the mid 1990's Everett Guitars had grown to an annual
output of 54 guitars with dealers across the United States, Germany, and Japan.
A lot of guitars for one guy!
- Everett Transitional Armbevel -
a little ahead
of it's time.
" The original idea came from
the great Grit Laskin. I asked Grit's permission when
I built this guitar
for the Indigo Girls.
My addition to the idea was simply the smoother transition
you like to visit the old shop? Click
here. (1990 - 2001).
the year 2000, Everett started offering a guitar
that was built in concert with the famed Terada Factory in Japan. The Laurel Series.
Each Laurel was sent to the Everett Workshop in Atlanta where it was completed.
128 Laurels were built over a 3 year period.
completed the Laurel Series in 2003. If you are one
of the lucky ones to own a Laurel,
you know the great guitar that is sitting
on your knee."
Click here: Laurel
Series for more information about the Laurels.
2003, K.Carlo decided to ramp down the 60 (plus)
hours of weekly workshop time.
With a more reasonable work load, he dedicated
his time to building 20 high end guitars annually.
- Everett -
(custom ordred classical guitar)
" I am proud to see that my style arm bevel
and cutaway bevel
are becoming accepted by more of today's guitar builders. Yahoo! "
bit of amazing Everett History
(and good deed from buyer and seller).
Jan 16, 2010
Bebo Norman auctions his Everett Laurel series for Haiti Relief
The market is shifting, there are more individual luthiers than ever.
And I think that is a fantastic thing.
You might even see me at the occasional guitar show, but this time
just for fun.
I enjoy showing the new builders, clients, and friends the work that
I have dedicated over 40 years to develop.
I am blessed with wonderful people still asking for my guitars.
like to thank the following talented people who play and enjoy
Amy Ray (Indigo Girls)
Kristian Bush (Billy Pilgrim, Sugarland)
Pat Buchanan (Nashville guitar studio ace)
John Beltzer (Songs of Love)
Rich Williams (Kansas - the band)
Frank Rogers (Nashville - ace producer)
... and so many more. Thanks!"
Click on Mr. Everett's
head to see him with hair.
Guitars does not pay or compensated for endorsments.
If you see an artsit playing an Everett, it is because he /
she actually likes the guitar.
Here is a short list of current Everett Guitar Press.
Also if you are looking
at a preowned Everett, here is the
Pricing & Model History.
gallery sections feature customer's quotes about their guitars.)
Hero - Today
those of you with an Everett, I hope you enjoy your guitar everytime
pick it up and put it on your knee.
For those of you new to my guitars, I
look forward to hearing from you and
including you in our guitar family.
Thanks so much.