Building a Tenor Guitar – Part 33

Hello and welcome to the video series Building a Tenor Guitar at www.PlankandPlane.com. My name is Randy Price and in this episode you’ll see how to attach the guitar neck to the body and we’ll review the next steps for part 34.

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7 Responses to Building a Tenor Guitar – Part 33

  1. Steve says:

    The guitar is really coming together nicely Randy. Can’t wait for the next one.

  2. Randy Price says:

    Thanks Steve – It is really coming together now and I’m looking forward to finishing and actually getting to play it.

  3. Steve says:

    Are you OK Randy? You must be busy because I haven’t seen any tenor guitar vids since November. Hope all is well.

  4. Randy Price says:

    Hi Steve –

    I’m OK – it has been a combination of bad weather & a busy schedule – I typically do the videos on a Saturday so if the weather is too cold I don’t go out to the shop. It is an uninsulated farm building and with the extremely cold weather we’ve had the heater just can’t keep up – it was -16F this morning and is +4F right now at 4:00PM. Hoping for warmer weather soon.

    • Steve says:

      Oh my gosh! I don’t think I’d go out there either until things warmed up a bit. We got hit with some unusually cold weather around Christmas time also, but lately it’s been in the 50’s & 60’s during the day. I forgot about the weather back there. Take your time and thanks for the reply.
      from Medford, Oregon,
      Steve

  5. Carl Kangas says:

    Randy, Are you going to post any more videos on this guitar project?

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