Talking Guitar - Interview With Michael Greenfield - The North American Guitar London UK

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Full Building of a Custom Goodall Guitar

Welcome to the day-by-day video recording of a beautiful Goodall guitar being constructed over a five week build period. In this long version recording you will see and hear how these master luthiers handcraft world class instruments. You will gain an appreciation for the quality, craftsmanship and fine details revealed in this video. Narration voice-over is by James Goodall and Luke Goodall. Background music is performed by fine musicians playing their Goodall guitar models. Goodall Guitars, committed to acoustic excellence since 1972. http://goodallguitars.com All music used with permission, thanks to Doug, Axel, Steve, Jeff, and Alex. You can find out more about them on their official web sites: Doug Smith - http://www.dougsmithguitar.com Axel Schultheiss - http://www.axelschultheiss.de Steve Davison - http://www.stevedavison.com Jeff Peterson - http://jeffpetersonguitar.com/site/ Alex de Grassi - http://www.degrassi.com

Making a Guitar | Handcrafted Woodworking | Où se trouve: Greenfield Guitars

Making Acoustic Steel-string Guitars Did you enjoy this video? Please rate and leave a comment for us! (。◕‿‿◕。) Sign up to our newsletter for web series updates and future giveaway contests: http://eepurl.com/bLFBXP Meet Michael Greenfield, a musician who began tuning, repairing, restoring, and making guitars in the 70s and since then has become a seasoned luthier of bespoke guitars. Having experience with vintage and antique guitar repair and restoration, he brings a unique insight to his craft, creating personalized musical instruments and functional works of art for artists, collectors and those who deserve the very best. His workshop is based in Montreal, where we visited over a period of 5 months, filming as he and his apprentice, Julien, transformed slices of spruce, ebony, mahogany, and other tree species into glistening guitars. It was all of our collective vision to present the process in the most candid, down-to-earth fashion, so in this hour-long documentary you will see all the glue, smudges, shavings, dust, and callouses. His guitars feature Florentine cutaways with spalted beech rosettes, violin-style body purflings and simple decorative purflings along edges, Laskin style arm rests and rib rests, amongst other features. This documentary follows several different steel-string guitars from beginning to finish. As Michael puts it, the guitar still thinks it’s a tree until it receives its first set of strings and that is when the instrument is born. After many months of work, the magical moment when we hear a guitar’s first notes is like hearing a child’s first words. Visit Greenfield Guitars on the web ~ Official website: http://greenfieldguitars.com Michael’s Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GreenfieldGuitars Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Greenfield-Guitars-152000994906532 Amazon Links ~ Making master guitars: http://amzn.to/2c70HEW Guitar picks: http://amzn.to/2cn0bDq We shot this video on a Panasonic GH3: http://amzn.to/2cOoMmK Using a Benro tripod: http://amzn.to/2clpEd2 Subtitle Credits ~ Laos: Daosavanh Bannavong Thai: Varatit Kiratikit, of Kirati Guitars Visit Kirati Guitars on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kiratiguitars/ Additional Subtitle Contributors ~ Enzo Mendez, Ivo Cabrera Music Credits ~ The music featured in this film is by musicians using only Greenfield guitars and used with their permission. If you enjoyed the music, please check out the links below: “Mountain Air” composed & performed by Scott A. McAllister Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBWnZFPwoHI “Prelude to cello suite No. 1” Bach - cover by Scott A. McAllister Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sn2nIIw34RU “Impossible Story” written, arranged & performed by Brooke Miller Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEaHFZJxBRw Official site: http://www.brookemiller.ca Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BrookeMillerMusic Her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brookie.miller “V’la L’bon Vent” arranged and performed by Lizzy Hoyt Listen to the full song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aeC2fvYQJc Visit her site at: http://lizzyhoyt.com Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITTLxMXyMFoiP4UAnWtydA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lizzyhoytmusic On Amazon, “New Lady on the Prairie” album, featuring the track “V’la L’bon Vent”: http://amzn.to/2cNAC0p Stereokroma ~ ⭐ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stereokroma ⭐ Want to donate? https://www.ko-fi.com/stereokroma ⭐ We are also on Twitter & Instagram @Stereokroma ⭐ Get new videos in your email by joining our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bLFBXP ⭐ See more at: http://tv.stereokroma.com © 2016 Stereokroma Creative Services G.P.

Guitar Gallery Tours Greenfield Guitars

Tour of Michael Greenfield Guitars in Montreal Canada by http://www.guitargal.com/collections/guitars/greenfield http://www.guitargal.com staff

Ervin Somogyi: The Responsive Guitar - Featuring Guitarist Steve Erquiaga

What makes a truly exceptional hand made steel string guitar really 'sing' is how the sound box is worked by a master. Veteran luthier Ervin Somogyi is highlighted in this short film about his work and his new books, "The Responsive Guitar" and "Making The Responsive Guitar", available from Luthiers Press in June of 2009. With more than 40 years experience in Berkeley, California as one of America's finest hand made steel string guitar builders, Somogyi is at his best -- in sound, finish and design. A rare musical glimpse into the workshop of one of America's most respected hand guitar builders, Ervin Somogyi. Original music "If Dreams Could Dance" and "Under the Tuscan Sun" composed and performed on a Somogyi guitar by guitarist Steve Erquiaga, available from 'Cafe Paradiso' (Polygram Records).

Talking Guitar - Brazilian Rosewood and CITES - With Prof. John Thomas

Thanks for watching, please like and subscribe to our channel! TNAG's Michael Watts interviews Quinnipiac University's Prof. J. Thomas about CITES, the Lacy Act and travelling with or selling a guitar made from Brazilian Rosewood

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In this interview from 2012 Michael Watts and Michael Greenfield get together for a chat in a stereo Michael situation. they look at just about everything imaginable as far as the luthier built guitar goes. We hope you enjoy it!

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