Wallpusher invites you to Soulfest 2009!
We will be showing original handmade Wallpusher guitars and bass guitars, adjustable leather straps, and other guitar accessories.
If you can’t make it to the festival, we are selling products online at several distributors, and direct from wallpusher.com
Look for Wallpusher at the summer festivals in your area, including Soulfest in Gilford, New Hampshire July 28-31, the Eco-Festival in Ipswich, and others. We’ll be giving out free tips for DIYers on making your instrument help you play better, straps that keep you comfy on stage or off, with easily adjustable heights for soloing, and the dependability of leather and metal.
Wallpusher also hosts music nights for people to try out our guitars, share music, and just enjoy creating together in a free and safe space.
We’d love to see you at some of our events, please check out our calendar at
https://www.wallpusher.com/ click on the “events” tab, and please email us if you have any questions
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and enjoy!
Check out Wallpusher’s article in the
Cape Ann Beacon
An audio slideshow narrated by Matthew Rogers, owner and designer of Wallpusher Guitars.
Wallpusher was so glad to have the opportunity to integrate music, dialogue and pictures into this audio slideshow of Wallpusher guitars featured in the Cape Ann Beacon.
Here you can see some great shots by our Photographer friend Mark Teiwes of Matt working in the shop, and appreciate the myriad of steps and artistic decisions that a Wallpusher guitar takes.
Wallpusher is dedicated to freeing guitars
from their conventions. Listen to Matthew’s
description of his journey as a musician,
an artist, a woodworker, and a luthier,
leading to his creation of Wallpusher.
(Photographs courtesy of Mark Teiwes and the Cape Ann Beacon)
Long awaited…the wallpusher blog.
What is wallpusher?
The design and production that happens at Wallpusher is about breaking preconceived notions, and offering new ways of thinking in tangible products that honor the intersection of the aesthetic and the practical in products that can provide that which we’re all thinking of when we go to find that one special solution.
Local Artist Matthew Rogers and owner of Wallpusher holds The Diploma of Fine Arts from the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, and 15 years of experience creating art professionally. While Rogers has 15 years experience building custom furniture, bookbinding and gilding, he specializes in guitar design and fabrication. Original handmade electric bass guitars and guitars. Great quality sound, prototype neck with better reverberation, custom hand grips for easier playing, higher quality and aesthetic pleasure than anything you can find in stores. Wallpusher is located in Ipswich, MA. Please call 978 500 0495 with questions, or to make an appointment to visit the shop.
Wallpusher was recently featured in the Cape Ann Beacon and the radio show North Shore Now 104.9. You can see a slideshow of the fabrication process or hear an interview with Matthew Rogers if you follow the links below: http://www.wickedlocal.com/gloucester/fun/entertainment/arts/x1001334438
Check out our ideas and work at www.wallpusher.com
This blog could be a great place for dialogue about music, art, or any big questions at all.
To be continued…