Making a Guitar | Handcrafted Woodworking | Où se trouve: Greenfield Guitars

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Full Building of a Custom Goodall Guitar

Welcome to the day-by-day video recording of a beautiful Goodall guitar being constructed over a five week build period. In this long version recording you will see and hear how these master luthiers handcraft world class instruments. You will gain an appreciation for the quality, craftsmanship and fine details revealed in this video. Narration voice-over is by James Goodall and Luke Goodall. Background music is performed by fine musicians playing their Goodall guitar models. Goodall Guitars, committed to acoustic excellence since 1972. All music used with permission, thanks to Doug, Axel, Steve, Jeff, and Alex. You can find out more about them on their official web sites: Doug Smith - Axel Schultheiss - Steve Davison - Jeff Peterson - Alex de Grassi -

Documental de la construcción artesanal de las guitarras Francisco Bros.

Documental de la construcción artesana de las guitarras Francisco Bros. 2 meses, ese es el tiempo aproximado para la construcción de cada guitarra artesana de Francisco Bros, 2 meses, resumidos en 48 minutos de video. Seguimos trabajando paso a paso y cada detalle, como nos enseñaron mis abuelos, hace mas de 60 años. Guitarras Francisco Bros 100% artesanas y trabajadas con el antiguo sistema tradicional español.


You have to see these stunning wood works and woodworking projects! These masters of wood turning, wood carving and woodworking are amazing! This is pure art! A wooden cedar strip canoe, carving a bowl, a wooden pipe, handmade furniture, and other satisfying work with wood! You'll definitely be satisfied by the end of the video! TIMESTAMPS: 0:01 - Building A Cedar Strip Canoe; 2:01 - Satisfying Wood Turning; 3:32 - Epoxy Resin Coffee Tables; 5:34 - Making Floating Coffee Table; 7:03 - Making A Wooden Pipe; 8:37 - Flexible Wooden Stool; 9:35 - Homemade Scissor Lift; 10:26 - 'Kawai Tsugite' | Japanese Joinery; 11:28 - Flexible Wood; 12:12 - A Submarine Inspired Wood Door. 12:55 - A Wooden Toilet Paper Stand; 13:19 - A Modern Plywood Bench; 14:19 - A Cat House Made Of Wood; 14:25 - A Wooden Credenza; 15:09 - An Outdoor Furniture; 15:55 - A Plywood Desk; 16:38 - A Wooden Wall Clock; 18:04 - A Midcentury Coffee Table; 19:58 - A Wooden Dining Table; 20:33 - A Modern Bar Stool; 24:20 - How A Carpenter Says 'I Love You'; 26:34 - Woodturning Olive Emerging Lidded Vessel; 29:07 - A Samurai Workbench Making; 31:29 - A 50$ Farmhouse Table; 33:46 - Live Edge River Table; 34:57 - Building A Bed For A Son. 37:35 - Dad Builds An Epic Swing Set For His Kids; 42:31 - A Creative Magnetic Key Holder; 44:14 - Making A Wooden Bowl. Via: Slovenian Woodworker Anatolii TTJ Adopteunecaisse DIY Shaun Boyd ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Now I've Seen Everything : Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More articles:

Tokaji kádármester 2011 - Hudák István (Donga)

Tokaji kádármester 2011 (Hudák "Donga" István) - hosszú

Woodturning a Bowl from a Log | Où se trouve: Le PicBois

Woodturning with a lathe, turning a log of beech into a bowl. English and French subtitles are available! Click the CC button. Support us so we can make more videos! :-) Get updates of our new videos to your email: Watch the behind the scenes video on Pat's channel here: Sign up to our newsletter for web series updates and future giveaway contests: Today we're featuring Pat Laperrière of Le PicBois from Quebec who is a woodworker primarily focused on wood turning. In this video, he demonstrates how he makes a simple, yet beautiful wooden bowl out of a log of beech. Pat has been woodturning for three years, and although he makes it look easy, it's quite a dangerous and skillful endeavor. Pat also has a Youtube channel! On it he has made lots of different things by wood turning, pens, wine and beer glasses, bread knives, urns, spoons. He also tends to goof off a lot so you'll find some hilarious moments when watching his stuff. Check out his channel here: Behind the Scenes Video! ~ Shot by J.Gabriel Potter, you can see how this video was made on the Le PicBois Channel here: Visit Le PicBois on the web ~ Official website: Pat's Youtube channel: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Our Other Woodworking Videos ~ Making Butcher Block: Making a Handmade Acoustic Guitar: Amazon Links ~ Learn how to woodturn: Woodturning projects: We shot this video on a Panasonic GH3: Using a Benro tripod: Music Credits ~ Paper Planes - Durden ft. Airtone by DURDEN © 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Airtone The Stars Look Different (Ziggy Stardust Mix) by spinningmerkaba © 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: stefsax and Dimitri Artemenko Stereokroma ~ ⭐Like us on Facebook! ⭐ Want to donate? ⭐We are also on Twitter & Instagram @Stereokroma ⭐ Get new videos in your email by joining our newsletter: ⭐See more at: © 2017 Stereokroma Creative Services G.P.

Making Acoustic Steel-string Guitars
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Meet Michael Greenfield, a musician who began tuning, repairing, restoring, and making guitars in the 70s and since then has become a seasoned luthier of bespoke guitars. Having experience with vintage and antique guitar repair and restoration, he brings a unique insight to his craft, creating personalized musical instruments and functional works of art for artists, collectors and those who deserve the very best.

His workshop is based in Montreal, where we visited over a period of 5 months, filming as he and his apprentice, Julien, transformed slices of spruce, ebony, mahogany, and other tree species into glistening guitars. It was all of our collective vision to present the process in the most candid, down-to-earth fashion, so in this hour-long documentary you will see all the glue, smudges, shavings, dust, and callouses. His guitars feature Florentine cutaways with spalted beech rosettes, violin-style body purflings and simple decorative purflings along edges, Laskin style arm rests and rib rests, amongst other features.

This documentary follows several different steel-string guitars from beginning to finish. As Michael puts it, the guitar still thinks it’s a tree until it receives its first set of strings and that is when the instrument is born. After many months of work, the magical moment when we hear a guitar’s first notes is like hearing a child’s first words.

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Making master guitars:
Guitar picks:
We shot this video on a Panasonic GH3:
Using a Benro tripod:

Subtitle Credits ~
Laos: Daosavanh Bannavong
Thai: Varatit Kiratikit, of Kirati Guitars
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Additional Subtitle Contributors ~
Enzo Mendez, Ivo Cabrera

Music Credits ~
The music featured in this film is by musicians using only Greenfield guitars and used with their permission. If you enjoyed the music, please check out the links below:

“Mountain Air” composed & performed by Scott A. McAllister
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“Prelude to cello suite No. 1” Bach - cover by Scott A. McAllister
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“Impossible Story” written, arranged & performed by Brooke Miller
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Official site:
Youtube channel:
Her Facebook page:

“V’la L’bon Vent” arranged and performed by Lizzy Hoyt
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Youtube channel:
On Amazon, “New Lady on the Prairie” album, featuring the track “V’la L’bon Vent”:

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