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Louise M Paris

from Brookfield, WI
Age ~70

Louise Paris Phones & Addresses

  • 21890 Mayrose Blvd, Brookfield, WI 53045 (262) 784-2189
  • Pewaukee, WI
  • Oconomowoc, WI

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Owner Of "weezielou's Expressive Gifts", Writer, And Product Development.

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Position:
Author at Walk the Talk Associates
Location:
Greater Milwaukee Area
Industry:
Retail
Work:
Walk the Talk Associates since Mar 2011
Author

Walk the Talk 2011 - 2011
author

Wauwatosa Public Schools Aug 1971 - Jun 2005
elementary teacher
Education:
Mount Mary College 1967 - 1971
Messmer High School 1964 - 1967
Aurora University
MAT, Education
Interests:
Writing, design, decorating, sharing skills, reading, research
Honor & Awards:
Poet of Merit Award from the International Society of Poets

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Guitar With Acoustical Mixing Chamber

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US Patent:
2007018, Aug 9, 2007
Filed:
Feb 5, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/671106
Inventors:
Rainer K. Paris - Brookfield WI,
Louise M. Paris - Brookfield WI,
International Classification:
G10D 3/00
US Classification:
84291
Abstract:
A musical instrument having a body defining a substantially hollow volume, a neck coupled to the body, at least one string tensioned between the body and the neck, and a sound module positioned in the body and including a speaker having a front surface communicating directly with the hollow volume. In one embodiment, the speaker is part of a sound module that is positioned within the body of the guitar. Preferably, the sound module further includes an amplifier, a power switch, a volume control, an audio input (e.g., a wireless audio input or an audio input jack), and a battery compartment. A second aspect of the present invention is that the speakers do not face in a direction that is perpendicular to the plane defined by the soundboard. Rather, they face in a direction that is at some other angle, such as angled at least about thirty degrees from being perpendicular to the plane. Preferably, the speakers are angled at least about sixty degrees and, most preferably, ninety degrees from being perpendicular to the soundboard plane. A third aspect of the present invention is that the sound module is positioned in the lower bout of the guitar body and is not directly supported by the soundboard. In one embodiment, the sound module is supported by the back wall and does not touch the soundboard.
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