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These kits are designed specifically for international students taking Robert O'Brien's online building courses. Since CITES/regulated material can't be shipped internationally, we have built these kits with materials that can be exported. As with the other O'Brien kits, there are more required items than most Kit Wizard choices so we can ensure you have all the materials you need to complete the course.

We highly recommend you watch these videos before using the Kit Wizard. 

   

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The PL79 O'Brien classical guitar plan is the plan Robbie uses in this kit.

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  • Plan, Robert O’Brien Classical (ref: PL79)

    This is a nicely drawn 2 page set of plans for a 650mm fan-braced guitar designed by Colorado luthier Robert O’Brien (author of our very popular ”Tips du Jour” videos). Robbie has used these plans to teach many of his classical students, so they are tried and tested.

    Drawn by R. Padron.

    $12.28
    Plan, Robert O’Brien Classical (ref: PL79)

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  • Black Limba Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Black Limba Classical Back and Sides
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  • Bloodwood Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Bloodwood Classical Back and Sides
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  • Brazilian Tigerwood Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Brazilian Tigerwood Classical Back and Sides
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  • Chechen Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Chechen Classical Back and Sides
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  • Granadillo Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Granadillo Classical Back and Sides
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  • Ishpingo Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Ishpingo Classical Back and Sides
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  • Maple, American Classical Back and Sides Thumbnail Maple, American Classical Back and Sides
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  • Backstrip, Ebony w/Maple lam (ref: BTAE1)

    Backstrips can add a nice decorative element to any instrument. They can help tie a binding scheme together, break up a back with a less than perfect bookmatch or just add beauty to your guitar. We carry bindings, purflings, and woodstrips to complete your desired color/pattern scheme.

    The laminate on this backstrip measures approx. .035 on either side. 

    If you would like us to inlay your backstrip, start by ordering your back and side set and you will be offered this customization there. 

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    Backstrip, Ebony w/Maple lam (ref: BTAE1)

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Robbie typically recommends 3A Spruce, but he has given you leeway to make other choices.

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  • Adirondack (Red) Spruce Classical Tops Thumbnail Adirondack (Red) Spruce Classical Tops
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  • Port Orford Cedar Classical Tops Thumbnail Port Orford Cedar Classical Tops
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Robbie has chosen a West African Ebony fingerboard.

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  • West African Ebony fingerboard, 1st grade, classical/steel string (ref: FBAE1STD)

    West African Ebony has been a standard fingerboard wood for factory guitars in Europe and America, and for many builders, it is preferred because it is easier to plane and is more stable than other Ebonies. It is rarely pure-black, but the streaks and mottling that are indicative of West African Ebony are now largely accepted in the marketplace.

    Ebony Grading

    More About Ebony...

    Would you like us to slot, radius and/or thickness sand your fingerboard? Choose fingerboard customizations below.

    $26.35
    West African Ebony fingerboard, 1st grade, classical/steel string (ref: FBAE1STD)

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  • Binding, Rocklite Ebano w/Maple lam

    Wood binding serves to protect the corners of the instrument as well as seal the end grain of the soundboard and back. Many of our bindings have matching backstrips.

    Rocklite® is a revolutionary and totally environmentally friendly approach to tonewoods for musical instruments. It looks and sounds like real ebony, and is very black unlike most ebony available today. It is an engineered composite produced from eco-friendly, readily available wood species. LMI has done loads of testing on this material and it performs well. It cuts, routs and sands easily and is black all the way through. If you're looking for a super-black alternate to ebony, Rocklite is for you!

    $4.38
    Binding, Rocklite Ebano w/Maple lam (ref: WBRLLM1)

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  • Binding, Rocklite Ebano w/Lime lam

    Wood binding serves to protect the corners of the instrument as well as seal the end grain of the soundboard and back. Many of our bindings have matching backstrips.

