Luthiers Interactive of North Texas (LINT)

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  • 29 Jul 2019 10:00 AM | Bill Bell (Administrator)

    Our June meeting was informative, interactive and well-attended.

    Likewise this one is a little distance but well, well worth the drive!


    LINT August Meeting

    8/10/19 – 10:00 AM start

    Location - WoodRing Guitar Studio

    113 Overton Ridge Circle, Weatherford, Tx, 76088

    Wood Ring Classical Guitars

    Aaron is an accomplished Luthier and designer of Custom Classical Guitars. He just moved into his new studio in 2018.  Come tour the shop and hear the discussion on:

    • Design & Layout
    • Space Utilization
    • Pros & Cons - pointers to pass along

    Added club discussion about:

    • a potential Fall Wood buy, 
    • Plans for LINT and the October Ft. Worth guitar show
    • Other $ demands we may need to consider

    As usual, we all look forward to your "Show & Tell" of what you're working on. And Swap & Sell is always great.

    We plan to continue our Build Design Round Table discussion.  This time we will get into Rosettes - Design, construction, jigs/tools, Do's & Dont's.    Members -Bring what you want to show off and discuss.  And if time permits, we will get into the next step of Purfling.

    Hands-on Demos - Complex Rosette Build Techniques

    Top Routing to receive Rosette

    This is too much to miss.

    Who are you going to ride with?  Who are you going to bring?

  • 11 Apr 2019 2:00 PM | Bill Bell (Administrator)

    Meeting Update

    Due to forecast of inclement weather, the Cook-out has been cancelled. The regular LINT meeting, Special presentations and discussion are still scheduled.

    Location: Phil Morris’ shop  2905 Ridgedale, Garland, Tx, 75041

    Time: 10:00 AM start; 

    Refer to events tab or email for Meeting Agenda.

  • 17 Dec 2018 9:38 AM | Bill Bell (Administrator)

    Joe Glaser has always enjoyed taking a damaged guitar and repairing it to bring it back to playing condition. His passion for the craftsmanship of guitar repairs has made him one of the sought-after guitar techs in Nashville. Joe is also a creative designer who has designed several product accessories and add-ons such as the Glaser B-ender, which unlike other string benders can bend three different strings independently. In 2010 when Nashville experienced a deadly flood, several hundred musical instruments were damaged due to the high flood waters. Joe headed up an amazing outpouring of support that resulted in a massive effort to recover and repair as many instruments as possible. The effort was a great example of the community of music supporters as well as Joe’s personal passion for helping fellow musicians!

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