Monthly Archives: May 2019

Color/Paper samples for Harpsichord

I’m working on some sample boards to show the paint scheme/harpsichord paper choices I’m considering. The color is now decided, called Rittenhouse Blue, a historical, oil color from Old Village paints in Pennsylvania. The papers were colored on the computer … Continue reading

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Soundboard joined and fitted

The thing I have been most dreading is jointing and joining the soundboard planks together. I was lucky enough to get ahold of a number of extra-wide, old Italian spruce soundboard planks from a friend. It only required 3 pieces … Continue reading

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Finally some new Harpsichord work

As noted in a previous entry I thought I was getting the build back on track in 2017 (18 months ago!), but alas, I was wrong. Now I really am (getting back to it). I now have a lot more … Continue reading

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