Bedell Born Hippie Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar  

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A full-size and easy-to-play steel-string guitar with a spruce top.

Remember your first guitar? Many times, they were rough on the fingers and tough to learn on. Bedell took a lot of time and care to ensure that the Born Hippie Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is easy to play and fun, with just a little attitude and a whole lot of clean, crisp sound.

Features
  • Spruce top
  • Sapele back and sides
  • 25.6” scale length
  • 20 frets
  • Dreadnought body size
  • Steel strings
  • Matte natural finish
  • Dovetail neck joint
  • Rosewood bridge and fretboard

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BedellBorn Hippie Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
 
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5.0

love the dreadnaught

By theb

from Fl

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Consistent
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • I Received A Born Hippie-
  • Rich Sound
  • Stays In Tune

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Bedell Born Hippie Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:

    I received a Born Hippie Dreadnaught as a gift from my bro-in-law brother Steve. It has become such an amazing guitar- staying in tune even in changing climates- very full sound- incredible playability and tonation= I have played Martins Taylors Gibsons- but this guitar delivers one of the most awesome guitar experiences I have ever had. You have got to try one- if it has Breedlove stylization behind its design- it sure shines through.

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