Every once in a while, I feel like I would do some basic lutherie work or handcrafting some pieces of wood to see what would come from my hands. I usually stop right after the third injury to my fingers.
It’s a long learning path before you can do such work, and the so-called globalization lead some people around the world to share their knowledge.
Several months ago I told you about the Torzal Twist Bass (Ergonomics: Adapting the Instruments to th Morphology) and Jerome Little from Little Guitar Works the man behind the concept. As a former employee at Parker Guitars among other tasks he used to make ebony knobs for guitars. Here is his video on how to make custom wooden knobs in case you wondered how to do it properly.