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THE author wishes to acknowledge the debt of gratitude he owes to Marco Roccia in not only providing, over the many years of their association, all the information contained in this book but in carefully checking all he has written therein. MARCO ROCCIA, maker of the Clifford Essex concert size Spanish guitar which is used as a model in the following pages, is an Englishman born of Italian parents. He started his instrument-making apprenticeship as a boy; first in his father's workshops in Cassino, Italy, and later in Paris. He returned to the land of his birth in 1927, when he joined the Clifford Essex Co. and became one of the craftsmen who produced the many thousands cf guitars (of all kinds) that bear this world-famous name.
Make Your Own Spanish Guitar, Index Page
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|Title Page - 0001 Copyright Notice - 0002 Foreword - 0003 Introduction - 0004 A photograph of the Clifford Essex concert size Spanish Guitar - 0005 Making the Guitar - 0006 WOODS - 0007 WOOD REQUIRED - 0008 SHAPING THE SIDES - 0009 END BLOCKS - 0010 THE LININGS - 0011 TAPERING THE BODY - 0012 THE BACK - 0013 CROSS STRUTS - 0014 make-spanish-guitar - 0015 FITTING THE BACK - 0016 UNDERFACE STRUTS - 0017 Details of the strutting of the guitar face - 0018 Diagrams of types of fan strutting used by famous luthuers - 0019 FITTING THE FRONT - 0020 Glueing Frame - 0021 FITTING THE BACK - 0022 make-spanish-guitar - 0023 make-spanish-guitar - 0024 THE FINGERBOARD - 0025 FITTING THE BANDING - 0026 GLUEING THE FINGER BOARD - 0027 CUTTING THE FRET SLOTS - 0028 FITTING THE MACHINE HEADS - 0029 make-spanish-guitar - 0030 POSITION OF BRIDGE - 0031 The method of fixing the strings - 0032|