Friday, February 27, 2015

February 2015

 Riley (British Columbia)  is cutting inlay for the headstock of the Bass he is building.
He is finishing up the One Year Master Program, having built five instruments 

 Rileys Bass is Mahogany body, Maple neck and Ebony Fretboard 

 Jeff  (Washington) is measuring for pick up placement and the proper contour for the top of the single cutaway, carved Maple top electric guitar he is currently building.

 This Acoustic guitar Jeff is building has Wenge Back, Sides, Headstock, Bridge, fretboard and Rosette, with a Spruce top and Mahogany neck

 Luke (Ontario) is placing the bracing for the Acoustic he is building as part of the One Year Master Program

 Jim (British Columbia) is building an Acoustic, the wood is Ovangko Back and Sides, Spruce top, Mahogany neck and Ebony fretboard 

Grayson (Alberta) is preparing the neck pocket for the solid body electric he is building

Vegard (Norway) is working on the electronics of the Bass he is building

Daniel (Spain) is building a Baritone semi hollow electric with Flamed Maple top and Mahogany back, Rosewood and Birdseye Maple Neck , Daniel is also doing the Pickup covers in Birdseye Maple and Rosewood. (see below)

 Bo (Ontario) is working on the solid body electric he is building.
He is using Walnut for the body and Maple for the neck

 Jesse (Wisconsin) is in the first month of the CNC program, he just completed the One Year Course here at Summit School

Benjamin (British Columbia) has started in the Repair Department, working on set ups 

Brandon (Alberta) is working on the thickness of the sides for the Acoustic he is building

Friday, February 6, 2015

Namm 2015 in Los Angeles

Mike and Sigmund went to Namm where they caught up with past, present and future students