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Featured Craftsmen: Jake Dodd

Visit the Break Room at our Bend, Oregon workshop and if our team is not discussing music or how to build a better sounding guitar, chances are the conversation is focused on the latest snowfall, the biggest waves, or a fresh push of wild salmon into a nearby river - depending on the season! It’s an intertwined convergence of passions, obsessions, and a harmony between what feeds our souls on and off the clock. It’s just one of the elements which allow us to craft the best sounding...

Breedlove Artist Steven Dunn Releases New Music Video For “Til Rocks Cry Out”

From ventsmagazine.com Staying true to the dark and complex themes on his upcoming 4-part series GOD LOVE AND DEATH, Steven Dunn is back with the gloomy video for his new single “Til Rocks Cry Out”. About the video Dunn comments: “We shot the video exclusively on a single iPhone as an exercise in reduction.  I wanted it to match the simplicity of the song while also showcasing the ability for independent artists to be able to furnish professional work on a...

Featured Artist: Aaron Guest, POLECAT

Featured Artist: Aaron Guest, POLECAT

Breedlove:    How long have you been playing guitar? Aaron Guest:    I've been playing guitar since I was 10 or 11. I grew up in the church - kind of a hippie-revival thing. It spawned in 60s and 70s America. We sat around in circles singing folk tunes with God lyrics. And that's actually where I first encountered 12-string guitars. I moved on from Jesus, but I'm still with the 12-strings, and they're treating me just fine. In high...

Featured Artist David Gulick: Ants Ants Ants Album Release “Why Why Why”

It is a sunny, beautiful day in northeast Portland. People are walking their dogs, groups of kids are racing bikes in the side streets and there’s a hint of barbeque in the air. Outside a quaint neighborhood theater appropriately called The Village Ballroom, a steady stream of kids and parents are shuffling into the theater. Inside, the room is bustling with activity. The vast room is filled with chairs facing a center stage decorated with the band’s instruments, framed by giant...

Guitar World Reviews the Oregon Concerto Myrtlewood

In this short review video Guitar World Tech Editor Paul Riario demos and reviews the new Breedlove Oregon Concerto Myrtlewood acoustic guitar, with a super unique myrtlewood body! About the Oregon Concerto E Myrtlewood - Myrtlewood: Wanting to push the big instrument sound to a whole new level, we are delighted to introduce the Oregon Concerto crafted with an all myrtlewood body. The extra stiffness of the myrtlewood top drives this guitar by moving more air inside the 5 inch deep body in the...

Acoustic Guitar Reviews the Oregon Concertina

From the March 2018 issue of Acoustic Guitar | BY ADAM PERLMUTTER When Breedlove introduced its first original body style, the Concert, more than 25 years ago, it delivered a medium-sized instrument that was ideally sized and voiced for a wide range of guitarists and playing styles. The Oregon-based company has recently branched out with new designs at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of size. Last year saw the introduction of the Concerto, Breedlove’s...

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