As a follow-up to my previous post regarding the Takamine AAP repair, I’ve created a YouTube video. When I first began repairing these, I hadn’t yet started filming my process. I put up a post on the Takamine Guitars Facebook group asking for some to repair so I could film. Of course, it worked!
I filmed this in January but hadn’t gotten around to quick-editing it yet. kdenlive, which is a FLOSS video editing software from the good folks at the KDE project, is coming a bit easier to me now. It reminds me a bit of Final Cut Pro, and for my amateur level videos it’s more than adequate. Soon, I’d like to get different mount for the GoPro so I can show different angles.
kdenlive is also available as a Windows application if anybody wants to give it a go — it’s free to download after all. I’m also including the links to the repair document here again, for convenience:
Microsoft Word (docx): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zgc5hUz_NwyO6gO1QureVq51Zp5IEC7O/view?usp=sharing