Master luthier Paul Languedoc spoke at St. Paul's School Friday. Languedoc told the crowds the story of his "mostly accidental" journey through the the music business, from working in a Burlington, Vt., guitar shop to designing and crafting the guitar and basses for the band Phish. He served as their soundman for the majority of the band's career, touring with them for almost 20 years before retiring from the road to build guitars in his Vermont workshop. His advice for aspiring luthiers who want to make it big? "Build a guitar for someone and wait for them to get famous."