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BoomBocs Mk.1

Realising people were interested in buying early BoomBocs creations, Jonny knew that the build process needed to be streamlined.

Out of a newly-acquired shipping container workshop in Brixton, the initial incarnations of wooden suitcase speakers were refined to be manufactured by CNC. A production batch of BoomBocs Mk.1 speakers were handbuilt and unleashed into the world. Constructed from Redwood Pine and stained with specialist wood dye, these cheeky little chappies soon started drawing attention from both the public and the media.

In 2016, BBC News ran a feature on BoomBocs which gained a lot of publicity, in turn, grasping the attention of some famous faces. Tom Petty, Rita Ora and Shaznay Lewis (All Saints) all own a BoomBocs Mk.1.

Tom Petty

In 2017, we had a request for two custom Tweed-covered BoomBocs Mk.1 models to join Tom Petty on his 40th Anniversary world tour.

We delivered the custom-wrapped units in traditional tweed to Tom and his team at their headline Hyde Park show that summer.

The Tweed is much like the material found on older Fender guitar amps. The aim was for the BoomBocs' to blend in with the amps The Heartbreakers used on stage.

Rita Ora

The same year we built this one-of-a-kind Oak BoomBocs Mk.1 for Rita Ora.

Rita's BoomBocs has its own sonic characteristics due to the acoustic properties of Oak. We've been told it is popular with guests and provides the sound reinforcement for social gatherings at her home in London.