Yes, credit goes to Les for this post:Steven D'Antonio wrote:Can you be more specific please for those of us who seem to have missed this error?Adam S. Vernon wrote: Ironically, people recommend Courtnall, and if you follow that book, your geometry will be suboptimal due to an error in the text. As in all things, YMMV.
I started whe the Sloane book was the only thing available and it worked for me. It is pretty sparsely written and makes you think about what you are doing. The person I apprenticed with described Sloane as "a great book if you have already built a guitar or 2", lucky for me I had him around to explain the parts Sloane leaves to the readres immagination.Waddy Thomson wrote:Actually, a really good book, though way out of date method wise, is the Irving Sloane book.
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