Guitarmaker Issue 15
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Abe Wechter's "Katia II" Guitar Gommissioned by John McLaughlin
Instrument Making in Portugal
Horacio Tome Marques with notes by William Cumpiano
Instrument Builder or Kit Builder?
A Handy Reply
What to say when people ask "did that mahogany neck come from the rainforest?" or say "you're destroying the planet because you make guitars."
Member's Spotlight—John Farrar
Member's Spotlight—Fidencio Diaz
Member's Spotlight—Manuel Velazquez
Member's Spotlight—Scott MacDonald
Member's Spotlight—Douglas Baldwin
Member's Spotlight—Arnold M.J. Hennig
Arnold M.J. Hennig
Member's Spotlight—Robert Banks
"Making Stringed Instruments" vs. "Making Musical Instruments"
Dick Boak's review of "Making Stringed Instruments" in issue 14 was unfortunately titled "Making Musical Instruments." They aren't written by the same author.
A guitar shown in a photo on page 5 of Issue 14 was incorrectly attributed to Bruce Elliott.
Mitchell proposes more events like the symposiom wine tasting event reported in issue 13.
Archtop Guitar Bridge Fitting Jig
Acoustic Bass Strings: A Plea to String Makers
Frank Haselbacher's Varnish Finish
Tips from Flip
Tom Mathis, David Hurd, Dick Boak
Roy Courtnall's Guitar Plans
Robson's Flamed Maple
Self-tuning Guitars Revisited
Neill C. Skinn
The Segovia Chair
Dhana Solish Design
Mossman Neck Joint
South Plains College
Helping Eastern Europe Privatize
Bruce L. Ross
You May Never Splice Again
An Unabridged Visit with Mario Maccaferri
Stair-step Router Cutter for Binding on Archtops
Giant Sitka Spruce Logs at Pacific Rim Tonewoods
2 photos of huge sitka spruce logs. Goes with the photo on the back cover
Jobs and Situations Wanted
Karen Mondale, John Dettra, Ric McCurdy
The Good Wood Guide: A Friends of the Earth Handbook
Making Stringed Instruments: A Supplemental Review
Manzer adds her thoughts to the review in issue 14. Title notwithstanding, the reader should consider it a beginner's book about violin making. She recommends that budding guitar builders steer clear of its advice on guitar making.