Why do Breedlove guitars sound so good? It’s simple, Breedlove guitars—from Legacy to Discovery—are made with care, with the goal of allowing you to play better, sound better and play more. But it’s also complex, with art, inspiration, craft and science merging together in service of tone. Made in Bend models feature Sound Optimization® and are hand voiced, with experienced luthiers meticulously tapping, listening and shaving away tiny curls of exquisite tonewood as they target specific, measurable frequencies that will make each unique, individual instrument sound its very best. Various wood species are carefully milled, weighed and considered, with backs and tops tuned to each other to create light, responsive guitars with superior tone and sustain. When you play a Breedlove Premier, or sit down with an Oregon, it answers your lightest touch and its notes sing for an eternity, because a Breedlove builder has made sure it will inspire you every time you open the case.
Newly available in the Bourbon burst, the Oregon Concert CE Myrtlewood – Myrtlewood is a versatile play style acoustic-electric guitar that has become an instant favorite with players around the world. The Breedlove sound comes through bold and clean with balanced bass, mids, and highs reminiscent of rosewood.
Body Type- size - Concert. Breedlove's most popular size since day 1.
Neck Wood - Eastern hard rock Maple
Solid Wood Top - Myrtlewood
Solid Wood Back & Sides - Myrtlewood
Top Finish - Bourbon burst gloss
Back & Side Finish - Bourbon burst gloss
Fretboard - African ebony
Number of Frets - 20
Nut Width 1.75"
Tuners Hardware - Breedlove, satin gold
Lower Bout Width - 15.37"
Waist Width 9"
Upper Bout Width 11.28"
Body Length 19.875"
Body Depth - 3.75" (neck), 4.5" (tail)
String Gauge - D'Addario XT PB Light
Pickup - LR Baggs EAS VTC
Bridge - Delta bridge, African ebony
Binding - Black
Inlay - Offset dots
Case - Deluxe hardshell
Scale Length - 25.5"
Sound Hole - 4"
Beautifully and skillfully Crafted InBend, OR USA
THE BREEDLOVE NECK
“Breedlove craftsmen often say, “”No neck feels better than a Breedlove neck.” They may be a
bit biased, but industry insiders agree. Here’s our big secret: hands-on sculpting. After basic machining, each Breedlove neck goes through a comprehensive, build and finish process, starting with the hand shaping of each and every neck. Next, the perfectly sculpted neck heads into the finish process where it receives a wash coat and sealer. Then, over a three-day period, multiple finish coats are applied, and the neck is level sanded. In the final stage, we perfect the finish by hand-buffing it and rubbing it down to achieve exactly the right thickness for
perfect action and playability.”
MYRTLEWOOD TOP, BACK & SIDES
Popularized by Breedlove, myrtlewood, from the windblown Oregon coast, combines the best elements of rosewood, mahogany and maple—rich bass, warm midrange and clear, bright trebles—for truly versatile guitars. Each sonically distinct instrument is individualized by the gnarled, wildly varied, but always arresting grain patterns.
THE CONCERT BODY SHAPE
The Concert, Breedlove’s most popular body shape—designed 30 years ago and still going strong—is favored by discerning players for its versatile, balanced, articulate sound and its easy playing ergonomic comfort. This flagship platform performs equally well strummed or fingerpicked, and is perfectly poised for accompanying the human voice.
SOUND OPTIMIZATION® & HAND VOICING
Why do Breedlove guitars sound so good? It’s simple, Breedlove guitars are made with care, with the goal of allowing you to play better, sound better and play more. But it’s also complex, with art, inspiration, craft and science merging together in a process we call Sound Optimization®. These models are hand voiced, with experienced luthiers meticulously tapping, listening and shaving away tiny curls of exquisite tonewood as they target specific, measurable frequencies that will make each unique, individual instrument sound its very best. The tone wood species are carefully milled, weighed and considered, with backs and tops specifically tuned to each other to create light, responsive guitars with superior tone and sustain.