Instrument History

One of the fascinating things about the Plek process is the way in which all the data which is collected about a specific instrument, all the scans, the individual work operations on the instrument, are all retained in an instrument-related data file.

This means that it is possible to build up an instrument history.

Such a history is useful

  • for the guitar player, as a record of previous setup,
  • for the repair tech, because he or she has access to all changes made on an instrument, and
  • to the guitar manufacturer, who now has a complete record not only of every process performed on the guitar fingerboard, nut and saddle, but also absolute quality control of these areas.


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Plek'd Players: Leon Todd, Australia

Leon Todd is a professional player and guitar teacher from Perth, Western Australia, who has created a series of Plek-related videos on his YouTube channel.

Check out our full length article and interview with Leon here.


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Plek @ Music China

We are very excited to announce that Plek will be exhibiting at this year's Music China trade fair in Shanghai. Come and visit us at our booth no. W3A43 in Hall W3.

 

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Plek and PlekHaus Berlin will be participating in this year's Guitar Summit, Mannheim, Germany.

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Rhett Shull went along to Righteous Guitars to check out their Plek machine: "I had never seen a PLEK machine in use, and I wasnt really sure what it did. So my friend Ben at Righteous Guitars in Roswell GA took me through the whole process."

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