    Rocklite® is a revolutionary and totally environmentally friendly approach to tonewoods for musical instruments. It looks and sounds like real ebony, and is very black unlike most ebony available today. It is an engineered composite produced from eco-friendly, readily available wood species. LMI has done loads of testing on this material and it performs well. It cuts, routs and sands easily and is black all the way through. If you're looking for a super-black alternate to ebony, Rocklite is for you!

    $4.38
    Binding, Rocklite Ebano w/Lime lam (ref: WBRLLM3)

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B/W purfling has been selected for the top and Maple wood strips for the back.

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  • Wood strip, Maple

    Wood strips add a nice bit of color to a purfling/binding combination.

    $1.34

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    Wood strip, Maple (ref: WSMP2)

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  • Purfling, BW 20/20

    Anything on the edge of an instrument that isn't the outermost edge (binding) is called "purfling".

    Fiber veneer is very flexible and no bending is needed prior to installation. Wood veneer may need to be bent to avoid breakage depending on the shape of the instrument you are building and the number of laminates in the layup. One can sometimes us a simple household iron to bend these to the appropriate shape. These laminates should not be soaked.

    $1.96

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    Purfling, BW 20/20 (ref: PFLMSH4)

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  • Khaya neck blank, 1st grade, 35" x 3" x 7/8" (ref: NKKH1353)

    A 35" neck generally allows you to produce your neck and heel from the same stock which prevents issues with color/grain mismatch.

    Khaya has often been overlooked as a substitute for Mahogany. Though it is an attractive wood, the wide pores, lighter weight and pinkish color we usually see in this species clearly distinguish it from "the real thing". We have found that there are different strains of Khaya which look nearly identical to Honduran Mahogany - or at least present themselves as the best substitute we have come across so far! 

    First grade necks & heels are straight-grained, quartersawn with a 25° variance off quarter allowed.

    $32.61

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    Khaya neck blank, 1st grade, 35" x 3" x 7/8" (ref: NKKH1353)

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  • Sapele neck blank, 1st grade, 35" x 3" x 7/8" (ref: NKSA1353)

    A 35" neck generally allows you to produce your neck and heel from the same stock which prevents issues with color/grain mismatch.

    African Sapele features an attractive ribbon figure than runs the direction of the grain. It is an excellent alternative to Honduran Mahogany, with similar color, and above average stability. It is a little heavier than Honduran Mahogany and the texture is not quite as even.

    First grade necks and heels are straight-grained, quartersawn with a 25° variance off quarter allowed.

    $30.20

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    Sapele neck blank, 1st grade, 35" x 3" x 7/8" (ref: NKSA1353)

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African Ebony has been chosen to match the fingerboard.

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  • West African Ebony bridge blank, 1st grade, classical (ref: BBAE1CL)

    West African Ebony has been a standard wood for factory guitars in Europe and America, and for many builders, it is preferred because it is easier to plane and is more stable than other Ebonies. It is rarely pure-black, but the streaks and mottling that are indicative of West African Ebony are now largely accepted in the marketplace.

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    West African Ebony bridge blank, 1st grade, classical (ref: BBAE1CL)

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Spruce is the standard for this part.

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  • Spruce classical bridge pad 12" (ref: WBRSL)

    Classical guitars often use a spruce pad under the bridge as shown in the illustration.

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    Spruce classical bridge pad 12" (ref: WBRSL)

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Robbie has chosen our classical standby FW72H.

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  • Fretwire, for nylon, 12% nickel/silver, 4 feet (ref: FW72H)

    A softer, standard size, used mostly for nylon stringed instruments.

    Fretwire is sold in either 4 or 100-foot lengths. 4 feet is normally enough for one standard instrument if you're not wasteful, but please check your plans before ordering. For easier installation, fretwire is coiled with the tang toward the inside of the curve. 4-foot sections might be cut into halves for shipping purposes. All of the fretwire we carry will fit into a .023" slot, with the exception of the FW75 nickel/silver wire.

