Lessons? It’s one of the things that we get asked most about. Well, it’s the one thing we can’t easily provide where we are. However, we’ve been saying we would start something up in the New Year, and we are now nearly a month into that timescale, so it’s time to get something going.
The weekend saw the collection of a Tenor Ukulele that we built for Noel. To say that he left a happy bunny would be an understatement and the grin on his face, having played a little on the instrument, was a joy to behold.
From our point of view, happy customers are what we are all about, and having one ask about a maintenance regime shows us that the work put into the instrument is not only appreciated, Continue reading Happy Customer →
A few things have happened since I last posted. A quiet Christmas and New Year have not been idle, but a pile of perfectly good timber that is not suitable for instrument making is slowly invading the workshop.
Along with it, we have had some pretty severe winds over the last couple of weeks, and this in turn has produced yet more timber! Yes, that is a good thing from our point of view, because the winds brought down Continue reading Projects→
Quex Instruments maker, purveyor of local timber artifacts