Giving Back. We Plant 10 Trees with Every Order

Social Responsibility

Bohemian Guitars looks to be mindful of the earth's resources, as well as those of our own, in order to build premium products sustainably while giving the gift of music back to the community.

Before Webster’s even had a word for it, the township residents of South Africa upcylced used materials into playable instruments.  Inspired by their sustainable practices and resourcefulness, Bohemian Guitars salvages scrap metal, wooden necks, various guitar parts as well as oil cans, whenever possible, to supplement the need for raw materials in our manufacturing.

We'll also cover your neck byplanting 10 tree for every guitar we sellthrough our partner, Trees for the Future.  Since 1989, Trees for the Future has been helping communities around the world plant trees.  Through seed distribution, agroforesty training, and country programs, they empower rural groups to restore tree cover to their lands.  Planting trees protects the environment and helps to preserve traditional livelihoods and cultures for generations.

Music is an explosive expression of humanity— Anyone can unleash its expressive power just as anyone can experience its emotive touch. With our program Far Out Fridays, we aim to promote youth music education by donating a guitar for each one we sell on a Friday.  We hope that the instruments we provide to our partner organizations help the underserved children today become the Bohemian musicians of tomorrow.


Trees for the future 

At Bohemian Guitars, we believe in creating partnerships with like-minded organizations to support causes close to Bohemian Guitars' mission.

We plant 10 trees with every order received, through our partner Trees for the Future. Trees for the Future is dedicated to improving the livelihoods of impoverished farmers by revitalizing degraded lands. 

The support from our customers has been vital in restoring degraded lands, stimulating economic resiliency, and providing year-round food security for participant farmers and their families.