Sinclair's program recommends StewMac tools for manufacturing accuracy: fret pressing, radiusing, string spacing, and more. You don't have to be enrolled to get them for your shop!
The Guitar Project at Sinclair uses the guitar to teach fundamental science and math principles and product lifecycle management concepts. Faculty members work together to write a curriculum to train high school and college instructors to bring the guitar project back to their classrooms.
More about Sinclair's STEM Guitar Project
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Integrating guitar fabrication with Science Technology Engineering and Math.
"This National Science Foundation STEM Guitar Project provides innovative professional development to high school and community college faculty in collaborative design and rapid manufacturing. Faculty teams will take part in an intense five-day guitar design/build project. Each faculty member will build his/her own custom electric guitar and will engage in student-centered learning activities that relate the guitar design to specific math, science and engineering topics. Participants will leave this weeklong experience with their custom-made guitars, curriculum modules that can be immediately integrated into the faculty teams' school curriculum, and much more."
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We serve leading lutherie schools by supplying their students with tools of the trade. The students benefit by owning and mastering specialized professional tools that will serve them well in their careers. Each school has developed a list of required StewMac tools that are essential to their coursework.
For the majority of aspiring guitarmakers who will never attend a lutherie school, these lists are valuable recommendations. Whether you're an apprentice, or starting out on your own, we make it easy to order the same tools trusted by veteran instructors.