I'm afraid I'm not one to post a blow-by-blow build thread myself (although I enjoy viewing other members' projects!), but I hope you don't mind me sharing this one…
It's a few weeks off completion now, but I've been on (UK luthier) Kevin Aram's waiting list for almost three years now, and at long last it's finally happening!
This is one of Kevin's Torres-style guitars (on which he's largely built his reputation), in Indian Rosewood and Spruce, with a strip of English Yew down the centre of the back, echoed on the headstock.
I asked him to do something a little different with the soundhole rosette (which is something I've always liked to 'personalise' a guitar with, and he came up with the design pictured.
This is something completely different from anything Kevin's done before - so much so that a Facebook contact of mine (also a classical guitar luthier) recognised the workshop…but not the workmanship!
I hope you enjoy the pictures…
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