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    Fretwire, for nylon, 12% nickel/silver, 4 feet (ref: FW72H)

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An African Ebony headplate and Maple veneer are the choices here. Please choose both. 

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  • Maple headplate veneer, .6mm (ref: WHMPV)

    These veneers sandwich between your peghead and your headplate to give your finished peghead that extra something special. 

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    Maple headplate veneer, .6mm (ref: WHMPV)

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  • Ebony, West African headplate, 1st grade (ref: HPAE1)

    Note - Each headplate is different from the next. We are showing you a representation of the wood species, but your headplate might look very different from the representative photo.

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    Ebony, West African headplate, 1st grade (ref: HPAE1)

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  • Tailblock, Khaya, 5" x 3" x 1" (ref: TBKH)

    The end block is the block that stabilizes the end of the guitar where the sides meet at the lower bout. The long edges of the block can be chamfered for an attractive look on the inside of your guitar.

    $3.76
    Tailblock, Khaya, 5" x 3" x 1" (ref: TBKH)

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  • Tailblock, Sapele, 5" x 3" x 1" (ref: TBSA)

    The end block is the block that stabilizes the end of the guitar where the sides meet at the lower bout. The long edges of the block can be chamfered for an attractive look on the inside of your guitar.

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    Tailblock, Sapele, 5" x 3" x 1" (ref: TBSA)

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Cedar backjoint reinforcement is commonly used on this type of instrument.

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  • Cedar back joint reinforcement (ref: BJRSC)

    This cross-grained strip is glued to the inside of the back, spanning and reinforcing the joint of the back halves. These reinforcements are beveled and ready-to-go except for final shaping to a rounded profile, which is done after the strip is glued to the back.

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    Cedar back joint reinforcement (ref: BJRSC)

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Robbie prefers reversed profile Mahogany kerfing. It's easy to work with and it attractive. Choose 4, 2 for the back and 2 for the top. 

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  • Honduran Mahogany kerfing, reverse

    Reverse kerfing for added stability and a clean look

    $5.98

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    Honduran Mahogany kerfing, reverse (ref: WKFMR)

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These are the bone items Robbie suggests. Please select 1 each of the nut and saddle and 3 tie block inlays. 

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  • Nut, bone, 1/4" x 11/32" x 2 3/16" (ref: N1)

    Bone is the material of choice these days for nuts and saddles. Its creamy smooth quality and natural denseness make it perfect both visually and mechanically.

    PDF: Conversion Chart

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    Nut, bone, 1/4" x 11/32" x 2 3/16" (ref: N1)

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  • Saddle, bone, standard, 3/32" x 5/16" x 3 1/4" (ref: S1)

    Bone is the material of choice these days for nuts and saddles. Its creamy smooth quality and natural denseness make it perfect both visually and mechanically. 

    PDF: Conversion Chart

    $3.66

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    Saddle, bone, standard, 3/32" x 5/16" x 3 1/4" (ref: S1)

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  • Bone tieblock inlay, .080" x .080" x 3.6" (ref: TBIL)

    The bone pieces, left, are inlaid into the edges of classical guitar bridge tieblocks to prevent string damage. 2-3 pieces are required to complete a tieblock.

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    Bone tieblock inlay, .080" x .080" x 3.6" (ref: TBIL)

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Robbie has chosen Engelmann Spruce for the top and Cedar for the back.

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  • Engelmann Spruce bracewood, 1st grade

    Bracewood is becoming harder to get as wood, in general, becomes scarcer. Mills are attempting to get the highest yields possible from their logs and/or billets meaning that there is less fall down from which to create bracewood. As a result, the quality of bracewood suffers – it won’t be perfectly quartersawn, the grain may not be straight the full length of the piece, there may be small defects and the grain could be wider than one is accustomed to. This is an industry-wide phenomenon and is outside of our control.

