Guitar Nerds is brought to you in association with Faith Guitars.


Based right here in the UK, Faith Guitars are designed by British guitar luthier Patrick James Eggle, who has been hand-building guitars for decades for some of the biggest names in the business.


Founded in 2002, Faith Guitars have been voted the UK’s Best Acoustic Guitars 5 times in a row by both the public and panels of music industry experts. So, you can be confident in your new Faith Guitar!


Like all quality acoustics, Faith guitars are made of all-solid tonewoods, so you can be sure they’ll start off sounding great and improve year on year. Faith don’t use Laminated woods. But you’ll be pleased to know that despite the all-solid tonewoods, the superb specification and hand-made construction, Faith Guitars are still affordable with prices starting around £450 or $600USD.


Discover the range here and then visit one of the many UK or European retailers to try them for yourselves.


If you’re in the USA or Canada, you can buy direct HERE – and by using the COUPON CODE: NERDS at checkout you can get an exclusive 10% discount.


We’ve teamed up with ThorpyFX to giveaway one ThorpyFX Heavy Water Duel High Headroom Boost pedal. Highly ranked by all the Nerds in last year’s GOTY as an absolutely fantastic make gooderer!


Entry is open globally and all you have to do is visit Guitar Nerds on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter - find the entry post and answer the question:


What is one piece of merchandise available for purchase from the ThorpyFX website? To find the answer visit thorpyfx.com


We will be announcing the winner on the 8th April right here on the podcast using our spinning wheel of nerdery - so you have until Monday 6th April to enter.


This week on The Guitar Nerds Podcast, Mat and Joe have bought new stuff! We talk about Matt's new DanDrive Secret Weapon, the continuing pedalboard build, and his new Sunbear Pick-ups.


Joe talks about his new Epiphone EB-1, the history of the Gibson Bass, and the amazing new Origin Effects Revival Trem.

 


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