Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Classical Guitar Construction in the style Antonio Torres replicating La Suprema 1864 (1) Hide Glue Preparation, Solera, Neck, Rosette.

This statement will bear keeping in mind, how you treat your woods during construction is more important than using rare and costly woods. There are many instruments on the planet built of the finest wood available that lack good sound. For a beginner common sense dictates that you cut your teeth on common woods. Proof of this statement is as follows—-woods in instruments that are still in use built by Antonio Torres and Guarneri Del Gesu seldom were first class but their skill in construction gave them the ability to produce quality sound. They understood how to spring the wood to make an efficient box to move the air. for example the fan braces on a classical guitar top become springs when locked into the parabolic dish of the solera (work board) . The pattern of the fan braces is not as critical as their springing and shape, proof of this is the many guitars in existence producing good sound with different fan brace patterns ,and the many great builders of our time who are constantly changing their patterns with and producing good sound. The violin in its arches which act as springs and its base bar which acts in concert with the sound post to move the top and back plates to effectively move air is another but different example of...

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