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Bend, OR (May 14, 2014) -- If you’ve ever tried to write a song in a noisy room or on a rambunctious tour bus, you know how hard it can be to really hear your own guitar. Ideal for singer-songwriters, the Solo Series models have a side sound hole monitor to allow you to hear your music as if you were standing in front of the instrument. It’s a pretty amazing innovation, since the Solo models offer the same volume and distinctively crafted sound you’d expect from a Breedlove – the sound hole doesn’t diminish the power or tone of the instrument, it simply allows you to hear every nuance of your performance as your audience hears it.
With a price point of $1,065 MSRP and $799 MAP, this series is available in a concert, dreadnought, 12-string model, and bass option.
- Top: Solid cedar (Dreadnought is Solid Sitka spruce)
- Back and Sides: East Indian rosewood laminate on concert and 12-string or Sapele laminate on dreadnought and bass
- Neck: Nato
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Binding: Black
- Rosette: Abalone ring with purfling
- Finish: Gloss
- Tuners: Mini 18-1, chrome (bass has Bass, chrome)
- Electronics: LR-TCV
- Strings: D'Addario EXP
- Case: Deluxe foamshell
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