I spent most of this afternoon learning all the different ways in which bits of ebony can break. Thankfully, the great people at the Totnes school of Guitarmaking had enough maple strips in stock for me to use those.
Checked into the Steam Packet Inn for the session/#buzz rehearsal
The second #gurdy back is on after rather a stressful gluing session inside a small, dark shed with candles for light. Now I know a little more about what it must have been like to be a luthier in the Middle Ages.
sweden I am making two more at the moment, so I need to come up with three names!
According to whitespacestrippers.com, neither caching nor lossless compression exist or are in common usage on the web.
School grades are a measure of how socially acceptable your level of remembering–ability was when you did the exams, relative to everyone else.
Therefore, their meaning and value deteriorate over time. The value and meaning of things you create and add to the world generally increase with time (become more well-known, better used, refined, etc.)
Just pushed a load of #taproot changes to auto-tagging which should make structured, tag–based querying of notes way easier.
This note should be tagged with
location as it contains all of that data.
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JovianSalak I’ll show you the results, that should clear things up :)
joelestewart yeah, I found him quite irritating, and the Gurdy was completely misrepresented! But must be great for those less musically inclined.
JovianSalak #creativecommons licensing, of course!
roopagulati sure! I’ve repaired banjos before, not done a use yet but there’s little technical difference to a guitar
john_nye good god that’s hideous. But in hindsight it was only a matter of time :/