To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time.
Rob Reid of classicalguitartraining.com interviewed me via email. The interview can be found here.
Rob found my blog and was intrigued by the fact that I don't use power tools to make classical guitars. It's amazing how many people believe that you can only build a guitar with a fully equipped Normite shop. Rob is a great guy and we hope to do another interview with Skype.
Rob has posted interviews with some young up and coming classic guitar artists, one of my favorites is Simon Powis.
So, get back into the shop all of you and send me photos of your latest works so I can post them!
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