Wood Glue

Three of the four ukulele bridges popped off with the strings tuned and tightened. I designed a new bridge that gave a larger gluing area. Then one of the ukes was bumped off a shelf and the neck broke off. I fixed that one this morning and after a day of drying time I will restring it.

Even with all of the mishaps the ukes have been worth the work. Last night we spent some time with the kids playing them and had a great fun. They are picking it up very quickly.

I am learning CSS for designing web sites and made progress. I will probably change my web site for practice and to make it easier to maintain.

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2 Responses to Wood Glue

  1. mitchowl says:

    It’s been fun to hear about your instrument making adventure. When my oldest son was in Jr. High he built a viola, from a block of wood up. He played it all through high school and BYU-Idaho Chamber and Symphony orchestras. He still plays it.

    Why did he build one?
    Cause his mom and dad were too cheap to buy one for him.

    Anyway, I can ask him about glue if you’d like.

  2. Rhien Family says:

    Scott- I didn’t know that blogger templates were editable in CSS. Do you have a book or website that’s helping to teach you how to do CSS?

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