Working with my hands has been a lifelong journey…
doing my best to save older musical instruments that need help but have music left to share has been a passion. Saving and restoring what I consider works of art has been my pleasure.
I have come to this through a desire to learn how to play. I received an instrument with a broken neck, which disheartened me greatly. I see these creations as works of art that some craftsperson has spent hours creating. That appreciation and years of woodworking led me to google research and the desire to understand what the undertaking would be to fix the neck. That research became an ongoing process, with the desire to understand not only repair but historical creation, acoustical qualities, and old world vs. current shaping techniques.
One can never know everything and, therefore, must continue to learn.
Please see my cello page for more information.
Pay it forward seems like as good a reason as any…
if the world worked as such, it would be a healthier, happier place.
We all need help from time to time and I believe in paying it forward, so please feel free to contact me with any questions.
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