Paul Tutmarc

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1896 – 1972

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Who was Paul Tutmarc?

Paul Tutmarc was an American musician and musical instrument inventor. He was a tenor singer and a performer and teacher of the lap steel guitar and the ukulele. He developed a number of variant types of stringed musical instruments, such as electrically amplified double basses, electric basses, and lap steel guitars. His second marriage was to his former student Bonnie Buckingham, known as Bonnie Guitar.

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Born
May 29, 1896
Minneapolis
Nationality
  • United States of America
Died
Sep 23, 1972
Seattle

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on July 23, 2013

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