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Greg Koch Helps Choose YOUR Next Guitar!

  Have you ever wished you could have Greg Koch play a certain guitar from our website exclusively for you? Have you ever wanted to ask him to compare two guitars for you and describe the tone of each one in a way only Sir Gregory can? Now may be your chance!   From Monday, … Continued

A Great Big Wildwood Thank You!

We cannot begin to thank each and everyone of you for allowing us one of our best holiday seasons ever. We wish there was a way to have our entire Wildwood family here for a *FEAST* underneath the *GRISTLE TOE* but alas we will have to settle on awaiting your emails and calls. We look … Continued

Introducing Inside Wildwood, A New Video Series

  Impeccable skill, unparalleled precision, and a passion for incredible instruments… These are just some of the qualities Wildwood Guitars needs in a great luthier; and we’re fortunate enough to have two of the finest as a part of our staff. It’s undeniable, there’s something about a Wildwood guitar; something that makes you smile the … Continued

Join us this year at NAMM 2015!!

 NAMM 2015 • Day 2!! With great delight and festive folly we share with you a little teaser of the wonderful footage coming your way from the one and only Greg Koch and the boys at Wildwood Guitars!   Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube      NAMM 2015 • Day 1!! From the Wildwood front door to the … Continued

Recording the Power Trio Jams

I just got done recording a “live in the studio” project with the original lineup of my band, Greg Koch and the Tone Controls which features Gary Koehler on drums/vocals, Kevin Mushel on bass/background vocals and myself on guitar/vocals. This power trio first formed in 1990 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and we specialized in administering steadfast … Continued

How do you practice?

by Wildwood Guitars Blog Correspondent: Greg Koch People have inquired as to how much I practice. They ask about what I practice and so on. I am always flattered when folks inquire but I’m also a little perplexed. The reason for my confusion is that in my opinion, in order to be at a level of … Continued