Blueridge Guitars 6 String Acoustic Guitar, Right Handed (BR-341)

  • Clean articulation and a crisp tone are provided by a solid Sitka spruce top with scalloped bracing.
  • The back and sides are made of solid mahogany for a rich, mellow sound.
  • The slim mahogany neck provides quick, effortless action as well as long-term stability.
  • Extra durability and outstanding excellent looks are provided by the premium ebony fingerboard.
  • A sturdy, padded Blueridge Logo ProTour BV-1302 Parlor Guitar Gig Bag is now included with every Historic Series Parlor guitar.
Brand Blueridge Guitars
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Sitka-Spruce; Mahogany
Back Material Type Rosewood
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
String Material Type Phosphor Bronze
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed
Scale Length 24.9″

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$995.00

Description

For many musicians, travel guitars are just a method to keep in shape while traveling and a handy six-string that they can carry on vacation without fear of breaking it or taking up too much space The parlor domain, on the other hand, offers a number of high-quality six-strings that can truly compete with the big guys. The Bluebridge BR-341 model is one of them, and one of our top picks for the flattering title of greatest travel guitar in the world. Let’s find out what this beautiful parlor guitar is all about!

Saga Musical Instruments remembers the past by introducing the New Blueridge BR-341 Historic Earthquake Series Parlor-style guitars, which were developed in the spirit of creativity and prosperity that was felt in America after the turn of the century and in the aftermath of the Great San Francisco Quake of 1906. Developed from great instrument specimens from that historical period, this piece plainly demonstrates that excellence endures. Those early parlor instruments are still the greatest sounding and most valuable collectibles on the market today, more than a century later.

In terms of sound, this is one of the best sonic attacks we’ve ever heard from a little guitar. The resonance, warmth, and punch are comparable to many dreadnought models, and the presence of low-end frequencies astonished us. This guy packs a mean punch, delivering everything a fine full-grown six-string has in a tiny package. Parlor versions normally lack basses and have a banjo-like sound, but this guy actually packs a mean punch, offering everything a solid full-grown six-string has in a compact container.

When all is said and done, this is a top-of-the-line instrument with top-of-the-line features. It provides excellent value for money, although the pricing is still on the high side. So write down your requirements and preferences, and if you’re looking for the greatest travel guitar on the market, put this Blueridge at the top of your list.

4 reviews for Blueridge BR-341 Historic Series

  1. Gary Sanford

    I acquired mine used a few years back, and it had already been drilled for a K&K Mini, but it didn’t come with one, so I went out and bought one. This guitar is my primary acoustic player, and if I let it, it can convince me to abandon all of my other guitars.

  2. Dante Todd

    That’s fantastic. It has a substantial feel about it. The parlor size is more comfortable for me. I used to possess a Gibson J-45, but I was never particularly fond of it. I’ve always admired the body size of an ancient Gibson parlor owned by a family relative. I’m not little, but everybody should start with a parlor size. The sound isn’t significantly altered in my opinion, but it does appear to have more punch. This is the first time I haven’t played the guitar before purchasing one, but I did read a lot of reviews and am really impressed.

  3. Hugh Michael

    For its small, the guitar has an outstanding tone. For such a little guitar, the lows are incredible. The only reason I didn’t give it a 5-star review is that I had to take it in to be configured because the action was far too high when I received it. I had to pay a luthier to tweak the saddle and truss rod (not a big deal) as well as some fret leveling (which wasn’t cheap) in order to get the motion down to conventional acoustic guitar specs.

  4. Jaeden Thomas

    I never imagined I’d buy an instrument online without first trying it out, but this one had excellent ratings, was well-made, and had a 2 inch nut to accommodate my large hands. Not only was it everything I’d hoped for (including the high-quality case), but it arrived in wonderful shape from Amazon in California within a week.

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