Blueridge BG-160 Contemporary Series Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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The BG-160 features all-solid wood craftsmanship for vintage slope-shoulder tone.
Crafted with a select solid spruce top, choice solid rosewood back and sides, and a traditional dovetail neck joint for pure tone. Traditional slope-shoulder construction with a 16" lower bout and 24-3/4" scale length. Exclusive diamonds-and-snowflakes pearl inlays delivers vintage vibe. The slim mahogany neck makes it a truly enjoyable guitar to play.
Blueridge BG-series guitars are made with the same techniques as their vintage American counterparts, including many by-hand processes. Like the best instruments, Blueridge guitars aren't overbuilt. They're crafted to be light and resonant. Meticulous attention to detail and quality craftsmanship are evident in the traditional hand-carved parabolic X-bracing that allows the solid spruce top to ring loud and true. All Blueridge BG-series guitars feature a traditional dovetail neck joint, slim mahogany neck, adjustable truss rod, and vintage-style tuning machines, with an updated mechanism for modern precision and feel.
- Select solid Sitka spruce top
- Choice solid rosewood back and sides
- Slope-shoulder style body
- 16" lower bout
- Slim mahogany neck
- Dovetail neck joint at 14th fret
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 1-11/16" nut width
- 24-3/4" scale length
- Rosewood bridge
- Exclusive Century Wreath design peghead and fingerboard inlay pattern
- White binding and soundhole rosette
- Bone nut and saddle
- Vintage-style dark-tortoise pickguard
- Open-back vintage-style tuners
Got the jones for vintage slope-shoulder tone? This is your ticket. Order today!
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Comments about Blueridge BG-160 Contemporary Series Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
Mine is 3 or 4 years old, beautiful flawless sunburst, very good quality rosewood, comparable to the wood on my Martin MMV, very nice grained spruce top. Warm, Gisbon sound at a fraction of the price and I can not see where any compromises where made. Binding and inlays are first class. Construction is as good as any. I switch between Elixirs 80/20's and phosphor bronze and this guitar sounds great with both, loud, articulte and a good guitar to use for Beatles acoustic driven stuff. I also have a Blueridge BR 70, Martin DM and this stacks up with any of them. Good to have in my arsenal. I highly recommend these Blueridges.