Haha, dear HNLim, thank you for your suggestion. But I love my career, guitar making only hobby, as architect and urbanplaner I have still very interesting work, only because of teamwork i cannot alone show. But thoughts of design of an architect help me for guitar making, not only a guitar of component to build together, but also with design language, with soul, this soul is not only sound with quality, but also pretty face with “genotype”
Hi Martin, thank you very much for your praise! My Star sign is Virgo, meticulous with accuracy bothers me sometimes. Best wishes!
Hi Chris, thank you very much for your praise! similar to early Hausers, really? He is guitar making giant, cannot think, he is too far away from me.
Hi spanishguitarmusic, thank you very much for your praise, best wishes!
Hi brooks, thank you very much for writing so much.Yes, your idea is correct, this is a normal logic.brooks wrote: ↑Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:38 pmThe craftsmanship is indeed impressive. I am curious though: Why did you invest so much time in the ornamentation for a first instrument, when achieving great acoustic results generally takes years of practice, much trial and error, and experimentation? I would have thought that for a first guitar, one would want to minimize the time investment in non-sound related features in the likely event that the tonal result was far from ideal.
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