Photo by Kimberly Annette ©2014UWgN2VNZGloBohemian Guitars – RePurposed with a Purpose Interviews, Media, NAMM Buyers Guide, Video Bohemian Guitars - RePurposed with a Purpose 0.0Rate This VideoReader Rating: (0 Votes)One of the more interesting and coolest products at NAMM 2014 came from a new vendor, Bohemian Guitars. They have taken used discarded instruments, and other cool finds such as classic gallon cans from a wide variety of sources, worked their magic and came up with quite a spectacular end result. Check out the video and see exactly what we are talking about. The Bohemian re-purposed guitar, and find out how they are giving back… Very cool. Bohemian Guitars Mission Statement: The philosophy underpinning each of the company’s instruments incorporates its belief in ecological sustainability and our mission to support global music education. Company Background “Founded in 2012, Bohemian Guitars launched its first product line through a successful Kickstarter campaign in January 2013. Bohemian Guitars puts a creative spin on a timeless and classic instrument, the guitar, by creating one-of-a-kind electric guitars, basses, mandolins and ukuleles, using unconventional materials such as vintage oil cans and lunch boxes.” “The inspiration behind the oil can guitar comes from the resourceful residents of the townships in South Africa who re-purpose used materials into playable instruments. Growing up in Johannesburg, South Africa, brothers Adam and Shaun Lee founded Bohemian Guitars with the purpose paying homage to their homeland by sharing the beautiful sounds of oil can guitars.” BOHEMIAN GUITARS WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | YOU TUBE THE CREW Produced by: Morgan Anderson of MADrums Media MORGAN ANDERSON | FACEBOOK (Cinematographer/Sound) APRIL PIRL POTTER | FACEBOOK (Reporter) *Music by: Forrest Heise – Track: “Queen of the Cut” off his debut EP, “Electric Madness” FORREST HEISE WEBSITE | FACEBOOK Company Background and Mission Statement provided by Bohemian Guitars Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.