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There's a lot to be said for specialization. Although there are plenty of luthiers who can build virtually any kind of guitar, if you want the best of something, your best bet is to turn to someone who specializes in that very thing. This is where Blueridge comes in. They live and breathe acoustic guitars, so if you're looking for an acoustic that stands head and shoulders above the rest, you're in the right place. Blueridge has a simple formula: take the best classic pre-war and historic guitars ever created, and build those designs for modern players. It's a winning philosophy that leads to some truly incredible instruments, finding their way onstage with legendary bluegrass artists like John Jorgenson and Jimmy Capps, not to mention countless other guitarists in a wide variety of genres and styles. No matter your skill level or budget, you can find the perfect guitar in the Blueridge lineup. Looking for an accessible dreadnought perfect for beginners as well as pros? Try the BR-40 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar. Itching for a classic-bodied, finely-crafted strumbox with an Adirondack top? Check out the BR-183A from Blueridge's Craftsman Series. And if you want the option of plugging in to an amplifier, you can have that too: just look for an acoustic-electric model like the Historic Series BR-163CE 000 Cutaway. Since Blueridge is so closely committed to reproducing classic guitars, another angle that you can take to approach their selection is by era. For example, if you're interested in pre-war styles with a forward X brace configuration, be sure not to miss the BR-163A. Or, if you'd like a slightly more modern 1940s-'50s vibe, consider the Historic Series BG-180 with its slope shoulder design. Both of these guitars sound as gorgeous as they look, and they're only the tip of the Blueridge iceberg. Thanks to their diverse catalog placing authentic vintage reproductions alongside contemporary modern guitars, Blueridge has a lot to offer any guitarist. Keep in mind the qualities you're looking for in an acoustic guitar - especially if you love traditional designs - and there's no doubt that you'll find at least a few instruments here that are just begging to join your collection.