Symposium 2019 Just Around the Corner

June 19–23, 2019 at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pa

Time is nigh to start planning to your trip to the rousing 2019 Symposium in bucolic East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Download the current schedule as a PDF, but be sure to check back for updates.

In addition to the educational benefits of attending the ASIA Symposium, it is also a great opportunity for purveyors of lutherie supplies (wood, jigs, tools, books, DVDs, etc.) to sell their wares and services. We will also have an area for instrument builders to display their fine products.  Any potential exhibitors or interested vendors should get in touch with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Read these before and after posts from a previous symposium to whet your appetite!

Both vendor registration and member registration forms are available online or you can find them in Guitarmaker 106.

All Guitarmaker Back Issues Now Available as PDF

Back issues of Guitarmaker magazine hold a treasure of valuable information for our members. We worked hard to convert them to PDF and we are pleased to announce that they are now all online!

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Use the menu item Magazine/Back Issues to access a list of every Guitarmaker magazine published. Click a link in that list and you will get a cover photo, table of contents, abstracts of contained articles, and (if you are logged in) a link to view the PDF just below the issue number.

Remember that these PDFs are copyrighted material and are only for members in good standing. Please don’t share.

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“ASIA is an organization where you not only grow your skills, but grow your extended family. I have met so many wonderful, knowledgeable people through this organization.” ~Michael Dickinson, Martin Guitar