Bootcamp for your guitar – Musikhaus Thomann’s PLEK machine
Guitarists and bassists are familiar with this problem: Even though the strings have been tightened correctly, there is a noise, playability is off, and the instrument no longer sounds like it used to. In most cases, the cause is worn-out frets. Musikhaus Thomann and its computer-controlled PLEK machine can help remedy the problem.
One single device for error detection and troubleshooting
Operated by the guitar experts at Thomann’s workshop, the PLEK machine measures the frets, detects irregularities, and if needed, whets the frets to eliminate any unevenness. This helps musicians avoid costly and time-consuming refretting.
Image video of processes and services
Musikhaus Thomann approached us and asked us to visually explain the complex technical processes of the PLEK machine and the services provided by the guitar workshop team. When it comes to emotionally laden objects such as musical instruments, trust and expertise are crucial. The video clearly shows that each piece is in the best of hands with Rudi and his colleagues – and may even sound a bit better after treatment than it did ever before.