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Featured Guitars - Exclusive from FBG Shop

In the Spring of 2005 we decided to begin building a few extra special instruments each year to be offered for sale exclusively through our web site. While Froggy Bottom has a well deserved reputation for our use of especially fine woods, each of these guitars will feature the very best of our finest woods, and each will be absolutely unique. If you’re looking for the most collectible of fine contemporary handmade guitars, these will be instruments you’ll want to see, play and own.

We’ll offer you a detailed look at each guitar with excellent hi-res photos, and each featured instrument will be available for purchase only from the Froggy Bottom shop.

If you have questions, we would greatly appreciate them by phone (802 763-0100)  rather than by email.

Click on an image below for detailed information and more images of each of these unique guitars.

Featured Froggy Bottom C 1909


The traditional concert size (or 00 guitar) has long been favored for its balanced tone and comfortable size. With a 14” body width, it very easy to hold, but still large enough to suit a wide range of musical styles. And the bass-treble balance of t ...


Featured Froggy Bottom D14 #1923


Dreadnoughts are big guitars, but far too often they lack clarity, especially in the bottom end, and often, as you play farther up the neck.

We’ve always spec’d our Dreadnoughts to be slightly less deep (at 4.375”) in the body than other companies, ...


Featured Model F14 Koa Cut-away


F14  #1913

This traditionally shaped full-size (0000) guitar is extraordinary in many ways.

Its woods are amazing, both visually and sonically. The koa of the back and sides seem to have hypnotic powers, while the vintage 1876 German spruce top ha ...

Read more: Featured Model F14 Koa Cut-away


Featured Froggy Bottom M-1927

M-1927 - Brazilian Rosewood Froggy Bottom Guitar

This one is special. A set of old growth 5A Brazilian rosewood – the dark chocolate-colored stuff – carefully mated with a German spruce soundboard harvested in 1876! There is nothing ‘torrefied’ here. No gimmicks. This instrument is the real deal. ...



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