    Unless otherwise noted, each bracewood unit is equivalent to 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 20", though the actual dimensions of the pieces you get may vary. On rare occasions, 2 units may be delivered in one double-size blank.

    $6.19

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    Engelmann Spruce bracewood, 1st grade (ref: BWES)

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  • Western Redcedar bracewood, 1st grade

    Bracewood is becoming harder to get as wood, in general, becomes scarcer. Quartersawn wood is directed at necks, backs, and tops. Mills are attempting to get the highest yields possible from their material meaning that there is less fall down from which to create bracewood. As a result, the quality of bracewood suffers – it won’t be quartersawn and often the grain will run "corner to corner" In addition, the grain may not be straight the full length of the piece, there may be small defects and the grain could be wider than one is accustomed to. This is an industry-wide phenomenon and is outside of our control.

    Unless otherwise noted, each unit is equivalent to 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 20", though the actual dimensions of the pieces may vary. 2 units may come in a double-sized blank.

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    Western Redcedar bracewood, 1st grade (ref: BWWC)

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Robbie typically uses the GGCR tuning machines, but we have given you a couple more choices here. 

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  • Gotoh, gold plate, matte finish, ivoroid button (ref: GGCR)

    $78.53

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    Gotoh, gold plate, matte finish, ivoroid button (ref: GGCR)

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  • Gotoh, gold plate, matte finish, black plastic buttons (ref: GGCRE)

    $88.44

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    Gotoh, gold plate, matte finish, black plastic buttons (ref: GGCRE)

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  • Schaller Hauser-style, gold plate, pearloid buttons (ref: SHG1)

    $64.31

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    Schaller Hauser-style, gold plate, pearloid buttons (ref: SHG1)

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  • Schaller Hauser-style, gold plate, ebony buttons (ref: SHG1B)

    $78.79

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    Schaller Hauser-style, gold plate, ebony buttons (ref: SHG1B)

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Robbie likes to include binding tape and glue in his kit. Choose one of each.

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  • Binding tape, .680" wide (ref: FT75)

    Almost all factories and hand makers in our experience use tape to hold the bindings and purflings in place while gluing them to the edge of the body. Regular masking tape is generally too weak and tears under the pressure needed to press the bindings and purflings firmly into the routed channels. Filament tape—plenty strong enough—must be cut to length with scissors or a knife and is expensive. The tape of choice is this binding tape, our FT75, made from stiff paper with strong rubber based adhesive. It is strong enough to apply sufficient pressure with a strong adhesive yet can be torn by hand as you work. Each roll should do at least 5 or 6 guitars.

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    Binding tape, .680" wide (ref: FT75)

    $5.24
  • LMI Yellow Instrument Glue, 8 oz. (ref: FGX)

    Over the years LMI has provided guitar makers with the best possible adhesives to use on their instruments. Our yellow instrument glue has an amazing set of features that exceed anything else we have offered in the past.

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    LMI Yellow Instrument Glue, 8 oz. (ref: FGX)

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  • Build a Classical Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM61)

    by Robbie O'Brien

    We were surprised and delighted when luthier Robert O’Brien, who at that time was an instructor at Colorado’s Red Rocks Community College, informed us that he had been having his students order our kits and that he was making an instructional DVD based on them. Building from LMI kits, O’Brien thoughtfully chose to use a slideshow format creating more than 1400 photos and 3 ½ hours of audio for each DVD, rather than a video format. This enables him to document every step of the building process on a single, affordable DVD disc. He creates this classical DVD in the school's well-equipped shop using common power tools, and he gives suggestions on how most of the operations can be completed with hand tools.

