Bohemian Boho 2.0 Series

Bohemian Guitars unveil the second iteration of their Boho series of oil can guitars, now with ukulele, bass and three new guitar designs.

Bohemian Boho 2.0 Series

This refreshed line of unique looking instruments have expanded to include ukulele and bass models. They are also introducing three new designs for their guitars called the Bohemian Ale, Electric Limeade and Hot Sauce.

The company once again goes back to crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to help them gather the necessary funds to get the new Boho series instruments out to the world. Pre-order sales of these instruments have begun with prices starting at $89 for the Uke, $199 for the guitar and $350 for the bass.

Bohemian Guitars CEO and co-founder Adam Lee said, "This has been in the making for a while and we are excited for this launch. We have been receiving requests for the Ukulele and Bass for a while and needed to create a more efficient distribution system for our original guitars first. Now, we are working with the same world class guitar manufacturers that work with the longer established traditional guitar brands. We are ready to get the Uke and Bass out to the music community."

The Boho series was born out of the company's desire to create affordable alternatives to the conventional instruments that we see in the market today. It is said to be inspired by musicians from South Africa and their DIY guitars made from repurposed and discarded materials.

Each of the Boho series instruments follow the same Oil can body, the main difference being the type of pickups installed and the neck. Some purists will probably snob these guitars since they do not have wooden bodies but still the company is standing by the build quality and tone of their product. These instruments are nice examples that prove the findings of a La Trobe University scientist, who concluded that the electric guitar's body has negligible, if not zero, effect on the amplified tone.

Those that will help fund the company via Indigogo will get exclusive opportunities to get limited edition Bohemian guitar models that include G. Love and Special Sauce. Backers can also customize or create their own branded oil can guitar for a limited run.

Being an eco-friendly company, Bohemian Guitars partnered with Trees for the Future, and pledged to plant 1 tree for every Boho series purchased from them. Even the majority of the wood used to build the neck of their guitars are sourced from sustainable forests. The company is also continuing their research on the use of reclaimed woods to lessen their effect on the environment some more. The company says, "As Bohemian Guitars grows, similar programs will be extended to the Boho community and will continue to work to reduce BG’s environmental footprint."

For more information on the new Boho series and Bohemian Guitars in general, head over to Bohemian Guitars.

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