Dream Guitar Building Workshop

 

NGI Guitar building school

This is a private class with direct one on one instruction. Class dates are flexible and can be scheduled according to individual needs. This is a seven-day workshop in which you can construct an Archtop guitar from start to finish. You will be using all master grade wood and material. You will be instructed in the installation of a floating pickup and electronics.I will apply a professional spray finish and pickup after completion of the course with no additional cost. You can choose between creating a six or seven string Archtop guitar with either a 16" or a 17" body.
A private tour of Martin Guitar Co. will be included in all classes. When you come to the class, we'll provide you with supplies and tools, as well as personally supervise your building. No previous experience is required. At the conclusion of the class, you'll go home with a new archtop guitar, along with the knowledge of how to build more for years to follow. 
Price: $8,000.00

 

“Hi Dale! I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am for the training and amazing week spent in your shop! This has been one of the most enjoyable experiences I have had!” 
 - Robert -

 

“I will start by saying I had a some trepidation about committing to the archtop class. At the end I wound up being disappointed that it was over!” 
- Brian K. -

 

“It’s really one of the best things I’ve ever been a part of.  I had such a great time and I’m very turned on by the whole process and will continue to pursue this as a hobby.”

- JZ -

 

Class Dates Are Flexible - Call To Set Up A Time

(570) 856-1324

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