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The Interval

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Tom is a luthier from North Yorkshire. He feels a duty to cross-pollinate his potentially insular practice by interviewing experts, influencers and craftspeople to enrich knowledge, share experience and change perceptions. 'The Interval' is his vessel.

Latest Episodes

S2E9: Richard Reynoso

Richard Reynoso has earned a name in the lutherie industry for his design eye and his beautifully clean execution. We hear from him straight from his workshop in Hollywood (no less!) on this episode of The Interval.

66 MINAPR 1
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S2E9: Richard Reynoso

S2E8: Nicole Alosinac

Nicole tells us her story. Cutting her teeth in the woodworking industry, breaking into lutherie with a huge dose of enthusiasm, her shop in Vancouver, her sterling reputation, her history - we hear it all. See more of Nicole's work at http://www.nicolealosinacluthiery.com.

84 MINMAR 4
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S2E8: Nicole Alosinac

Maegen Wells (Part 2)

In this episode of 'The Interval' Maegen Wells, builder of guitars and mandolins, tells us about her backstory into lutherie and some of the highs (and lows) along the way.

64 MINJAN 26
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Maegen Wells (Part 2)

Maegen Wells (Part 1)

In this episode of 'The Interval' Maegen Wells, builder of guitars and mandolins, tells us about her backstory into lutherie and some of the highs (and lows) along the way.

47 MINJAN 15
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Maegen Wells (Part 1)

S2E6 - Kris Lamba

'Creating his works is an energetic process for Lamba, his pieces becoming expressions of a singularity; ideas forged though intense experimentation, later undergoing gradual stages of refinement and craftsmanship.' Tom talks to sculptor, artist and designer Kris Lamba about everything from process to Tin-tin.

44 MIN2019 NOV 27
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S2E6 - Kris Lamba

S2E5: Chris Ensor of Elevate

Chris Ensor tells Tom about his experience as a guitarmaker and how he transferred his efforts to creating high end lutherie tools for clients all over the world to enjoy.

38 MIN2019 NOV 4
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S2E5: Chris Ensor of Elevate

S2E4: Sönke Meinen

Sönke Meinen has toured all around the world, uniting a myriad of musical influences from jazz to classical to world music in his compositions and arrangements along the way. In this episode, Sönke expands upon his backstory, his compositional processes, and what the future holds. For the video version of this interview, click here.

43 MIN2019 OCT 8
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S2E4: Sönke Meinen

Talking Millimetrics and Sonore Festival with Florian Schneider

Sonore 2019 is a wrap for this year, but we're excited in this episode to debrief the event and talk about what made Sonore stand out as a guitar festival. We also hear about Millimetric Instruments, chatting about design, company origins and direction.

25 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Talking Millimetrics and Sonore Festival with Florian Schneider

S2E3: Dorian Bracht

How did a furniture maker from Berlin become a YouTube sensation cutting Japanese Joinery? Well, in a genre populated by samey DIY instructables Dorian Bracht stands out. His films are put together as beautifully as the joints themselves. In a style that has more in common with arthouse cinema than typical woodworking videos. Read the text edition of this episode at www.tomsandsguitars.com/blog.

42 MIN2019 SEP 10
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S2E3: Dorian Bracht

S2E2: Florian Schneider - Founder of Millimetric Instruments and Organiser of Sonore Guitar Festival

We talk with Florian Schneider about Montreal's hottest guitar festival, Sonore. Sonore is happening on the 13th - 15th of September, at the Agora Hydro-Quebec. Find out more here: https://www.sonorefestival.ca/en/home/ See you there!

33 MIN2019 SEP 4
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S2E2: Florian Schneider - Founder of Millimetric Instruments and Organiser of Sonore Guitar Festival

Latest Episodes

S2E9: Richard Reynoso

Richard Reynoso has earned a name in the lutherie industry for his design eye and his beautifully clean execution. We hear from him straight from his workshop in Hollywood (no less!) on this episode of The Interval.

66 MINAPR 1
Comments
S2E9: Richard Reynoso

S2E8: Nicole Alosinac

Nicole tells us her story. Cutting her teeth in the woodworking industry, breaking into lutherie with a huge dose of enthusiasm, her shop in Vancouver, her sterling reputation, her history - we hear it all. See more of Nicole's work at http://www.nicolealosinacluthiery.com.

84 MINMAR 4
Comments
S2E8: Nicole Alosinac

Maegen Wells (Part 2)

In this episode of 'The Interval' Maegen Wells, builder of guitars and mandolins, tells us about her backstory into lutherie and some of the highs (and lows) along the way.

64 MINJAN 26
Comments
Maegen Wells (Part 2)

Maegen Wells (Part 1)

In this episode of 'The Interval' Maegen Wells, builder of guitars and mandolins, tells us about her backstory into lutherie and some of the highs (and lows) along the way.

47 MINJAN 15
Comments
Maegen Wells (Part 1)

S2E6 - Kris Lamba

'Creating his works is an energetic process for Lamba, his pieces becoming expressions of a singularity; ideas forged though intense experimentation, later undergoing gradual stages of refinement and craftsmanship.' Tom talks to sculptor, artist and designer Kris Lamba about everything from process to Tin-tin.

44 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
S2E6 - Kris Lamba

S2E5: Chris Ensor of Elevate

Chris Ensor tells Tom about his experience as a guitarmaker and how he transferred his efforts to creating high end lutherie tools for clients all over the world to enjoy.

38 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
S2E5: Chris Ensor of Elevate

S2E4: Sönke Meinen

Sönke Meinen has toured all around the world, uniting a myriad of musical influences from jazz to classical to world music in his compositions and arrangements along the way. In this episode, Sönke expands upon his backstory, his compositional processes, and what the future holds. For the video version of this interview, click here.

43 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
S2E4: Sönke Meinen

Talking Millimetrics and Sonore Festival with Florian Schneider

Sonore 2019 is a wrap for this year, but we're excited in this episode to debrief the event and talk about what made Sonore stand out as a guitar festival. We also hear about Millimetric Instruments, chatting about design, company origins and direction.

25 MIN2019 SEP 30
Comments
Talking Millimetrics and Sonore Festival with Florian Schneider

S2E3: Dorian Bracht

How did a furniture maker from Berlin become a YouTube sensation cutting Japanese Joinery? Well, in a genre populated by samey DIY instructables Dorian Bracht stands out. His films are put together as beautifully as the joints themselves. In a style that has more in common with arthouse cinema than typical woodworking videos. Read the text edition of this episode at www.tomsandsguitars.com/blog.

42 MIN2019 SEP 10
Comments
S2E3: Dorian Bracht

S2E2: Florian Schneider - Founder of Millimetric Instruments and Organiser of Sonore Guitar Festival

We talk with Florian Schneider about Montreal's hottest guitar festival, Sonore. Sonore is happening on the 13th - 15th of September, at the Agora Hydro-Quebec. Find out more here: https://www.sonorefestival.ca/en/home/ See you there!

33 MIN2019 SEP 4
Comments
S2E2: Florian Schneider - Founder of Millimetric Instruments and Organiser of Sonore Guitar Festival
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