How To Build a Gobar Deck
Would you like to…
- …have one of the most useful and expensive tools that professional builders use?
- …save time by gluing 10 or more braces at the same time?
- …easily give your guitar back and top a perfect radius?
I’m going to show you how even on the most limited budget, you can have the best tool professional luthiers use when building guitars being sold for thousands of dollars. More to the point, I’m going to show you how to save up to $475 on tools and jigs right out of the gate.
The Gobar deck is one of the most useful tools that a guitar builder can have in their shop. It takes the place of 20 or more expensive deep-throat c-clamps, and allows you to glue large numbers of braces or other parts (top, back, use your imagination!) without requiring an investment in clamps.
Historically, the drawback to using a gobar deck and dishes has been the expense to buy the gobar deck, and even more so the associated gobar radius dishes, and gobar rods. With the FREE gobar deck article, you’re going to make your own gobar deck, which has the most flexible design, better than the$100 Stewart-MacDonald one, better than the LMI one, plus it’s so ridiculously cheap and easy to build! Just sign up below, and I’ll send it right out to you!
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