Wood supply ready to be crafted into beautiful Anderson Guitars. Notice the wood kiln to the right.
The beginnings of a guitar neck.
Tom holding a quilted maple top.
Another maple top.
Maple tops ready for a home.
Guitar bodies in various stages.
More guitar bodies.
A stack of maple tops. Notice the serations on the maple, these allow the maple top to be bent to create the forearm contour.
Tom holding a Cobra body.
Another stage of the neck process.
Look at all of those necks. :-)
Another neck shot.
Frets ready to be dressed.
A stack of killer bodies.
More necks and bodies.
Tom holding a Crowdster body.
Bodies in the sanding process.
More bodies in the sanding process.
A whole lot of sanding going on.
Ready for some M pickups.
Tom holding a Tele body.
A closer look.
A Classic in final assembly.
Wiring work being done on a pickguard.
Pickups covers after being cut.
Adding the pole pieces.
A closer (and slightly blurry) look.
This machine winds the pickups.
Storage area of pickups ready for use.
The spray booth.
Completed guitars ready for shipment.
Guitars hanging on the wall next to Tom's desk. The guitar on the right had the old school Anderson headstock.
Two Cobras next to the shop's front door. Notice the one on the right with only two M series pickups.
Tom at his deck checking the status of my recent guitar order. :-)