Definition funny of Warmoth:

urban1. (noun) a guitar parts company out of Washington that specializes in custom guitar and bass bodies and parts at a very reasonable price, allowing a customer to replace, upgrade, or design their own instrument from select exotic tonewoods if they wish.2. (verb) to assemble an instrument entirely of parts purchased from Warmoth.

urbanInstead of spending $4000 on a new bass guitar from an expensive company, I just Warmothed one for about $1500.


Books about Warmoth:

booksLetter of Governor Warmoth, of Louisiana, to Senator Kellogg on the subject of the late election in that state... by Henry Clay] 1842- [from old c Warmoth (Jun 19, 2010)

booksPublic debt: speech of delegate H.C. Warmoth, of Plaquemine, in the Constitutional convention of the state of... by Henry Clay Warmoth (Dec 20, 2010)

booksLetter of Governor Warmoth, of Louisiana, to Senator Kellogg on the Subject of the Late Election in That State... by Henry Clay] 1842- [from old c Warmoth (Feb 24, 2014)

booksWar, Politics, and Reconstruction: Stormy Days in Louisiana (Southern Classics (Univ of South Carolina)) Pbk.... (Jul 24, 2006)

booksLetter of H.C. Warmoth,: Claimant of a seat in the House of Representatives as delegate from the territory of... by Henry Clay Warmoth (1866)

booksSpeech of Hon. H.C. Warmoth: [at the Republican Ratification meeting Jan. 14, 1868? by Henry Clay Warmoth (1868)

booksReport of Edward Gottheil, commissioner to the Hamburg and Altona exhibitions of 1869, to his excellency Governor... by Edward Gottheil (1870)


Wiki information Warmoth:

Warmoth Guitars
Musical instrument company, Business Operation, Organization, Employer

Warmoth Guitar Products, Inc. is an American manufacturer and distributor of electric guitar and bass parts, catering particularly to small scale manufacturers, custom builders, amateur constructors, and professional artists such as Rivers Cuomo and...

Henry C. Warmoth
Politician, Deceased Person, Author, Person

Henry Clay Warmoth was a politician and the 23rd Governor of Louisiana from 1868 until his impeachment and suspension from office during the final days of his term in 1872, because of disputes over the outcome of the election. His Lt. Governor,...