Busy first week of Nov!

As an instrument progresses, one can’t really call oneself a maker until the neck is perfectly set- this is the most important part of the basic construction of the instrument. The neck set will determine whether or not the instrument will be playable, and will determine the quality of sound that the instrument will produce. In executing this assembly absolute accuracy is paramount.

Just putting the finishing touches on the mortise.

Putting the finishing touches on the mortise.

The Neck at this point is not glue in but it's starting to look good.

The neck at this point is not glued in but it’s starting to look good.

Working on the neck heel with a chisel. Being careful with the ebony crown!

Working on the neck heel with a chisel. Being careful with the ebony crown!

The neck being finished

The neck being finished

Nov 6, 7, 8th at Foothills Centennial Center

Nov 6, 7, 8th at Foothills Centennial Center

My wife and I are delighted to be taking part in the Okotoks Christmas Market
Nov 6. from 4-9 in the evening
Nov 7. from 10am -5pm
and Nov8 from 10am-5pm

In Calgary on Sunday? Don’t miss world famous Pinchas Zukerman and his wife Amanda Forsyth perform at the Jack Singer Concert Hall, Concert at 2:30 pm.

Purchase a subscription by calling Arts Commons at 403 294-9494
OR
Purchase single tickets by calling Arts Commons at 403-294-9494 or go toartscommons.ca

Or you can contact me at 403-615-1755/through this website and I’ll help make sure you are there!

Also on Sunday Nov-8-poster

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