It's a situation any guitarist can relate to: the instrument is well-balanced, looks great and sounds excellent, but somehow it's hard to play. But it's a problem that can be solved.
Next to the tone, the playability is one of the most important characteristics that determines the quality of a musical instrument. The plek process guarantees the best possible string action for each instrument, matching the individual style of the musician. A guitar with optimised playability just sounds better: the strings do not strike the frets during playing and any intonation problems that may occur due to too low a string action are eliminated.
The plek pro has been developed for use in guitar production factories and/or service-repair shops as a tool that not only performs precise fret dressing but also assists quality control and R&D. Plek pro speeds up the production process and raises instrument quality to an extremely high and consistent level. It is a computer controlled device that scans and dresses guitars under actual playing conditions, strung and tuned to pitch. This is a major breakthrough since plek pro not only identifies precisely what needs to be done for perfect fretwork but also executes the adjustments itself to deliver perfect results on each instrument.
Holy Grail Guitar Show 2014 in Berlin
This November in Berlin, we at Plek are very much looking forward to the Holy Grail Guitar Show 2014. The show presents the best of what the world of contemporary guitar making has to offer, featuring a wide variety of builders from around the world.
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Europe's largest music retailers now offer Plek Services
Europe's biggest online music dealership Thomann now offers a full range of PLEK services in its guitar service department.» read more...
Plek live at Sweden's Fuzz Guitar Show, Göteborg!
Plek live at the Fuzz Guitar Show, Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden!
Plek co-founder Gerd Anke will be travelling to Göteborg in Sweden on May 10th to demonstrate the secrets of the fabulous Plek machine.
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