By Harry Sebastian Wake
A suite of 7 full-scale operating drawings (11x40 fold-outs) for a violoncello and the mildew on which it's outfitted. including plans (six 11x17 fold-outs) for a collapsible trip 'cello.
The books by way of H. S. Wake are specific in that they provide own "over-the-shoulder" information and entire scale plans for making and taking good care of tools within the violin kinfolk. they're effectively used internationally. All books are spiral-bound softcovers made to stick open flat at the table or workbench.
H.S. Wake's bestselling books comprise: "To Make a Double Bass", "A Strad version 'Cello Plans", "Viola Making Plans", novice mess around Makers Q and A", Violin Bow Rehair and Repair", "A Luthier's Scrap Book", and, "The means of Violin Making".
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