Blueridge 6 String Acoustic Guitar, Right Handed, Solid Sitka, 000-size (BR-43)

  • Clean articulation and a clear tone are provided by a solid Sitka spruce top with scalloped bracing.
  • The back and sides are made of mahogany for a rich tone and resonance.
  • The slim mahogany neck provides quick, simple action as well as long-term stability.
  • The fingerboard is made of premium Santos rosewood for silky smooth playing.
  • Every Blueridge now comes with an original Blueridge trademark bag that is both durable and cushioned.
Brand Blueridge Guitars
Color Solid Sitka
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Wood
Back Material Type Mahogany
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Rosewood
String Material Type Phosphor Bronze
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fixed

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$645.00

Description

This fantastic addition to Blueridge’s Contemporary series is perfect for both seasoned maestros on a budget and beginners just getting their feet wet in the music world.

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Traditional Sound, Modern Look, Old-Timey Price!

With a contemporary appearance and affordable price, the BR-43 provides a super-traditional sound and feel. These guitars are built with solid spruce tops, hand-carved bracing, mahogany backs and sides, and a classic dovetail neck joint found on more costly instruments, even at this price point. It includes lovely pearl inlay work on the headstock, as well as a 000-sized body and a slender mahogany neck that makes it comfortable to play.

Blueridge BR-43

Blueridge BR-43

Blueridge BR-43

Clean articulation and a clear tone are provided by a solid Sitka spruce top with scalloped bracing.

For a rich tone and resonance, use mahogany back and sides.

Gotoh vintage-style open-back butterbean buttons and a slim mahogany neck provide rapid, simple action and intrinsically long-lasting stability, while Gotoh vintage-style open-back butterbean buttons keep you in tune at all times.

The Blueridge Contemporary Series provides guitarists with instruments that are both inexpensive and have all of the features that a professional performer demands. For such a cheap price, a solid top of close-grained spruce reinforced with the time-honored forward-X bracing design offers tone and volume you won’t find anywhere else!

2 reviews for Blueridge BR-43 | Pro Budget Acoustic Guitar

  1. Jeffrey Castillo

    For the money, this is a fantastic little guitar. Despite the fact that it is produced in China, its craftsmanship is outstanding. The sturdy woods and superb fretwork make this a great working instrument. I saw that some of the reviews said that the sound was a little weak… That’s to be expected from a guitar with a triple 000 Size! It’s important to note that this guitar was meant to be played in a small space, such as a living room or a tiny studio. It is not intended for use in large performance venues or large areas. I can sing properly over it, but singing over my Martin HD 28 is tough. If you’re a singer-songwriter, musician seeking a parlor guitar, or simply a guitar enthusiast, this is a fantastic instrument to have in your collection. I have a lot of guitars, but I keep going back to this tiny guy on the sofa to jam and sing.

  2. Paisley Pratt

    This guitar is fantastic! I had a Martin DCPA-4 that I liked, but it was a dreadnaught with a broad neck that made it difficult for me to play. Even though I like the Martin sound, I had to sell it and purchase this from Amazon, unsure of how I would enjoy it. However, all of the reviews were positive, so I figured it was worth a go. Being a 000 size and having a lower neck width makes it much simpler for me to grasp and play. It sounds fantastic. It has an uncanny resemblance to Martin’s voice and appearance. Even though it’s a tiny size, it sounds fantastic. Last night, I played with a friend who owned a Blueridge BR-160, which was significantly more expensive. However, I did not believe it sounded any better than this one. This guitar comes highly recommended by me.

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