The latest extension to the Bohemian Guitars range of oil can guitars is the Boho Bass Guitar.
We first talked about Bohemian Guitars and their great looking oil can guitars way back in March last year. We had seen their Boho range of oil can guitars and loved the look and sound of them. Now the guys at Bohemian Guitars are back with the launch of the Boho Bass guitar. This is, so far as we know, the worlds first commercial oil can bass guitar.
Bohemian guitars is an Atlanta based company founded in 2012 by brothers Adam and Shaun Lee joined by friend Mark Friedman. Their guitars are made from oil cans a concept that they picked up when visiting their home town of Johannesburg in South Africa. They appreciated the ingenuity and creativity of the street musicians in Johannesburg but were especially inspired by the look and sound of oil can guitars.
They took the excitement of the oil can guitar idea back to the US and Bohemian Guitars was born.
After a successful Kickstarter crowd funding campaign the company has launched the latest extension to their product range the Boho Bass guitar and the Boho Ukulele.
The Boho Bass guitar is a great extension to the range and follows the ethos of all the Bohemian range of guitars. A great guitar built around a great looking oil can.
However, the proof of the pudding is in the eating, or in this case the playing. So what does the Boho bass guitar sound like. Well if you check out the video below you can hear the complete range of guitars. They also provide details on why the guitars have a unique sound which can’t be found on a normal wooden bodied guitar. Judging from the sound the Boho Bass Guitar produces in the jam session we think that the Boho bass guitar will prove to be a great extension to the Bohemian range of guitars.
For further details of these great guitars and where you can find them check out the Bohemian Guitars site.
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