James Lister wrote:I heard and played the guitar at the festival last weekend. It works absolutely fine, although the sound was not entirely to my taste. I'm considering trying something similar myself, but using my own top/strutting design.
The paper guitar did stand out from the others - but it should be noted that that guitar was made by an experienced luthier - the others were all made by students.gjo wrote:I have heard that guitar played by Andrea de Vitis in a group of 9 Leonardo Project guitars last Friday evening. 8 guitars were good guitars, one was outstanding - the paper guitar.
Someone told me that Polyurethane glue was used - but I didn't hear this direct from the luthier, so I can't be sure. Several people said that there were 40 layers of paper, and the final thickness of back and sides was about 2mm.astro64 wrote:The attention focuses on the "paper back" rather than the "paper + lots of glue back". It might be interesting to know what glue is used and how environmentally friendly that is.
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