After being revised for over 10 months on the drawing board, the Bara finally came into being and proved to be worth every ounce of effort. An excellent platform for both solidbodies and hollowbodies alike, this may be the closest thing to the perfect design in our book. As with all our guitars, the options are nearly endless which allows you to help shape this gorgeous guitar into the instrument you need it to be, which is exactly what its name was intended to imply.
The Nesher is a familiar bird of prey that has a few tricks up its tonefully inspired wings. Its beautiful deep carve, unique pickups, premium woods and long body translate it into being a one-of-a-kind songbird. This lovely beast is anything but “fowl.”
Giving a proud nod to several vintage Japanese designs, the Nezer is proof that a simple offset, slab body is all you need to make great music. Couple that with unique pickups, electronics, and hardware and you have yourself a recipe for some tasty tone sauce. Mmm, mmm good.
Inspired by both Bakersfield and German designs, the Minha is a beautiful mutt with a classic foundation. Its unique carve, top tier woods, and original McNelly pickups are anything but average, though, and communicate an air of sophistication and class. But make no mistake…this mutt has a mean bark and will keep you awake till the wee hours of the night.
Walsh Guitars’ first original design, the Bethel is a vintage-meets-modern workhorse fit for just about every style of music. As a semi-hollow, it gets great woody tones. As a solidbody, it can purr or growl. But no matter what, nearly endless options are at your fingertips so your look and sound can be as unique as this design.
The Doxa truly has its own thing going on with reverse offset orientation and a unique top carve, which can be pinstriped to set off your personally customized color scheme. Couple the dashing looks with its original McNelly pickups and you’re set for good time. The Doxa’s smaller body will also quickly feel right at home, but then again I married a woman who’s only 4′ 11″ so maybe I’m biased…
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