Mixdown Magazine Reviews Oregon Dreadnought Guitar
Mixdown Magazine is an Australian based magazine that covers all forms of music. They recently reviewed the Breedlove Oregon Dreadnought guitar. Check out the review by Nick Brown. Breedlove have carved quite the niche for themselves in the guitar community. They work on the ethos of building lightweight, responsive guitars that are well crafted, feature innovative designs, unique materials and distinct aesthetics. Incorporating different woods, design techniques and sounds, Breedlove have continued to push their work in many styles all the while hitting a range of price points meaning they aren’t just for the rich and famous. As a taster I got to give the Oregon Dreadnaught a whirl… OD Made in Oregon, the aptly named ‘Oregon Dreadnaught’ features some usual suspects in the woods department with Sitka spruce, hard rock maple and ebony. The real eye catcher here is the Myrtlewood back and sides. Blonde with a killer grain it almost looks like a piece of driftwood that’s washed up on a beach...
Mixdown Magazine Reviews Oregon Concert Burst Guitar
Mixdown Magazine is an Australian based magazine that covers all forms of music. They recently reviewed the Breedlove Oregon Concert Burst guitar. Check out the review by Nick Brown. Read the full review here. It must be hard to stand out in a market full of similar-ish designs, woods and looks. Of course, if you stray too far left or right, you risk completely alienating the guitar buying public. This model came with the same interesting wood selections as the dreadnaught, and for the most part ticked the same aesthetic boxes, though with a shape that’s arguably more familiar to the Australian guitar buying public. So I was keen to check out another acoustic with a slight twist from the Breed- love camp in the form of the Oregon Concert Burst. WHISKEY BUSINESS Similar to its Dreadnaught shaped cousin, the Concert features Sitka Spruce, Hard Rock Maple, Ebony and Myrtlewood. This model has gone a slightly different route however, with stain nish back and sides. While the guitar is available in natural and burst...
Oregon Concert Awarded MMR Acoustic Guitar of the Year
The Breedlove Oregon Concert model is the winner of the 23rd Annual MMR Dealers Choice Award for Acoustic Guitar of the Year. Open to current subscribers of MMR only, the voting for the 23rd Annual MMR Dealers Choice Award was concluded on Wednesday, November 18th. And results were tabulated in-house that same evening. The winners are announced in the most current December 2015 issue of MMR, and the awards will be presented to each of the winning companies at their booth during the 2016 Winter NAMM Show. Being the recipient of an MMR Dealers Choice Award is a great distinction in recognizing a company’s unparalleled commitment to value and quality. Learn more about the Oregon Concert model.
Breedlove Pursuit Concert 25th Anniversary
The folks at American Songwriter recently published a short review of the Pursuit Concert 25th Anniversary model. It's more of a description of the instrument, so we encourage you to try one of these stunning new instruments - we're confident you'll love the tone and look of this new model. Learn more about this instrument by visiting the instrument profile page. Written by Andy McDonough March 2nd, 2015 at 12:25 pm Breedlove Guitars celebrates its 25th Anniversary with several new models, including the Pursuit Concert 25th Anniversary. Built with the exotic tonewoods Breedlove is known for, it includes Koa laminate back and sides, rosette, and headstock veneer. In staying with Breedlove traditions – it also includes a pinless bridge, Breedlove bridge truss and asymmetrical headstock. Body Type: Concert Neck Wood: Mahogany Solid Wood Top: Solid Engelmann spruce Back/Sides: Koa Finish/Color: Gloss Fretboard: Rosewood # Frets: 20 Nut Width: 1-11/16” Pickup Fishman ISYS+ USB MSRP $1,065
Acoustic Guitar Reviews Breedlove Solo Acoustic Bass
Acoustic Guitar Magazine recently reviews our Solo Bass. By Brian Fox Chances are good that your bass-playing buddies can tell a joke or two about the dreaded “bass solo”—that moment during a gig that typically triggers a massive rush on the bar and turns the vibe to a bewildering blend of sympathetic and apoplectic. After all, most would agree that bass is best when played in consort with other instruments. But as physics dictates, low frequencies pose unique challenges in terms of amplification and monitoring, especially in group settings. With electric bass, those hurdles are typically overcome by bumping the gain on a sufficiently powerful amplifier. When it comes to acoustic basses—often played with the explicit goal of ditching that amp—not hearing yourself over the din of even a mellow jam session can be a major drag. With its Solo Series, Breedlove Guitars brings back much of the joy in jamming, allowing players to monitor themselves through a secondary, waist-side sound hole. Additional...