Breedlove guitars are renowned for their balance, craftsmanship and sound. These handmade guitars from the great Northwest have grown a legion of dedicated players for whom the Breedlove is the best i... Click To Read More About This Product
Breedlove guitars are renowned for their balance, craftsmanship and sound. These handmade guitars from the great Northwest have grown a legion of dedicated players for whom the Breedlove is the best instrument to express their artistry. Breedlove attention to quality and detail are now available in a modestly prioced instrument, the Breedlove Discovery. This is a special model, exclusive here, featuring maple back and sides, as opposed to sapele back and sides. The maple does a better job of producing warm bass tones tones, and offers an attractive look.
For players looking for distinctively crafted sound at an affordable price, the Discovery Dreadnought offers substantial projection for ensemble work, and yet retains the refinement needed for vocal accompaniment. This easy-to-play instrument is ideal for entry-level players who want access to the renowned balance and clarity of a Breedlove guitar.
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Comments about Breedlove Discovery Maple Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
My $100 Washburn warped this year, and I have an old Yamaha that sounds great but the action is unforgivable... So, I was looking for a nice acoustic that would last me a long time... After many weeks of contemplation, I went to Guitar Center today and spent an hour or so in the acoustic room trying out different guitars. I looked some up online beforehand, and had the Yamaha FG730S solid top or the Martin X1-DE in mind and I tried them both out. And some others. Nothing really felt just right... Then this Breedlove caught my eye... I hadn't heard of Breedlove before, but I picked it up anyway. I'm glad I did. First, I was impressed with the feel of the guitar, like, it was perfectly balanced on my knee... Then, I was impressed by how evenly the lows and the highs projected themselves, from bar chords to fingerpicking. I didn't have to play it that long to realize that this was the guitar for me. Then, I took a second look at it... where's the pick guard? When I looked closely at the finish, I realized, what's the point? It feels great, it plays great, and that's all that really matters (the finish is pretty cool, too).
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