Guitar World Review of the Breedlove Journey Concert Brazilian Rosewood Guitar
Guitar World stopped by the Breedlove both at the 2016 Winter NAMM show to check out and review the new Breedlove Journey Concert Brazilian Rosewood Guitars. Learn more about the Journey Concert Brazilian rosewood guitar.
Guitar World Review of Breedlove Pursuit Koa Limited Guitar
Guitar World stopped by the Breedlove booth at the 2016 Winter NAMM show to review the new Breedlove Pursuit Koa Limited Guitar. In this short video, we hear a breif description of the instrument and hear a little audio sample.
Guitar Center Review of the Oregon Series at 2016 Winter NAMM
Guitar Center visited the Breedlove booth at the 2016 Winer NAMM show and recorded this video review of the Oregon Series instruments.
Premier Guitar Reviews Oregon and Pursuit Series with Jeff Pilson of Foreigner
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 above! The Pursuit Concert Koa and Oregon Concert Rogue: Pursuit Concert Koa: For musicians seeking amazing power with a clear and sweet tone, both acoustically and plugged in, the Pursuit Concert Koa is a true reflection of Breedlove’s Distinctively Crafted Sound. Its solid koa top and koa back and sides “open up” the more the instrument is played, expanding the midrange, for an even richer, sweeter tone over time. The stunning beauty of the figured koa make the Pursuit Concert KK a work of art as well as an extraordinary musical instrument. Includes built-in Fishman Isys + USB port for amplification and easy interfacing with recording software. Learn more about this instrument. Oregon Concert Rogue: Inspired...
Acoustic Guitar Reviews Oregon Concert LTD
Acoustic Guitar Magazine has reviewed the Breedlove Oregon Concert LTD guitar in their February issue of the magazine. Check out the video and more here. Posted by Adam Perlmutter In the coastal regions of southwestern Oregon, the myrtlewood tree, a broadleaf evergreen, grows prolifically. When harvested, it’s known to yield a beautiful range of coloring, from blonde to black, and figuring, from fiddleback to burl. Sonically speaking, it’s said to split the difference between rosewood and mahogany. The Oregon-based Breedlove has long taken advantage of myrtlewood’s cosmetic and tonal beauty, to say nothing of its sustainability, for use on the backs and sides of some smart modern guitars. And now, in Breedlove’s Limited Edition series, myrtlewood makes an appearance on the soundboard of two models, a concert and a parlor. I checked out the former and was taken with this guitar’s liveliness and clarity. Balanced in All Ways It’s so satisfying to play the Oregon Concert, a beautifully responsive...