Breedlove Organic Performer Concert CE bourbon

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We’re making tomorrow’s guitars today, beams Tom Bedell, whose whole earth philosophy and passion for high quality sound is the driving force behind The Organic Collection, designed in Bend, Oregon, and featuring individually-harvested FSC-certified exotic tonewoods like European spruce—torrefied at the source in the Swiss Alps—and African mahogany and ebony. Native Oregon myrtlewood is carefully salvaged and culled from the Pacific coast. No synthetic materials are used, and half the glue of traditional laminates means a lighter, more responsive instrument with dynamic range, tone and sustain rivaling other builder’s high end models.

Every entry in The Organic Collection features exacting top and back graduations informed by Breedlove’s careful research; a thin UV finish; Natural Sound electronics with soundhole-mounted volume and tone controls; easy-to-maintain pinless bridges; and classic Breedlove playability.

Torrefaction makes the thermally aged spruce tops sing as though they’ve been played for thirty years and proves more resistant to changes in temperature and humidity.

Specifications

  • Concert model
  • Single cutaway
  • 25 ½ inch scale
  • Solid African mahogany back and sides
  • Solid European spruce top
  • African mahogany neck
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Standard tuners
  • Bone nut
  • Acrylic dots
  • 16 inch radius
  • 20 medium frets
  • African ebony bridge

Electronics

  • Breedlove/Microsonic VT HD

Strings

  • 13-56 gauge standard

Condition

  • New

Weight

2,1kg - 4lbs 9.3oz

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