Blueridge Guitars: BR140A
by Guitar Guru
”Prewar Classic with Awesome Volume”
The Blueridge BR140A Craftsman Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is truly a piece of playable art. Not only will its unique appearance intrigue your aesthetic appreciation, its sound will intrigue your musical appreciation. And that is a combination hard to beat.
If you like a vintage style guitar, especially vintage style dreadnought guitars, then this is the piece for you. Built to prewar specifications the BR140A combines a solid Adirondack spruce top
with choice solid mahogany sides and back
and shapes them into a dreadnought that will steal your heart.
Smoothly rich, the tone of the BR140A has woody overtones that blend well with its vintage look and combines to create a guitar that not only looks like it could have walked around decades ago, but sounds like it too.
Built on a dreadnought body, this guitar made in China produces that deep broad sound that everyone has come to associate with dreadnoughts and that has made dreadnoughts the most popular model of acoustic guitar. And its awesome projection and volume can only be matched if you opt to trade up for the
Martin MMV Solid Top Dreadnought
(~$1,399). Having to only pay ~$779 for the Blueridge will have you grinning every time someone compliments you on your instrument.
And since you’re investing in quality, why not protect your investment with a
Martin 345 Dreadnought Hardshell Case
that will fit your Blueridge dreadnought like a glove.
Keep in mind, however, that this is not a small guitar. Its size alone makes it difficult to play, especially for younger or smaller players. And it is not just its body that’s big. The Blueridge BR140A also has a big sound; one that can overpower smaller instruments or even vocals if you’re not careful and keep your volume in check when playing in a group. But overall, there is very little that you won’t like about this vintage style dreadnought.Shop safe at Musician's Friend
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