Catching Up

Been working on getting these three Ukuleles to the same point so they can all go into the spray booth at the same time. Getting close. Yesterday I got the tenor neck fit and the heel cap on. Today I shaped the headstock, drilled for tuners, inlaid my sun/moon design in the headstock, installed side dots, carved the neck and started installing frets. Also did some sanding and re-sawing.

Around The Shop

As of June 1, 2019 I am working full time in my shop doing repairs and building instruments. Here’s a few things I have been working on the past several months.
Headstock repair on an Ovation:

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Floyd Rose and Locking Nut install:

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Custom Necks for Lynn:

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Progress on the Ukes:
 
 
Battery Box Install:

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The Time Has Come

Starting Tuesday May 28, I will be in the shop full time. I will be accepting more repair work, finishing up a ton of building projects, upping my building not only to sell but to be ready to do more shows. I will also be offering the following services: sharpening of chisels, planes, carving and turning tools and milling services.
Shop hours:
Monday – Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday 9:30am-4:30pm
appointments available for after hours and weekends
Contact:
phone or text: 509-290-7698
email: marc@marcusdanielsluthiery.com
facebook/marcus.daniels.568

Site Security

I have never had any issues with my website, but to make sure I don’t have any future problems and to help keep my customers safe, I will be switching to a secure website as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and continued support of Marcus Daniels Luthiery and Acoustic Strap Secure.
 

Folk Fest

MD Luthiery and Acoustic Strap Secure will be at the Spokane Fall Folk Festival today and tomorrow. Will have a couple new instruments: the mini steel string acoustic and a one string diddly bow. Will also have one of my steel string acoustics and a baritone ukulele. The event takes place at Spokane Community College.