Tag: classical music

My first woodworking tools

I have been spending some time researching and buying some of the tools I need. Here is what I got so far: Japanese King water stone for sharpening (+ a Nagura stone to create the slur); Veritas green honing compound to be used with a leather strop (which I am going to build soon); Japanese […]

Notebook and some tools

I started buying some of the tools needed for the construction during the fall time, after reading most of David Van Edward’s instructions. It was not an easy task – being a complete noob in woodworking I had to learn at the same time the function of each specific tool, what would be best to […]

My First Lute

Here we are with the fist instrument that I will (try) to build! 🙂 As I mentioned in the previous post, I will follow the “Build your own Renaissance Lute” course by the famous British luthier David Van Edwards. David really made a fantastic job in guiding the student with step-by-step procedures, explaining in a […]