Video: It Could Happen To You

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘It Could Happen to You’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: Night & Day

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘Night and Day’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: Who Can I Turn To

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘Who Can I Turn To’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: On A Clear Day

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘On a Clear Day’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: I Could Write A Book

On September 25, 2007, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this guitar video from Foster Guitars, Jimmy performs ‘I Could Write a Book’ on solo 7-string archtop guitar.

Video: Making a Foster Guitar (Part 7)

On December 10, 2006, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this video, Jimmy features various guitar models available from Foster Guitars.

Video: Making a Foster Guitar (Part 6)

On December 10, 2006, in News, by Jimmy Foster

Part 6 : Foster Guitar Models In this video, Jimmy features various guitar models available from Foster Guitars. Song: Gone with the Wind Featuring: Jimmy Foster on solo seven-string jazz guitar

Video: Making a Foster Guitar (Part 5)

On December 10, 2006, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this video, Jimmy plays the first chords on the new guitar. The rest of the video features various guitar models available from Foster Guitars.

Video: Making a Foster Guitar (Part 4)

On December 10, 2006, in News, by Jimmy Foster

In this video, Jimmy finishes installing the tuning keys. He then begins work on the bone nut. He measures, cuts, and installs the nut, and then he grooves out the nut for the strings. Now the guitar is ready for its first strings and first sounds. Once the guitar is strung and tuned, Jimmy makes the final adjustments to string spacing at the nut, bridge, and saddle. He then adjusts and measures the string height at various places on the guitar neck.