Acoustic Guitar Construction in the small shop -- Kenneth Michael Guitars LLC

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The purpose of this forum site is to provide a means for acoustic guitar makers at all skill levels to forward information, share experience and ask questions if project obstacles are encountered. We ask that egos be left at the door – the highest levels of courtesy and respect are to be shown to all. Posts containing disparaging comments will be removed. The “Acoustic Guitar Construction Forum” is owned by Kenneth Michael Guitars and is copy protected. Direct links to luthier suppliers are not permitted and will be edited.



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The goal of this forum is to provide information in a tight topical yet dynamic manner. Fresh input is encouraged and appreciated. I will attempt however, to keep the threads and posts on point to preserve logic and continuity. To that end the various forums will be pruned and off topic posts will be removed -- this is in no way meant to be judgmental and is not a reflection on the poster. Think of AGC board as a continuously updating Guitar Maker's reference resource. When one looks in the forum for say "hand tool information" that is what each of the included topics will expand upon. When you get ready to post and feeling that what you are about to type is off topic "it likely is" so start a new topic in that forum or in one that is more appropriate -- in other words don't hijack a thread and then apologize for doing so, just simply start your own new topic.

As for posting photo attachments using "Photobucket" for uploading is the preferred and recommend method. Simply register for a free lifetime account at their website. Instructions for re-sizing and uploading are clear and it is extremely easy to use. Please reduce the size of your images if your uploads are obviously distorting the forum page beyond logical boundaries. If you image is larger then the page margins (requires using the slide bar to see) only post the link. This will add to the enjoyment of all members. Here's a link with a little more detail http://acousticguitarconstructionforum. ... f=32&t=185
You can also download "Fast Stone" image software free -- very is easy to use and highly recommended. http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm


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