Guitar Making Classes F.A.Q.
Q8. How long does it take?
Most students take 14 to 18 days to complete their guitars. There is no requirement to attend the class for 14 or 18 days continuously.
Q1. How much is the course fee?
Course fee of SGD $3000.00 (approx. USD $2230.00). All wood materials and tools that contribute to the making of the guitar are inclusive.
Q7. In relation to guitar making, what is provided?
All materials and tools for making a complete guitar would be provided.
Q11. Where is the course conducted?
At Guitaring Passionately Workshop; Block 3006 Ubi Road #04-388 Singapore 408700.
Q10. What are the daily course hours?
On Weekdays, from 0930hrs to1700hrs.
Q12. Do I need to have skills related to guitar making?
It would make understanding the processes of guitar making easier. However it is not necessary.
Q13. Can you make left handed guitars?
Q14. Would I be too young or too old to attend the class?
Making guitars demand cognitive and motor abilities to comprehend instructions and execute them.
Q15. Is the course opened to non-residents of Singapore?
There is no restriction for non-residents of Singapore to apply for the course. They just need to consider their lodging needs.
Q9. Do I have to commit 18 days continuously?
For students who could afford the time to attend the entire duration at one go, by all means.
Q4. What shape of guitar would I be making?
Students can choose a S0607 (shape 7) or S0601 (shape 1) model.
Q2. How do I secure a class slot?
By making a non-refundable deposit of SGD $1000.00.
Q3. Is the class affiliated to any public grants or funds?
No. My guitar making classes are independent from any public grants or funds.
Q5. What kind of woods are used for building guitars in the class?
Students must be able to handle the wood materials if a successful outcome is hoped for.
Q6. Can I make ornamental features like armrest, scoop cut-away, bevels, etc?
These features demand high levels of craftskills. It would be wishful thinking to hope that with passion and enthusiasm, one could attain success in making such features onto the guitar during the class.
The class helped me to understand the structure of the guitar, learning to build it step by step carefully, taking note of the crucial aspects in the making, the tone and the looks.
Jabez Leong, Class
The overarching concept shared during Adam’s class, that is the most insightful to me, is the pursuit of the balance between flexibility and stiffness which can potentially produce a responsive guitar.