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Making Master Guitars (Anglais) Relié – 1 août 1993

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dok Watson on "...Master Guitars" 17 novembre 2010
Par G. Watson - Publié sur
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In my view this would be one of the important texts for an aspiring builder of classical guitars. The forward portion of the book focusses on the most famous builders. With the rough designs presented it becomes simple to compare how each builder "puts it all together." Which of course, is both beguiling and instructive: beguiling due to the diversity and variance in approaches (for example, the solera, a fundamental tool in building, differs in style between Bagonovich, Cumpiano and this Courtnall text; however it is instructional because those techniques chosen seem logical and coherent. A practiced luthier may take the book and build these guitars, a beginner might look more toward a clearer appraoch to one single insturment. Either way, if you love the classical guitar you will want to have and appreciate this text. I think now is the time for someone like Courtnall to include the more admired of today's contemporary guitars as he leaves off with the 1966 Ramirez (50 years have passed). It would be interesting to see how things have/are changing in the guitar makers studio as well -- how newer technologies influence the builder and the quality or tenor of the instrument (e.g., latticed bracing, replacements for Brazilian Rosewood, tuners, todays builders, today's tools -- I just received my LMI catalog -- tell me whether it is worth spending $700.00 on a side bender when a $15.00 pipe and torch accomplishes the same thing -- the answers to these types of questions would be interesting for a novice builder like myself). I highly recommend the book, however, it's the best I have seen on the history of the great guitars.

Dr. George Watson
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Do you like the classical guitar design? Do you have an engineering mind? Read this book. 14 novembre 2015
Par Craig Brown - Publié sur
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Making Master Guitars is a thorough study of classical guitar building. It definitely speaks to my engineering mind and insatiable curiosity. I read through this cover to cover, along with a lot of online research and discussions with luthiers, and felt very prepared to build my first classical guitar. Please note that this book is dated, so luthiers will recommend better alternatives to some of the basic woodworking operations and assemblies. I was very impressed by the designs from Antonio de Torres, Ignacio Fleta, Robert Bouchet, and Jose Romanillos.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly recommended. 17 octobre 2016
Par Michael W. Tulloch - Publié sur
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This book is fascinating. For the builder, very helpful, with interesting information about the builders themselves. I've heard Classical guitar builders consider this to be the best work on the subject. Certainly the best I've found. Great book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Art & Lutherie 11 janvier 2014
Par Larry A. Behnkendorf - Publié sur
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This is the best book I have found on classical guitars, the building of them and the thought that goes into them. It covers several of the most prominent developers and builders with vignettes on each to make the material interesting to readers even if they are not luthiers. It's also an excellent book on helping you build your own guitar.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent reference book for an aspiring classical guitar maker 22 novembre 2010
Par Ektarama - Publié sur
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I purchased this book after buying Bogdanovich "Classical Guitar Making" and Cumpiano "Guitar Making, Tradition and Technology". I recently looked through this book at the atelier of a guitar maker and decided I needed to get it.

In addition to chapters on guitar construction, Courtnall offers complete plans and measurements for a number of famous maker guitars, some insight into the makers' lives and descriptions of their various methods of construction.

Of the two books from my first round of 'how to build a guitar' book purchases, I decided that "Guitar Making, Tradition and Technology" is the one that's most useful to me. Cumpiano's methods are complimentary to those described in "Making Master Guitars" where the guitar is built on a solera. Courtnall isn't quite as basic in his construction lessons as Cumpiano, so I think for beginning woodworkers the two are excellent companions. For an advanced woodworker, Courtnall's book could be the only one a person might need.

I didn't buy this book with the others in the first purchasing round because it was somewhat more expensive, but I wish I had purchased it and perhaps skipped the other two.
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