    $39.24
    Build a Classical Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM61)

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  • Build a Steel String Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM62)

    by Robbie O’Brien

    We were surprised and delighted when luthier Robert O’Brien, who at that time was an instructor at Colorado’s Red Rocks Community College, informed us that he had been having his students order our kits and that he was making an instructional DVD based on them. Building from LMI kits, O’Brien thoughtfully chose to use a slideshow format creating more than 1400 photos and 3 ½ hours of audio for each DVD, rather than a video format. This enables him to document every step of the building process on a single, affordable DVD disc

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    Build a Steel String Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM62)

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  • Guitar Finishing with Robert O'Brien (ref: BM68)

    by Robbie O'Brien

    In addition to his instructional DVD’s on guitar construction, Robert O’Brien offers DVD on guitar finishing. Using a slideshow format with audio, Robert teaches how to choose and apply several types of finishes including oil varnishes, shellac, waterbornes, lacquers and urethanes as well as French Polish. The portion on French Polish includes video clips to easily learn the technique. This DVD will take your guitar finishing to new levels whether you are a beginner or an experienced luthier. Learn many new techinques as Robert explains all the ins and outs of guitar finishing.

    $29.42
    Guitar Finishing with Robert O'Brien (ref: BM68)

    $29.42
  • Build an Electric Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM76)

    by Robbie O'Brien

    Robert O'Brien's latest DVD in his instructional guitar building and finishing series. He uses a slideshow and audio format that makes it easy for anyone to build a standard electric guitar with a traditional body size and shape.

    $39.24
    Build an Electric Guitar, Robbie O’Brien (ref: BM76)

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  • Apron, LMI logo, medium (ref: APRONM)

    LMI's aprons are made from 100% polyester satin cloth making them a bit shiny and super easy to clean. They have lots of pockets for stashing critical stuff that is typically lost on the bench. The two large front pockets are flapped to prevent wood dust and chips from accumulating in the bottom of your pocket. The straps are made from wide adjustable nylon that criss-crosses in the back for ultimate comfort. The XL size fits a pretty "full sized" guy or gal. For reference, our employee Ian is wearing a medium sized apron in the photo. Aprons are embellished with an embroidered gold LMI logo and lettering. Machine washable (We recommend line drying).

    $27.14
    Apron, LMI logo, medium (ref: APRONM)

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  • Apron, LMI logo, large (ref: APRONL)

    LMI's aprons are made from 100% polyester satin cloth making them a bit shiny and super easy to clean. They have lots of pockets for stashing critical stuff that is typically lost on the bench. The two large front pockets are flapped to prevent wood dust and chips from accumulating in the bottom of your pocket. The straps are made from wide adjustable nylon that criss-crosses in the back for ultimate comfort. The XL size fits a pretty "full sized" guy or gal. For reference, our employee Ian is wearing a medium sized apron in the photo. Aprons are embellished with an embroidered gold LMI logo and lettering. Machine washable (We recommend line drying).

    $27.14
    Apron, LMI logo, large (ref: APRONL)

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  • Apron, LMI logo, x-large (ref: APRONXL)

    LMI's aprons are made from 100% polyester satin cloth making them a bit shiny and super easy to clean. They have lots of pockets for stashing critical stuff that is typically lost on the bench. The two large front pockets are flapped to prevent wood dust and chips from accumulating in the bottom of your pocket. The straps are made from wide adjustable nylon that criss-crosses in the back for ultimate comfort. The XL size fits a pretty "full sized" guy or gal. For reference, our employee Ian is wearing a medium sized apron in the photo. Aprons are embellished with an embroidered gold LMI logo and lettering. Machine washable (We recommend line drying).

    $27.14
    Apron, LMI logo, x-large (ref: APRONXL)

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O'Brien Guitars Course Kit Wizard

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Robert O'Brien International Classical Course Kit Wizard - price determined by choices

These kits are designed specifically for international students taking Robert O'Brien's online building courses. Since CITES/regulated material can't be shipped internationally, we have built these kits with materials that can be exported. As with the other O'Brien kits, there are more required items than most Kit Wizard choices so we can ensure you have all the materials you need to complete the course.

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