
http://www.nextlevelguitar.com/pages/1_free_DVD/ Click the link above to receive free exclusive videos, newsletters, and lots more free guitar and music goodies from Next Level Guitar. In this video we have part 3 of an interview with luthier Thomas Heller and tour his shop where he hand makes classical guitars in Carlsbad California. Check out his process and tools and learn about the fine workmanship of a craftsman. Many more full on video lessons at the full on instructional website at: http://www.nextlevelguitar.com Click the link below to go to check out more on luthier Thomas Heller and see his hand made classical guitars. http://www.hellerguitars.com
Views: 19019 rockongoodpeople
The Godfather Love theme: How To Spice Up Your improvisation
Sign in and get more free lesson now: http://www.gypsyandjazz.com In this lesson you will learn how to bass your jazz improvisation around the song melody. Tired of playing the same improvisation to different songs with the same chord progression? This lesson is the answer, The demonstrated over The Godfather Love Theme.
Views: 10787 GYPSYandJAZZ.COM
How to Build Your Own Guitar : Essential Tools for Building a Guitar
A drill, buffing pad, jointer, belt sander and a drill press are more essential tools you'll need for building your own guitar in this free guitar-building building video taught by an expert guitar craftsman. Expert: Frank Pope Bio: Frank Pope, founder of FBI Guitars, been building guitars for more than 10 years and has constructed more than 30 finished products. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Views: 9396 expertvillage
Video 1 - How to build a guitar | timber choice and cutting the body out
The first of 15 videos and over 2 hours of footage following Ben Crowe at http://www.CrimsonGuitars.com as he builds a custom guitar from start to finish. This series is an over-view of the custom guitar making process but it gives a very good idea of what happens, you see our other videos for some more in depth instructional videos. After an introduction to the project we go through the timber selection process and start machining the body and neck, there is much noise and band sawing at the start of a custom guitar build. Check out this post on our weekly guitar makers blog if you want to see my recommendations on what guitar building tutorial books and websites you should see. http://crimsonguitars.com/workshop-diary/guitar-building-books-tutorials-and-how-to-guides Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe! If you like our videos and feel like helping us out we would really appreciate a small donation.. or a large one for that matter! Just go here to use a paypal donate button on our site.. thanks for watching! http://crimsonguitars.com/donations/
Views: 347492 Crimson Custom Guitars
How to Build Your Own Guitar : Why Build Your Own Guitar?
There are several reasons to build your own guitar: because it's less expensive, it's custom, so it's just right for you, and it's just plain cool, learn more in this free guitar-building video. Expert: Frank Pope Bio: Frank Pope, founder of FBI Guitars, been building guitars for more than 10 years and has constructed more than 30 finished products. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Views: 7891 expertvillage
Tenor Ukulele plans now available by Michael J King
Printed plans here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Thelyreshop Download version here: https://payhip.com/lyreshop Instruments to purchase: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Thelyreshop More info: www.michaeljking.com I used some out-takes from an old video for this video, sorry for the off rhythm (need to practice more again!) for website www.michaeljking.com facebook https://www.facebook.com/Michael.J.Ki... Blog http://michaeljking.blogspot.com/ Twitter http://twitter.com/michaeljking Google+ https://plus.google.com/1112136607769...
