"Performers aren't the only ones in the music industry to have specialties - manufacturers usually have them, too. For Blueridge, that specialty is reproducing classic pre-war and historic guitars, making vintage design accessible to any musician without having to search out a pricey antique. Their commitment to tradition has made Blueridge acoustic guitars a top choice especially for bluegrass players, with artists like John Jorgenson and Jimmy Capps trusting their sound to Blueridge when they take the stage.
There are fantastic options in the Blueridge lineup for guitarists of any skill level, from beginner to pro. The craftsmanship of each guitar is top-notch, and they make all kinds of varieties to give you plenty of choice. For instance, you can go with the versatile dreadnought body type or a more traditional shape, and a number of Blueridges are available with cutaway bodies to open up your access to every last fret. Add on to that the fact that they make 12-string and extended range models as well as their impressive range of 6-strings, and it's easy to see that Blueridge has a lot to offer.
Deciding which of these guitars is right for you will begin with choosing the configuration and body style you prefer. After that, start thinking about what era you like best. If you're looking for a guitar with authentic pre-war style top braces in a forward X configuration, check out the BR-163A. It's got a gorgeous Adirondack top, too, for a sound that's every bit as beautiful as its looks. Searching for a 1940s-'50s aesthetic? Consider the Historic Series BG-180 Slop Shoulder Acoustic with its vintage sunburst finish.
Whatever it is that you're looking in an acoustic guitar, Blueridge can provide it. Traditional guitarists will love the reproductions and vintage-styled instruments in the historic series, while a more modern player might prefer the contemporary line. It all comes down to what you personally like in a guitar, so browse carefully and you'll certainly find the right instrument here in Blueridge's lineup."