The large table in the center of the workshop sees lots of activity every day.
boxed up tenors for Larry in Everett and Keith in Bremerton still clamped on the assembly jigs- their fretboards completed and awaiting installation, an almost finished tenor on a new portable collapsable stand and the recently cut up moose bone sent to me from Finland.
Andy sent the moose bone hoping I could use it for the nut and saddle of his new tenor. I think I can make the nut from it but it may not be thick enough over its length for the saddle. Andy says his father-in-law shot the moose many years ago in Finland.
We are finding that having a few of these stands around is saving counter space in the workshop
Now out of the clamps #s 181 and 182 are ready for their bindings. After I vacuum up the mess that is.
And the bindings are on by the end of the day. I will leave the glue to set overnight.
In the meantime Rick is busily French Polishing a uke and the collection of Kasha bridges soon to be used.