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Breedlove Oregon Concert Bourbon CE Myrtlewood

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Breedlove Oregon Concert Bourbon CE Myrtlewood. This display model is in mint condition with only a few minor blemishes on the case.

This USA-built Breedlove Oregon Concert Bourbon CE Myrtlewood is a stunning acoustic instrument. With its natural wood construction and handcrafted luthier touches, this guitar offers a versatile sound for any player. The body is made with solid Myrtlewood, and the neck is Eastern hard rock maple with an African ebony fingerboard.

It features a large 4" soundhole for increased resonance and volume, a 20 fret neck with a 1.75" wide nut width. The tuning gears are satin gold plated. The Delta bridge is made of African ebony. A cutaway at the upper bout facilitates full access to all 20 frets. This guitar also has an LR Baggs EAS VTC pickup system for superior amplification. To top things off, it includes a beautiful hardshell case.


Body Type Concert
Neck Wood Eastern hard rock maple
Solid Wood Top Myrtlewood
Solid Wood Back & Sides Myrtlewood
Top Finish Bourbon burst gloss
Back & Side Finish Bourbon burst gloss
Fretboard African ebony
# Frets 20
Nut Width 1.75"
Tuners Hardware Breedlove, satin gold
Lower Bout Width 15.37"
Waist Width 9"
Upper Bout Width 11.28"
Body Length 19.875"
Body Depth 3.75" (neck), 4.5" (tail)
String Gauge D'Addario EXP 16's
Pickup LR Baggs EAS VTC
Bridge Delta bridge, African ebony
Binding Black
Inlay Offset dots
Case Deluxe hardshell
Scale Length 25.5"
Sound Hole 4"
Crafted In Bend, OR USA

Sustainable & Clear-Cut Free

Breedlove uses no clear-cut woods in its Made in Bend models. It’s that’s simple. Featuring sustainably sourced all solid exotic and native tonewoods handcrafted by skilled luthiers who are as sensitive to the needs of the earth as they are to building the best sounding and playing guitars available anywhere.


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