Guitarmaker Issue 107
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From the Director
Acker is in full-swing symposium mode.
How the Cutting Board Guitar Became the Broken Arrow Guitar
Tracy Cox built a solid body electric guitar for Monaster, who dubbed it the Cutting Board guitar. But he soon grew weary of the weight, so Cox redesigned it into an Art Deco-inspired guitar now dubbed the Broke Arrow. With 10 photos.
About Tap Tones
Eban weights in on the tap tuning debate, with her opinion and a ton of math to back it up.
The Ridgewing Experiment—Creating a New Type of Guitar
White describes the evolution of the Chrysalis guitar (seen on the cover of Guitarmaker 40) into the Ridgewing, a full-sized guitar that can be easily broken down and reassembled. With 17 photos.
guitar, electric, guitar, travel
Gluing on Bracing
Sterling continues his acoustic guitar build by gluing on the braces. Includes a discussion of go-bar decks, too. With 10 photos.
guitar, acoustic; bracing
What to Do When You Have the Flu
Gluck brings us some wiring tips, a cool mod for Strats, and a word about the Symposium. With 11 photos.
guitar, electric; symposium