Happy Holidays from the FBG crew!

Our raffle of a spectacular Limited Grade R-14 in old growth 5A Brazilian rosewood is going strong.

Raffle tickets make great holiday gifts OR imagine the winning ticket under your Christmas tree....!

Mark Burds demonstrates flat picking on the R-14.

The Froggy Bottom Cares Fall 2021 Campaign is done!

The Cause and The Prize

More Details about Shobu Aikido Vermont

The final ticket was purchased on Saturday May 14, 2022 and the drawing was held Sunday evening, May 15.  

The winner, a woman from Vermont, bought a single ticket early in the Campaign.  She has been notified. Thank you to all who participated.  

New Telephone Number: (802) 728-3429

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Join us for FBG's 50th Anniversary Adventures!

We make guitars one at a time.

Over the course of fifty years of instrument building handmade custom guitars here at Froggy Bottom Guitars, our building methodology has turned on a simple idea: we make one guitar at a time.

One guitar, one player. It’s personal.

We go beyond ensuring that each guitar has been built to specs. In addition to the details of each guitar’s design, we know who the guitar is for; what it is designed to do; and how the details of its construction play into the overall goals of the client for the instrument itself. We are not a factory; we are not factory workers. We are intimately involved with every instrument we build.

At Froggy Bottom, we have not lusted to increase our guitar output year after year. Our connection to each instrument and player would suffer. Instead, we strive to get each instrument to exceed the hopes and expectations of its owner, to open new territory for them and to satisfy and expand their musical lives.  

Every guitar is a custom guitar.

We don’t promote our instruments by the stars who play them. We see no use in focusing your attention on the guitar someone else is playing. Our goal is to build a guitar for you.

That is why we do what we do, the way we do it.

Explore the wide range of guitar models offered.

Meet Glenn Carson,
our Mother of Pearl engraver


August 2020:  Glenn’s son put together this 20 minute video about his father.

Glenn has been working with Froggy Bottom Guitars since the 40th anniversary series — ten years ago!