Rob on Veritas Planes?

  • 28 Jan 2019 4:09 PM
    Message # 7133609
    Anonymous

    Hey Rob

    just wanted to say how appreciative I am of the free content you provide both here and on YouTube 

    YouTube is what drew me here and I will probably be upgrading to paid membership at the end of the free period 

    Due to the fact that as far as hand tool woodworking goes I’m mostly self taught and mainly all through YouTube and your channel has been a big part of that and for that I thank you 

    as of now I only have a couple premium planes which are both veritas one is a router plane and the other is a low angle skewed rabbeting block plane all my other planes are old Stanley’s I have a number 4 through number 8

    My question is what is your opinion on the lee valley bar it’s low angle bench planes for everyday use and why do you prefer the bedrock style to Thebes low angle style


    Also what planes do you use for joinery work aka rabbet planes or groove cutting planes 


    thanks again for the content and hope to hear from you

    jay

  • 13 Feb 2019 3:48 PM
    Reply # 7162899 on 7133609

    You might get an interesting response on this...

    See Abbott and Costello's "Niagra Falls" routine, or the "Susquehanna Hat Company" bit.


  • 27 Mar 2019 2:17 PM
    Reply # 7247778 on 7133609
    Anonymous

    I watched the bit not sure I catch your drift

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