Levelling guitar frets

Levelling guitar frets

I’m sure you must’ve wondered, as I once did, if levelling frets is nothing but a well thought out plot to get you to spend your hard earned cash at your local luthiers workshop. After all, frets are made of

The Karlsson, baritone guitar test

The Karlsson, baritone guitar test

When I first started to plan this baritone guitar (that you can listen to at the end of this post 😉 ) I tried to avoid it being a one trick pony, after all, a body made of mahogany with

Handmade Precision bass for Iñaki

Handmade Precision bass for Iñaki

Recently I finished a Precision bass for a client in the Basque country (Spain), Iñaki, who is a musician and a recording engineer at Sonora Studios.. It was a pleasant job from the beginning but it is even more special

Trip to Fiskars

Trip to Fiskars

As so many here in Finland, I too feel I have a strong bond with the surrounding nature and I’ve therefore been horrified seeing how tropical forests are being hacked down. I can’t deny that I love the look of

Lingon guitar

Lingon guitar

For the Lingon-project I wanted to try out some design solutions I normally wouldn’t choose for myself. I often begin a project thinking that I’m the one who is going to play it on recordings or in concerts, but this

Marco’s Jaguar

Marco’s Jaguar

I have a friend called Marco who lives in Madrid and keeps himself busy playing in various bands (Las Infantas, Les Cundas, etc….). He asked me a while ago if I could make him a Jaguar type of guitar and I

Trems and vibes

Trems and vibes

To me the best designs have both a function and are pretty to look at. I’d say it’s quite rare a design is considered a real classic, so what makes it a classic? Does it need the majority’s approval? Does

Mustang Bass for Phil

Mustang Bass for Phil

Phillip Stark is a musician based in Spain, I met him playing in several groups like Las Infantas, Phil is also co-owner of Stark Plugs, these plugs are a great idea. If you are a musician, surely you also like