Creating shapes that are pleasing to the eye is very subtle. The smaller the instrument, furniture, or anything else – the more a shape is effected by moving a line a tiny increment. I have seen a 1/16 of an inch make all the difference to a design. When drawing a human face, these increments can be the difference between happy and sad. Headstock shapes are especially sensitive to these small increments.

Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars

Chesapeake™ Series Electrics

Severn T3 Trembuck single purf in Orange Icicle, Maple fret board (photo: Tom Filbird)
Severn T3 Trembuck single purf in Orange Icicle, Maple fret board

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Influence™ Series Electrics

Kenai T2 Onyx w/ Lapis Stone Purfling (photo: Distinctive Guitar)
Kenai T2 Onyx w/ Lapis Stone Purfling

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Steve Stevens SSC in Galaxy (photo: Tim Filbird)
Steve Stevens SSC in Galaxy

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Creation Series #3 ‘Mayflower’

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Bruce Sokolovic
Bruce Sokolovic

Hey there Knaggsters! My name is Bruce Sokolovic and was born way back in 1974. I bought my first Ra…

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