product types: 

  • bass guitars
  • electric guitars


Neal Moser began his career with guitars in 1964. He worked in the guitar industry beginning with VOX in 1965 until he went into the Navy in 1966. After finishing his tour in 1969 he worked at West Coast Organ and Amp as a guitar repairman and he worked on guitars belonging to Jimi Hendrix, Steve Stills, David Crosby, Roger McGuinn and Vanilla Fudge. Later he worked for Barney Kessels Music World in Hollywood where he continued doing guitar repair. He worked as a contractor for BC Rich from 1974 to 1985, where he designed the electronics for B.C. Rich guitars and the B.C. Rich," RICH BICH". Shortly after leaving B.C. Rich he designed the Virgin Guitar for Class Axe in New Jersey, who had acquired B.C. Rich. After leaving B.C. Rich in 1985 Neal met and joined forces with Lee Garver owner of GMW Guitar Works. The GMW stands for Garver, Moser and Wizard (Dan Lawrence-God of Graphic Arts). GMW is noted for it's quality guitars which are hand-made by master craftsmen and painted on the premises at GMWs own paint shop. For over 10 years Neal, Lee and Dan created Moser Guitars which were shown at the NAMM Show in Los Angeles from 1986-1998. Neal Moser was associated with GMW Guitar Works from 1986 to 2003. Neal Moser was the head luthier for Moser Custom Shop (MCS) from 2003 until his move to Arizona in 2010 where he opened Neal Moser Guitars.

Source: Neal Moser Guitars website (1 July 2018)

Source: Moser catalog 2007


Neal Moser Guitars
5500 N. Robert Rd.
86314 Prescott Valley , AZ
United States
Arizona US