Led in part by the desire to create my own instrument, I invested myself a lot in the manufacture of this guitar.
Having an important background into wood working due to my father and grandfather work, I have always been interested in doing devices in wood, as well as using my hands to create. So I spent three enjoyable weeks on this prototype.
Most of the processes were conducted without digital machinery, but instead, with traditional techniques found in a book of guitar making. Only the templates were made by CNC to be sure every parts would fit.
The design development of the model took a while due to its nature. A guitar is difficult to design and I talk a lot to amateur guitar maker and a professional guitar maker to backup my work.