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Blueridge BR-2060 Lonesome Pine Fiddlers Dreadnought

Brutto-Verkaufspreis: 1790,00 €
MwSt.-Betrag: 285,80 €
Hersteller: Blueridge

A true pioneering force of early Bluegrass music, the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers were responsible for shaping the early sounds of old-time string, bluegrass, and country music as well as inspired the legendary careers of other great players by the likes of Bobby Osborne, Jimmy and Paul Williams, and current Blueridge guitar endorser, Melvin Goins. To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of this legendary band, one of the earliest and longest running bands from the golden age of traditional American music, Saga Musical Instruments and the Cline Family have commissioned the newest member of the Blueridge line of guitars and first commemorative instrument ever produced — the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers 70th Anniversary Acoustic Guitar. Like the band, the BR-2060 guitar also represents a 70 year history by being designed after instruments that would have been produced in the same year the band began its musical journey. Start your own musical journey by adding this fine new guitar to your collection.


Blueridge BR-2060 Acoustic Guitar Features:

Limited Edition, hand-numbered and signed
Select solid Sitka spruce top with hand-carved, forward shifted, parabolic X-bracing in authentic Prewar style
Solid, select Tonewood back and sides with "zig-zag" center stripe
Natural high-gloss finish
with aging toner for that
perfect vintage look
One piece mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod and dovetail neck/body joint
Bound ebony fingerboard
White bound body in the 1950's D-28-style
Ebony Bridge with vintage-style long saddle
Bound peghead features Premium Tonewood overlay adorned with the unique and original "Lonesome Pine Fiddlers 70th
Anniversary" inlay design of
white, yellow pearl and abalone
Exclusive 1950's shape Dalmatian-tortoise pickguard
Nickel-plated Grover "Rotomatic" tuners
Nut width: 1 11/16"
Scale length: 25.5"
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One look at any Blueridge guitar will tell you that the craftsmandship, style and quality of the Golden Era are still alive and plainly evident in every guitar with the Blueridge name. The intricate MOP inlays, the careful workmanship and tremendous tonal quality of each Blueridge ensure that these fine guitars will be highly collectible. They're most definitely the benchmark of value and affordability today. Like the finest guitars of the Golden Era, each Blueridge has the traditional dovetail neck/body joint and each model's neck features an adjustable truss rod. The Kluson-style enclosed tuning machines with "butterbean" buttons, in either gold or nickel, have the perfect vintage look yet offer modern precision and feel.

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