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A post with a bunch of pics, revealing all my secret techniques. A scrap piece of walnut was found and planed flat.  My new Shinwa gauge ..read more
Time to put the frets in. I do this differently from when I’m fretting a uke with a fretboard because I can’t get at the ends with ..read more
I found a travel uke in the rubble on the bench, and thought I should finish it. Most of it is done in terms of shaping. This won’t be a ..read more
Good mooorning Vietnam..! Long time no see. This morning I set out to finish the one that’s been on the bench like forever. The shellac ..read more
I’m getting closer to the finish line. But I have been forced to travelin work too much lately and that steals time. But an hour here ..read more
I found a scrap piece of rosewood and decided to shape it with only hand tools. So I cut it to rough dimensions.  And planed it flat. It ..read more
When I’ve shaped the edges to the correct taper I mark a centreline and drill holes for the position dots. I use a 1.6 mm styrene rod for ..read more
I keep saying I’m gonna tidy up the workbench but I never really get around to it. And there is that half finished ukulele that needs ..read more
I make sure the back braces and the rim are flush at the edges and that the arching forms a smooth dome shape, by grinding the whole ..read more
With the braces profiled and cut to length, I mark the positions out for cutting the slots in the lining strips. The braces are triangular ..read more

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