Category Archives: lutherie
The Whale Guitar……. is a project put together by some very talented folks in my hometown of Providence, RI. I am most honored to be part of this, and really happy to see it coming together so well.
This is a bridge I started designing a couple years ago; and after much tweaking and refining, I had a small run of them fabricated by eMachineShop. Recently, I have been liking fixed intonation bridges for their simplicity and lack … Continue reading
I repost this blog on two different Facebook pages. One is the Dismal Ax page, in which I post instrument related articles. The other is called “The Hollow Life,” and is a journal of sorts; mostly centered on my experience … Continue reading
I recently visited my hometown of Providence, RI, where I had left a few guitars at an art gallery three years ago, and brought back the two that were still there: These are from the early days of Dismal Ax, … Continue reading
This is what I am calling a “Banjimer.” It is essentially a hybrid of a banjo and a dulcimer, and I made it for Shanti Curran, of Arborea For those unfamiliar, the dulcimer is a traditional Appalachian folk instrument played … Continue reading