Custom guitar book


This custom designed guitar journal is perfect for any guitar enthusiast or admirer! If you like to draw. If you like to write. Or maybe you like to display your photography the old fashioned way...in a beautiful book which you keep readily at hand to share with visitors. Or perhaps its the perfect place to write your bands lyrics and notation. Maybe you don't like to do any of this...but you know someone who does...No matter whom its for this a truly exceptional gift! Let the richness of the quality North American leather and card stock pages pull you into an era past. Designed to inspire you, or that special someone, these books are our way of imparting our creative spirit to you!

Made of supple vegetable tanned leather, hand dyed with water dyes, oiled and sealed this book will continue to become even more endearing over time. The Celtic inspired knot work is hand carved and hand painted to add a rich historic feeling to the piece. The hand bound pages in this book are acid free thick card stock and ideal for: writing, drawing, photos, or keepsakes. The book can be rebound when you have filled the pages as well, so the case can be used for a long time. The book is finished with a custom made pure copper closure which features an etched Celtic Knot. Custom initials, up to three letters, and date are included and are hand carved on the head / body of the guitar. Also included is a custom opening page with your initials and date.

To see more about this book and the process to make it please see our blog post here.

About the Custom Metal Work:
The pure copper knot shield closure is the product of a rigorous 35-45 step process. Starting with plain sheets of metal we design and create our components one at a time. Some of the key steps include preparing the metal and design work, etching the imagery and cutting custom shapes. The majority of the other steps revolve around an absurd amount of sanding and cleaning, as well as, adding the finishing touches such as ear hooks, jump rings, soldering etc. Because of this no two items are identical and they have variations between each item.



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