Cigar Box Guitar Building Workshop


The cigar box guitar (CBG) is the perfect entry level instrument for the aspiring musician. The significance of playing a musical instrument you have made with your own hands is not a small thing. In just two days you will learn to build a fretless, 3 string cigar box guitar.

 
DateSaturday, July 20, 2019 - 12:00pm to Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 5:00pm

Cost

$100 registration Fee and $45 supplies

Website

https://www.craftontario.com/membership-programs/co-space.html#KenVickerson

This workshop will be led by Ken Vickerson, a cigar box enthusiast and a professor in the Material Art and Design Program at OCADU. Ken will share his passion for this humble instrument, discuss its history and impart tips and tricks for making and playing your own CBGs.

Tools will be provided. It is suggested attendees bring their own cigar box but laser cut plywood boxes will also be available. Experience with hand and power tools is not required but it is an asset. Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by a parent.

Registration is limited to 12 participants.  Material fees (approx. $45) will be payable in cash to Ken at the end of the workshop. 

Click on link to Register:

https://www.craftontario.com/membership-programs/co-space.html#KenVickerson

 

DateSaturday, July 20, 2019 - 12:00pm to Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 5:00pm

Cost

$100 registration Fee and $45 supplies

Website

https://www.craftontario.com/membership-programs/co-space.html#KenVickerson

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This workshop will be led by Ken Vickerson, a cigar box enthusiast and a professor in the Material Art and Design Program at OCADU. Ken will share his passion for this humble instrument, discuss its history and impart tips and tricks for making and playing your own CBGs.

Tools will be provided. It is suggested attendees bring their own cigar box but laser cut plywood boxes will also be available. Experience with hand and power tools is not required but it is an asset. Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by a parent.

Registration is limited to 12 participants.  Material fees (approx. $45) will be payable in cash to Ken at the end of the workshop. 

Click on link to Register:

https://www.craftontario.com/membership-programs/co-space.html#KenVickerson

 

Website: 
https://www.craftontario.com/membership-programs/co-space.html#KenVickerson
Cost: 
$100 registration Fee and $45 supplies
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