Looking for string sizes, standard tuning and string placement. Planning on the fifth fret placement of a tuner. I have built almost seven hundred three string, dulcimer fretted pieces, but am…Continue
"Excellent. I am five instruments away from seven hundred builds. With the exception of four or five all have been strictly acoustic. Somewhere around five hundred builds l designed exactly what you have only I marked off the heights in eighth…"
Looking for string sizes, standard tuning and string placement. Planning on the fifth fret placement of a tuner. I have built almost seven hundred three string, dulcimer fretted pieces, but am hungry for the sound of the dolcijo. Missing two middle fingers on the left hand and can still play the three string right well, so I am thinking this would be a great fit.I recently started using a wider than the neck forstner bit as a cheap Wagner safety planer. It works great in applications where the…See More
"Picture was an after thought in the back of a tent on a cold day. It is in color, enlarged and framed in our living room. Probably as interesting as I will ever look. So thanks for the compliment. Been building instruments for over fifteen years,…"
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This is the group for Lo-Watt Rock & Blues.Here is the place to post photos and information on how to convert vintage electronics into awesome sounding and really cool guitar amps.there are several directions you can go in this area of amplification, you can hack and convert the existing electronics,(provided the radio still works.)Or if you have a broken radio, CBG Gitty Amp kits are a great way for the novice to join in. You can convert any old radio nifty 1950's and 60's radio bodies…See More