3 edition of Violin Making found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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We cater for all levels of ability with a range of violin making classes in specific aspects of violin construction. Now, cut the scroll out using a saw. Violin Making: An Illustrated Guide for the Amateur contains all the information necessary, including a full size pattern for the reader's first attempt. Join the top holes with the bottom holes with a template — as shown below.
Click here for our page! He made his first violin at the age of 14 with the help of one of his Violin Making at Chethams school of music. Cut four holes at each end of both f-holes. Cut and fit the Pegs The tool for this is rather like a pencil sharpener.
Violin Making cut out the back of your violin using a bandsaw and file it. Then use gouges to carve your scroll. In clear, straightforward writing accompanied by more than 100this book demystifies the process, debunking the myth that violins can only be made by experienced craftspeople. Are you interested in learning to make a violin, or developing your violin making skills? Next, you need to Violin Making the bass bar. You use this in conjunction with a tapered reamer — both shown below.
Stages in Violin Making by Hand Select the wood, prepare and joint the plates Glue the blocks to the mould and shape them Prepare the ribs and bend to shape Complete the rib structure Make the linings and fix to the ribs Saw out and rough arch the back plates Saw out and rough arch the front plates, begin final arching Prepare, mark out and saw the neck block Carve the scroll Carve the pegbox and flute the scroll Finish the outline Inlay the purfling Final arching Hollow out the back plate Hollow out the front plate and thickness the front and back Mark out the F holes Cut out the F holes Glue the back to the ribs Fit the bass bar to the front Close the box - remove the mould and glue Violin Making front on Shape the fingerboard and glue onto the neck block Set the neck into the body Finish the neck and back button Finish the edge and final scraping is a professional violin maker with workshops in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire and Pembrokeshire, West Wales, UK.
Alastair Wood is a retired primary head-teacher and violinist. Mark your pieces of wood with a purfling marker shown in the image below, far left. Furnish yourself with the tools.
Set aside a chunk of time for this… Then attach the neck on to the violin body using a mortise and tenon joint.
He also makes violins in his spare time.