Views: 1005 Michael J King
Templates To Build Your Own Guitar
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Carving the Top on an Electric Guitar Part1
For more free guitar building info visit my site www.muxguitars.com
Views: 34028 verhoevc
Gretsch Falcon DIY Kit Review from TheFretwire or Pit Bull Guitars
use coupon code GUNSNGTRS to save $10 at The Fretwire! Like my shirt? Get one here: https://www.GunsandGuitars.net Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DanThompson Instagram: @Guns.and.Guitars Buy this kit here: use coupon code GUNSNGTRS to save $10! http://shrsl.com/13tys it's the same guitar kit as the GR-1SF from pitbullguitars.com Unboxing this thing I noticed right off the bat that it has a beautiful wood grain. A quick test of fitting the neck to the body showed it was a little on the tight side, which is perfect. It’s way easier to take away some material for a perfect fit than to add it. Looking at the electronics, it’s clear that this kit is not for beginners. None of the electronics come prewired, you even have to attach the capacitors to the tone pots. The hardware looks to be of normal kit quality (aka it will get you by until you can upgrade it later). The bigsby style tremolo had a bubble in the chrome platting, which really bummed me out. I emailed the fretwire to see if they had a replacement swing arm for the tremolo that I could have. They assured me that they keep extra inventory of this stuff all the time just for this reason, and instead of just replacing the swing arm, in a few days I had a whole new tremolo on my doorstep. Thanks guys! Serious bro move. Great service over there at the fretwire. Now onto the build: Because this is a set neck design, I needed to shape the headstock before I attached the neck because I wouldn’t be able to do so after it was attached. Also, typically one would apply their paint/stain/and or finish before gluing as well. But since I like to review these kits in the raw before I mod them, I left it as is. I like my kit reviews like I like my women...all natural...and curvy...with a long neck...anyway, Once I was happy with the headstock shape, I glued in the neck. To get a perfect fit for the neck joint, I had to file off a small amount of material in the neck pocket. The fit was so tight that I didn’t even need a clamp to glue it together, just the pressure from the tight pocket held it in place perfectly while the glue dried. Before I wired up the electronics I caught a mistake. With my kit I received two 500k audio taper pots, and two 500k linear taper pots. For volume knobs you really need audio taper pots if you want to...you know...control your volume. With this gretsch style setup, I need three volume pots. So I just reached into my box of spare components and replaced one of the linear pots with an audio pot. Done. But if I didn’t have a spare on hand I would’ve had to email the fretwire and I’m sure they would’ve sent me replacements, but seriously, I’m not that high maintenance.. So I just called it good and moved on. To wire it up, I followed a schematic I downloaded from the fretwire support site. It’s a classic gretsch style wiring which is actually pretty complex: with a 3 way pickup selector, individual volumes for blending the pickups, a master volume, and master tone. One of the challenges of this setup is how spread apart everything is. So to make sure I wired everything up with enough slack to reach each spot, I used the guitar as a template with my components upside down. Look at that rats nest of wires! After wiring it up, perhaps the biggest challenge was installing all the electronics. Without a trap door on this guitar, you have to carefully feed each component thru using a lead line, like wire or string, that you’ve strung thru from the other side. This proved to be a very tedious and frustrating experience. But once that was over with, the rest of the hardware went on pretty easy. Now that it’s built, let’s hear it! For this demo I’m recording straight into Logic Pro, and I’ll be using the British combo amp simulation (aka Vox ac30)... ...read the rest of the blog at https://gunsandguitars.net (disclosure, links in this description may be affiliate links)
Views: 96491 Guns and Guitars
Introduction to Gypsy Jazz Blues Guitar
Click here for lesson and tabs/notation: https://www.jazzguitar.be/blog/gypsy-jazz-blues-guitar/ The first thing I learned to play on guitar was the blues, and I guess that’s the case for the majority of guitar players. Blues has it all, it has a very expressive form and sound and is the best place to master the core elements of jazz playing, such as keeping the form, giving each chord its own sound and the use of substitutes. One of the difficulties I had during my early years of guitar playing was transitioning from playing the minor pentatonic scale over the entire blues form to giving each chord its own sound and making the blues sound jazzy. In this free lesson I’ll show you how I started this transition from playing a “bluesy” blues to a more “jazzy” blues.
Views: 23600 JazzGuitarOnline
Jazz Guitar Vlog - February 22 2016
Jazz Guitar Vlog - February 22 2016 To start this series, what is better than a little ride in one of the coldest countries in the world? Plans for this week: Metheny festival and going to the gym. To get a membership (hey, I never said I would work out). The Store: https://store.jazzguitarlessons.net/ For Members only! :-) Access your student account here: https://store.JazzGuitarLessons.net From more free lessons go to: http://www.jazzguitarlessons.net Subscribe to JazzGuitarLessons.net Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/user/jazzguitarlessonsnet
Views: 556 Jazz Guitar Lessons