What started out as a dream for Larry Breedlove and Steve Henderson quickly became a successful reality when they founded Breedlove Guitars in 1992. While their company has grown to be a large-scale worldwide instrument manufacturer, they've kept their goals simple: to make Breedlove guitars the best they can be with a focus on environmental consciousness and sustainability. With industry greats like Lisa Loeb and Jeff Pilson of Foreigner backing the brand, it's easy to see why a Breedlove acoustic guitar is a perfect fit in your collection.
One of Breedlove's most popular guitar models is the Passport Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar. As Breedlove's most affordable option, this guitar is perfect for musicians on a budget. Its lightweight Sitka Spruce top and maple back and sides give the Passport a bright, punchy sound, while its satin-finished nato mahogany neck makes it comfortable and easy to play. Whether you're just starting out or are looking to rekindle your passion for music, this guitar is a great choice.
New for 2015 is the upgraded Studio Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar. This six-string was designed to shine in the studio and sounds amazing when mic'd with an external condenser microphone or when plugged in using its internal Fishman INK3 USB. Its maple body and sides project your signature sound while its pinless bridge truss produces remarkable sustain, balance and clarity. Perfect for those marathon recording sessions, the Studio Dreadnought is a welcome addition to every studio guitarist's lineup.
Just as their name suggests, Breedlove is a company that loves what they do - from the design process to production and at each step in between, every Breedlove guitar is a work of art. With innovative concepts brought to life by master luthiers, Breedlove guitars can harness your musical talents in ways you never thought possible.