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- Talla:Dreadnaught Sitka
- Peso de envío (libras):16.7
- Dimensiones (pulgadas):45.7 x 18.1 x 5.9
Solid Sitka spruce top with scalloped braces gives you clean articulation and a crisp toneSolid Indian rosewood back and sides guarantees deep bass and strong cutting powerSlim mahogany neck offers fast, easy action and inherently long-lasting stabilityDistinctive herringbone marquetry, tortoise style pickguard and snowflake position markers evoke vintage 30's beautyFishman Presys Blend pickup system with on board tuner sounds great, whether in your basement or on stageSuperior CD-1510 deluxe hardshell case included for maximum protectionTo learn more, please see our Product Description below
Presenting the BR-160CE Historic Series Cutaway Electic Dreadnaught Acoustic Guitar by Blueridge This pre-war inspired Herringbone dreadnaught has it all. ..now including a deep cutaway and a factory installed Fishman Presys Blend pickup system! The instruments already great sound and great looks have made this one of the most desirable acoustic guitars in production today. The cutaway offers greater accessibility to the higher frets, while the pickup system ads to its overall versatility. Traditional Look Distinctive Design Body Wood Selections After WWII tone woods like Adirondack and high-end Brazilian rosewoods were no longer available to use for the production of acoustic guitars. Over-forestation and other factors encouraged guitar makers to find more abundant tonewoods that would perform just as well. In this series we use Sitka spruce for the top to impart an already aged sound that has made it the most popular top wood used to date by any maker. For the backs and sides, Indian rosewood was selected to replace South American varieties and more readily available species of mahogany were also substituted. Fingerboards and Fittings In more modern acoustic guitars made by the best, traditional American makers, Indian rosewood is the most common fingerboard and bridge material used. Its characteristics are perfect for use in these applications because it is very durable, looks great and adds to the desirable, yet complex tone of any instrument. Construction It goes without saying that traditional construction techniques used in the making of vintage instruments during the Golden Era of instrument production continue to stand the test of time. Therefore, Blueridge holds fast to traditional construction methods and incorporates the sought-after forward shifted X-brace pattern for the top. Conversely, this series also uses the more modern nut width of 111 16 for easier fingering for modern players. The Details With every Blueridge guitar, what makes each of them special is found in the details. In this series, we also combine rosewood backs and sides with traditional white binding and delicate herringbone or exotic abalone purfling, while the guitars with mahogany backs and sides will have Black ABS binding. The signature Dalmatian tortoise pickguard is also used for that look of distinction. Attention to Detail Blueridge Historic Series Traditional American-inspired design assures that vintage tone! The classic vintage style and modern improvements in playability and construction of the Blueridge guitars that make up the Historic Series have all the traditional features usually found on pricey vintage guitars, but at an amazingly affordable price! Taking cues from guitars produced in the years after WWII to present, the Historic Series combines more readily available tone woods from Canada for an already broken-in, vintage flavored tone. The slim, fast-playing necks and easy action makes these guitars truly professional-quality instrumentsalthough they are priced within the reach of students and amateurs! Elegant pearl and abalone inlay on peghead, fingerboard and all borders characterizes our top models as well as the finest solid East Indian rosewood and solid Sitka Spruce. All tops are carefully braced with the same forward-X bracing found on costly Prewar Originals and the tone of our new guitars greatly resembles those old masterpieces. Our mid-line features traditional herringbone binding on top and back strip and delicate, tasteful pearl inlay on fingerboard and peghead. The mahogany series is noted for its power and clarity, making these guitars equally suited for lead and rhythm playing. Every Historic Series guitar features a slim mahogany neck with an adjustable truss rod to maintain perfect alignment. Key
Características Select solid Sitka spruce top with hand-carved parabolic top braces in authentic prewar forward X-patternSolid, Select Indian rosewood back and sides with center strip of delicate wood marquetryWhite body binding with delicate Herringbone inlay around topDeep cutaway body design for easy access to upper fretsSlim mahogany neck with dovetail neck body joint and adjustable truss rodRosewood bridgeMaple bridge plateRosewood peghead overlay adorned with a unique M-O-P and Abalone design inlaySaga's exclusive Dalmatian-style pickguardHigh-gloss finish with aged toner applied for that vintage lookAccurate vintage-style 14:1 ratio nickel-plated open-back tuners with butterbean-style buttonsFactory installed Fishman Presys Blend pickup systemNut and saddle are made from boneNut width of 1 11/16 inchScale length of 25.6 inch (650 mm)Shop Adjusted
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