- "Otto Anderson (1857—1938): Seattle's Early Guitar-Maker"
- "Audiovox Electric Guitars"
- "Audiovox: The World’s First Electric Bass Guitar Is Discovered!"
- "John Coppock & his Deluxe Electric Guitars (1934—1958)"
- "John Coppock & his Hawaiian Band (1927)"
- "John Coppock, Peshastin's Star Guitarist, Returns from Hollywood for Hometown Concert in 1927"
- "Coppock Guitars: Rarities from the Pacific Northwest"
- "Seattle's National Institute of Music & Arts [NIOMA] (1932—1955)"
- "NIOMA's "Open Air Musical Festival" wows Seattle crowd (1933)"
- "Harvey Hansen & his Hanburt Electric Guitars (1939—1950)"
- "Harvey Thomas (1920-1987): Maker of Electrifying Custom Guitars"
- "The Seattle Daily Times features Harvey Thomas's eccentric and obscure guitar-making company on September 21, 1969"
- "Dave Bunker files Patent Application for his Unique Electric Guitar (1957)"
- "Dave Bunker & his Mind-Blowingly Unique Electric Guitars (1955—2013)"
NW MUSIC: THE GUITAR-MAKERS
BELOW ARE LINKS to essays about the history of guitar-making and guitar-instruction in the Northwest. From Seattle's Otto Anderson and Port Townsend's Chris Knutsen and their lutherie shops in the 1890s; to Frank Coulter designing and building wild new instruments in the 'teens and '20s [essay coming soon!]; Paul Tutmarc and John Coppock both going electric in the 1930s; Seattle's remarkable franchise schools (the National Institute of Music & Arts) for kids, and onwards to Harvey Thomas' eccentric and eye-popping guitars, Dave Bunker and his visionary "Touch" guitars, and more...