This is my glue booger chisel for getting squeeze out from corners like where the soundboard meets the fretboard or where the soundboard and back meet the fiddle sides. I made it from an old square shank screwdriver that the handle broke off of. I put a slight curve at the tip so it's easier to manipulate it. Wouldn't hurt if it were a few inches longer but it works OK.
This is my Japanese Shinto Rasp. The KING of all rasps! I've had this thing for at least 20 years. I bought it when I was making primitive longbows. It has a fine side and a coarse. Just loosen the knob and flip it. This one is made to hold like a plane but they make one with a file type handle on it. It will make quick work of even the hardest woods. The tape on the end is to prevent scratching something I don't want scratched.
And this is my Flex cut mini draw knife. I've had it 5 years now and only had to strop the edge a couple times. I mainly use it for trimming the sides down making them flush with the sides.
“It is far. But there is no journey upon this earth that a man may not make if he sets his heart to it." H. Rider Haggard
The tool I need is usually in the middle of the pile on the workbench, under everything else. To get to it, I end up dumping several other tools onto the floor. My assistant apparently has not cleaned up after me. Matter of fact, I've never actually seen my assistant. Maybe I don't have one??