Dave Bunker doing a tribute to Jimmy Hendrix

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Jimmy Hendrix before he was famous!!
   
    In the sixty's when the Dave Bunker show started performing we played lot's of military clubs in the pacific northwest. One of the great groups we often followed or vice-versa, was a young man who not only was an excellent guitarist but a dynamic performer. Jimmy would actually do a complete flip off of a stage, and  not miss a link on his guitar. The Wilkinson girls who were my band for all of the Las Vegas years and were amazed and influenced by Jimmy's talent.

I only wish I'd built guitars like this back then, I think Jimmy would have loved them. God bless him for his wonderful talent wherever he now resides.
This beautiful koa archtop was built for Dave private collection.
Our 2k2 archtop with our 25.5 inch scale and Magnum top load bridge is the ultimate in ound.
Dynamic Jazz archtop using our Wishbone bridge and  Tension Free neck design. Tone and originality at it's best.

 

 

 


Call 425-483-1217 for technical assistance and specifications.

The Bunker Electronic Mute "patented" System lets you have the option of turning the string on and off by either touch or picking, it also lets you have what we call Six Sense which lets you play open but keeps the string off until wanted, the third option is what we call "Garbage Mode" or on all the time as a regular guitar is.
 
 

The Touch Guitar™ dual neck instrument and it's unique history was selected by the Seattle Times as there feature story to run with the opening of the great Paul Allen EMP museum. "Check it out below"

-----Dave Bunker Biography
 

Why Dave Bunker is not singing the blues

After 40 years of tinkering, the dreamer of a new guitar holds in his hands not only an example of musical innovation and technological know-how, which EMP seeks to embody, but the work of a stubborn Northwest free spirit.

See the whole story!

The Seattle Times, over the course of the past eight weeks, interviewed Dave and his company in detail. Both in words and in color pictures you will find this interview featured as the "cover" story in Pacific Northwest magazine.

Be sure to pickup your copy of the Seattle Times and read (and see) all about Dave Bunker and his innovative instruments.
 

The magazine is included with the Sunday Edition of the Seattle Times.
 

 

 

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