Oregon Concert Rogue Guitars
Inspired by the wild and scenic Rogue river located in southern Oregon. The Oregon Concert Rogue is built for the musician seeking well-rounded balance with midrange fullness, depth, clarity, and liveliness. An alluring Breedlove crafted from locally sourced myrtlewood for the body, the Oregon Concert Rogue is wonderfully alive with tone. The hard rock maple neck, and Sitka spruce top combine to deliver accentuated depth and clarity across the tonal spectrum. The Oregon Concert Rogue also comes appointed with its custom colorway and will be available for a limited time.
- Oregon Concert Rogue Specifications
- Body Type Concert
- Neck Wood Hard rock maple
- Solid Wood Top Sitka spruce
- Solid Wood Back & Sides Myrtlewood
- Top Finish Gloss Rogue burst
- Back & Side Finish Gloss Rogue burst
- Fretboard Ebony
- # Frets 20
- Nut Width 1.75"
- Tuners Hardware Breedlove, nickel
- Lower Bout Width 15"
- Waist Width 9"
- Upper Bout Width 11.25"
- Body Length 20"
- Body Depth 3.75"
- String Gauge D'Addario EXP 16
- Pickup LR Baggs EAS VTC
- Bridge Delta bridge, African ebony
- Binding Black
- Inlay Off centered dots
- Case Deluxe hardshell
- Scale Length 25.5"
- Sound Hole 4"
- Crafted In Bend, OR USA
The Breedlove Concert is the original Breedlove shape. It first appeared in 1992, and has been the best-selling Breedlove body shape ever since. Designed specifically for the fingerstylist to be well balanced, compact, and comfortable to play, it generates a wonderfully articulate range of tone with an ample low end that is never boomy, but always felt. The unique construction also allows the Concert to sing even at a full strum. If you’re a fingerstylist, or are seeking an instrument to use as vocal accompaniment, this is the shape for you. The Concert is engineered to provide exceptional sustain with a pronounced bass response, both of which can be achieved with a light touch. The graduated top works in harmony with the Breedlove Bridge Truss to provide an even response throughout the lows, mids, and highs, with sustain, and clear, concise, note-for-note projection.
Breedlove guitar necks feature a slimmer neck profile, which enables comfortable play, even with smaller hands. Unlike traditional dovetail neck joints that require major surgery for a neck re-set, it is easy to adjust the play action and neck angle with the Breedlove bolt-on neck and single-action truss rod. The hand-rubbed, semi-gloss Breedlove neck finish contributes to ideal playability – the finish process alone takes three days, including precise finish coat applications, fine sanding, and hand buffing and rubbing.
The asymmetrical headstock is featured on CM, Concert, Auditorium, and 12-String body shapes. This headstock isn’t just a pretty shape – it’s specifically designed to keep the strings in a straight, even line from the nut to the tuning pegs. The result is even tension, stable tuning, and ease of alternate tuning.
Back and Side Woods
Myrtlewood, umbellularia californica, formerly oreodaphne californica, originates in the western United States in Northern California and Oregon. Myrtlewood offers a strong fundamental with a powerful voice. Similar to maple, it has a clear and bright voice with superb projection and sustain, and offers a full and balanced sound. A versatile non-traditional tonewood, it is a favorite for many styles of playing. Myrtle has very unique and widely varied figure – no two sets are alike. Coloration ranges from blonde to taupe.
Sitka spruce, picea sitchensis, originates in the northwest United States. Sitka spruce has been the primary top wood for American-made instruments for decades. It is strong and light with extended harmonic content, and it nearly equals the power of Adirondack. It offers a strong, focused tone with a solid fundamental -- perfect for flatpicking styles. When compared with European spruce, Sitka delivers warmer, more fundamental sound, largely free of overtones. Sitka takes a slightly longer period of playing time to open up. It has a straight uniform grain and coloration ranges from white to pink to light brown.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Breedlove players around the world can attest: With consistent, proper care, your Breedlove will give you a lifetime of service – and inspiration. New Breedlove instruments, purchased through an authorized Breedlove dealer, are warrantied to be free of defects in materials and workmanship throughout the lifetime of the original owner. In addition to materials and workmanship, Breedlove offers a two-year warranty on tuning machines and electronics packages. Cases and bags are subject to a one-year warranty covering defects in structure and hardware. Full details on our limited lifetime warranty are available here.
Premier Guitar recently sat down with the Breedlove team and Jeff Pilson of the band Foreigner, to review two new Breedlove guitars: the Oregon Concert Rogue (new limited edition of the Oregon Series) and the Pursuit Concert Koa (new limited edition model from the Pursuit Series). View the review video here!
Premier Guitar | 01.26.2016
Guitar Center visited the Breedlove booth at the 2016 Winer NAMM show and recorded this video review of the Oregon Series instruments.
Guitar Center | 02.01.2016
Breedlove released the new Oregon Rogue acoustic guitar at the 2016 NAMM show in California. In this short video review created by Acoustic Guitar, Colin Besancon and Sean Morrissey review the instrument. Unfortunately, we can't embed this video - so please visit this link to watch the review!
Acoustic Guitar | 02.08.2016