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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