Wallpusher Guitars look great on paper, in photos and videos; but there’s nothing like holding one in your hand.
Here we’ll be adding to a long list of testimonials about how it feels to hold and play a Wallpusher. If you or anyone you know has something to say about Wallpusher, we’d love to hear it.

We’ll be compiling a list of testimonials not only about Wallpusher Guitars, but also the furniture, home theaters and home remodeling, fine art, and other products and services that Wallpusher has offered over the years. We strive to provide quality in every area, and it’s always good to hear that we’re achieving that quality from the source.


“…adjustable guitar straps offer one handed adjustments in seconds!”

We don’t usually give in to the Facebook crazes, but we thought last week’s was kind of neat, so here it is:

Wallpusher’s definition in the urban dictionary is:    really awesome striped Bass guitar. Light, ergonomic bass guitars that offer more options for the musician. Wallpusher: made by musicians for musicians.

Ergonomic Light Bass Guitars

Guitar Innovations

Guitar Innovations

Guitars and Tools for the Musician

Wallpusher creates original handmade electric bass guitars engineered as tools for the musician to offer more options on stage. Creativity and quality are easier to achieve with the simple innovations that Wallpusher guitars has to offer. Wallpusher guitars give you the freedom to play in a tool that takes account for many of your creative desires. Handcarved, original organic wood laminates that last, higher sound quality and aesthetic pleasure than anything you can find in stores. Available from www.wallpusher.com, take it further with Wallpusher. Wallpusher offers several pre-designed body and neck styles for easy playability, but for the more creative types, we offer a myriad of choices so that you can choose the shape and length of the guitar you’d like.

Guitar Innovations

Guitar Innovations

Wallpusher Proto Bass

Guitar Innovations

Guitar Innovations

Guitar Innovations

Wallpusher Cameo: The BEST Acoustic Guitar Maker of our time Walter Stanul

What’s a Wallpusher cameo?

It’s an interview or special article on an Creative Colleague of ours who deserves attention.Whether an artist, craftsman, musician or designer– our Creative Colleagues are all people with acommon drive, a similar spark that inspires them to create. Contact us if you or other creatives would like to be presented in a cameo!


Walter Stanul is an incredibly famous guitar maker and inventor of the archtop– a jewel who has lived andworked in the Boston area for decades. The work he has done inventing the Archtop Guitar has innovated the way that acoustic guitars are conceived and made.

Walter Stanul Guitar

Walter Matthew and Beautiful Guitar

We Love Walter as a friend, respect him as a great artist, and an innovative teacher. Matthew first met Walter teaching at the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, MA where Walter taught guitar making. When Matthew entered the SMFA Diploma Program in 2000, THE oldest fine arts degree in the country, he introduced himself to Walter and showed him the guitars that he had been making since childhood in New Jersey. Walter was amazed, and hired Matthew to help him teach guitar making.

Walter and Matthew share a similar spirit, their friendship is an intuitive one– they speak the same way, passionate about every subject from their art, to their teaching, to the flow of a shop. Everything is exciting to Walter, who says “I don’t know how much time I’ve got left” but is constantly working to innovate beautiful instruments and share his skills through teaching at renowned universities. His teaching talents are praised

Guitar Gallery

Wallpusher has 42 distinct guitar designs.
If you would like to put one of these bodies on hold or have any inquiries about laminatesand our unique Wallusher body shapes, email me at info@wallpusher.com

Top 10 Innovations for 2010

Happy New Year, All!


We’ve been working on many innovations that we’re excited about, everything from very specific product innovations for guitars and basses, to implementing an intern program, to social networking, to visual innovations, and finally uploading a ton of great images we’ve been holding onto.
What are your innovations and aspirations this year? We’d love to hear about them! email us at info@wallpusher.com or just tweet wallpusher.

OUR TOP 10 INNOVATIONS FOR 2010….We are siked to bring you the top 10 innovations for 2010 we’re hoping to bring about at wallpusher this year:

10. A fresh new slideshow of our shop (CHECK!! check out www.shylaphotography.com/slideshows/wallpusher)

9. A NEW easy to find blog (CHECK!! we moved from the old site  wallpusher.blogspot.com to our new site with more photos and links at www.wallpusher.com/blog just this week!)

8. Super fun pics of guitar products, kitchen products, AND more at wallpusher.etsy.com piloted just this year…check out our whimsical cutting boards in piggy, kitty and electric guitar, spatulas, rolling pins and more!

7.  Created a network to connect “Creatives” (artists AND musicians) to each other and to gigs. “We must hang together, or assuredly, we will hange seperately.” (Ben Franklin) Find more info at  http://creativegigs.ning.com/ and creativegigs.wordpress.com

6. Kicked off a new year of interns, with manky skills to learn and job references to get, we are hosting leatherworking, woodworking, and videography interns in 2010… find more info at interntolearn.wordpress.com

5. A big personal landmark: Matthew Rogers, owner of Wallpusher is recovering from shoulder surgery to repair damage from being rearended in 2007, also mending is Margot Garrity, Carving and Marketing Intern at Wallpusher whose congenital wrist problem was operated on for the second time in 2009, so here’s to a healthy 2010!

4. COMING SOON: a music night for all who love to make music or just listen and be in community!

3. COMING SOON: easy payment buttons on the website for our products!

2. COMING SOON: festival calendar for  2010

1. COMING SOON: updated pictures of 72 guitars made this summer

Thank you so much for following us into the new decade, we’re so excited to release tons of new innovations in 2010!

One personal innovation I’ve been working on is cards!

Every month i’ve been drawing up something that helps me to remember and appreciate the time that passes so quickly.

Any memories or ideas of what springs to mind (no pun intended) for the months to come, I’d love to hear your input! Here’s my really quick brainstorm (remember, the Boston area has a crazy weather system, hence my weather related ideas, i’m open to others!!) but i’m embarassed at the cliche aspects:

JANUARY biiig snowflakes

FEBRUARY well, the groundhog of course

MARCH shamrocks are so overdone…what about kites?

APRIL rain, umbrellas, boots

MAY definitely daffodils. Maybe a crocus or two

JUNE That’s a tough one…grasshoppers are underrepresented, right?

JULY patriotic USA stuff

AUGUST whales? Starfish….sandcastles?

SEPTEMBER school bus

OCTOBER pumpkins

NOVEMBER turkeys

DECEMBER reindeer

I am a sculptor and painter living in the North Shore. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing any of my original pieces or prints of my original work. I am also available for commission work in nearly any material and subject matter.