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Join Us For An Evening With Boucher Guitars and Featured Folk Music Artist J P Cormier – 3 February

Join Us For An Evening With Boucher Guitars and Featured Folk Music Artist J P Cormier - 3 February

The Twelfth Fret is hosting a JP Cormier clinic Monday April 1 2019! Running from 7PM to 9PM, this will take place at our shop at 2132 Danforth Avenue, at Woodbine.

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Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-G High Quality Hand Crafted

Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-G High Quality Hand Crafted

  Boucher Guitars make very high quality hand crafted guitars in the heart of Quebec and their calling card is their use of locally harvested Adirondack Red Spruce. Simple elegance and outstanding quality control are on display when you first observe these fine instruments. Top notch materials and a wonderful build translate to a sonic palette that will go toe to toe with all other boutique builders and classic flat top guitars. The Boucher Studio Goose SG-21-G is an orchestra

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Discontinued – Boucher Guitars Alancia Goose OMH SOLD

Discontinued - Boucher Guitars Alancia Goose OMH SOLD

Boucher guitars are fairly new for us, but they bring a fully developed and realized instrument line.
Today we have a Boucher Guitars Alancia Goose OMH, or Orchestra Model Hybrid. This model features cocobolo back and sides, this specific example a wood set with lovely sapwood providing visual effects.

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Discontinued – Boucher Studio Series Mahogany Goose Dreadnought

Discontinued - Boucher Studio Series Mahogany Goose Dreadnought

The Boucher Studio Series Mahogany Goose Dreadnought is a well balanced warm and woody flat top!

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Boucher Wild Goose OM 2010 (Consignment) No Longer Available

Here is a great sounding Boucher Wild Goose OM selling for $1800.

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Discontinued – Boucher Studio Wild Goose Dreadnought SOLD

Discontinued - Boucher Studio Wild Goose Dreadnought SOLD

Norman Boucher founded Canada’s first guitar manufacturing company in La Patrie Quebec in 1968 and began to built Dreadnought style guitars with “X” bracing patterns inspired by C.F. Martin. Norman’s son Claude continued to build and research guitars after Norman Guitars Inc. closed its doors and sold its trade mark in 1988. In 2000 Claude decided to build high quality acoustic guitars with only the best materials including the famed Adirondack red spruce. He then began to stock raw materials and share his passion with his son Nicholas. Today Claude and his cousin Robin run Boucher Guitar Products Inc. building their guitars with three generations of family pride and heritage.

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