Ken Parker, known for the Parker Fly, has turned his attention to making the archtop guitar an instrument that plays to the strengths of all genres. His designs use space age and traditional materials, with unique and as time honored techniques, to produce instruments that are sweeter, louder, more. KEN PARKER ARCHTOPS. Unlike most other kinds of musical instruments, the archtop guitar was originally devised to be built in a factory, and didn't have the benefit of developing gradually, with lots of talented builders competing and building on each other's strengths. For control, Ken finally dealt with the shortcomings of existing conventions. To accommodate the wafer containing supplementary elements of the pickup system, Ken completely rethought the pickguard, taking into consideration how knobs and pots are used. How they fit. How players interact with them. To that end, he designed the 'magic knob'.
Ken will be in Arvada, Colorado September 21 & 22 for the Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival. As far as we know, this is the first event dedicated to archtop guitars.
Ken Parker has been a guitar innovator for a long time, first with his Parker Fly Guitars and now his unique one-of-a-kind custom Archtop guitars. Note the way the neck is attached to the body, the height of the neck relative to the body soundboard, the side sound hole, and. 29/08/2019 · Ken Parker Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival. Ken Parker Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Loading. Close. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue.. Ken built his first archtop in 1976, and by the time he co-founded Parker Guitars in 1991, he’d established himself as one of the premier makers on the East Coast, specializing in a line of solid-body electrics that re-evaluated just about every aspect of guitar construction.
26/03/2009 · We review the Parker Spot, Ken Parker's acoustic archtop. For a profile of Ken Parker, visit /article/default.aspx?articleid=22865. Ken Parker's $30,000 archtop guitar. There's a great piece in the new New Yorker about guitar design and Ken Parker, who founded Parker Guitars, making carbon fibre guitars in the late '80s with funding from Korg. He sold the company to Washburn in 2003.
01/11/2010 ·etprésentent: Un événement consacré exclusivement à la guitare de lutherie ! Le Festival International de Jazz de Montréal a mis sur pied, en 2007, le Salon de Guitare. Ken has experimented with different woods that exhibit different tonal variations. After selling his stake in Parker Fly Guitars in 2003, Ken began experimenting with the archtop guitar neck attachment. He felt that one of the pitfalls of the archtop acoustic was the bridge.
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