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Walker Electric Guitars

Scott began tinkering with electronics at an early age. In his early teens he began playing guitar and experimenting with pickups. Fifteen years later he found himself working alongside luthier Richard Hoover, of Santa Cruz Guitar Company, studying acoustic guitar construction.

At Santa Cruz Guitar Company he hand carved over 1000 necks. During this time he carved necks for artists such as Tony Rice and Norman Blake. Custom neck carving became his specialty. While mastering every aspect of neck construction he took on other responsibilities as the Shop Foreman. These included all phases of guitar construction, guitar finishing with Nitrocellulose, wood management and tool maintenance.

At this time he began developing an electric guitar for the 21st century. After meeting musician Barry Sless, he began to develop an instrument that had the broadest tonal range available. After five years he opened shop and offered his guitars to the public. During his pursuit to develop an electronic package to incorporate into these instruments, he began working with electronic wizards Peter Miller and John Cutler. The collaboration between Scott, John, Peter, Barry and Steve Kimock has opened the door to a variety of options now available on these instruments. Scott plays guitar and Pedal Steel guitar. Music is his passion.

The guitar pictured is The Fathom

The Fathom has the appearance of a guitar made of solid bronze that was buried at sea for over a hundred years—but it’s constructed with alder, so it’s still light and resonant. The Fathom’s look is a finish and hardware upgrade that can be applied to any of Walker’s models. This bronze patina finish is very durable, sealed for a comfortable feel, and low-maintenance enough to not require polishing. The road-worthy Fathom is offered with a wide variety of patina techniques for players wanting to bring out their own personality on their instrument.

Scott Walker Guitars "Guided by Harmony"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOX-9MzkTuw

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