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George, I’ve arguably learned more from you and the WWGOA site than any other resource, including YouTube. More importantly, I saw you present at the Woodworking Show in Portland this past year. It was an honor to be in your presence and to watch you present yet again with such confidence and forthrightness. You are truly a master and I look forward to learning more from you through the years ahead.
I want to commend you guys on your excellent videos! George Vondriska is the real deal – I can tell by his skinned knuckles, scrapes, smashed fingers, and strength in his hands. No phony actors here. And the attention to detail is complete in the instructions. Anyone who enjoys working in their shop would appreciate them!
Expert step-by-step knowledge at the touch of a button. Having WWGOA on a tablet is like having an electronic manual beside you on the workbench.
WWGOA is a great source of information on woodworking techniques and projects for the beginner to the master woodworker. The tips and tricks in each video are invaluable and well worth the premium membership price.
I like feeling a part of a woodworking community. The videos are useful and I love being able to watch them again and again as needed.
Thank you for all the great content. I have watched every video online and have read most articles on the site. The thing I have been working on most as a woodworker is improving the fit and finish of all of my joinery. Whether it be mortise and tenon, miters, pocket hole, or any other joint, I have been focusing on correct fitting joints. I feel like the simple act of focusing and patience is really paying off. Many of the tips that have helped me improve my accuracy have come from WWGOA. Thanks again and keep up the great work.
WWGOA is an incredible value and a resource that can help you in many ways become a better and smarter woodworker.
This site is really valuable to me. I use it all the time. The plans are very detailed and great to use. The videos are easy to understand. I am a woman and I love this site.
I love George’s attention to detail in step-by-step instruction. I am very happy that he does not assume I know a technique or how he got to a specific part of the project. I do not consider myself a beginner at woodworking, but I do have a long way to go yet and his instruction is invaluable. When he explains a project step-by-step it helps me to not only understand the project, but the fundamentals behind the project that I can carry over to other projects.
WWGOA has enjoyable woodworking videos to watch when you want something explained in a common sense, down-to-earth manner like you were standing in a shop with a friend.
I have dropped my subscription to many of the other periodicals dealing with woodworking. I feel that there is a definite advantage to see firsthand in a video rather than to read about the same subject. Another disadvantage to most of the periodicals is that the number of advertisements usually outnumbers the projects. I am convinced that WWGOA is the best bang for the buck.
WWGOA is a great way to learn more about the hobby of woodworking while you are on the go by using your laptop or iPad. The videos are very well done, to the point, and of excellent quality.
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I got into woodworking about 3 years ago. It has become a huge joy of mine to be able to just get into the garage and work. As a beginner I am always learning, and I have learned so much from you and WWGOA. Thank you for your ability to explain things in a way that is easy to understand and follow. By far your site is the best out there.
I retired not too long ago and decided to take up woodworking as I have always enjoyed it. If I have a question that I can’t figure out, WWGOA is the first resource that I go to. I learn better by watching a video than reading instructions so that is where I spend most of my time.