Breedlove Announces Hiring for New "American Series" Line

Breedlove is hiring 11 new employees to launch a more-affordable line of American made instruments

One of the new American Series instruments

Bend, OR
(December 9, 2009) -- Breedlove Guitars announced today the launch of a new line of more affordable, US-made instruments: the American Series of guitars and mandolins. The news came with an announcement that the company is hiring 11 new full-time Production Apprentice positions to support the line.

Breedlove’s new American Series will be launched in January at the “NAMM Show” in Anaheim, California. American Series guitars and mandolins will be made entirely in the USA and start at a street price of $999.

“Were meeting the needs of musicians who want a high quality, affordable, American made instrument” states Peter Newport, Breedlove President. He added, “We’re determined to change the landscape of our industry by offering our dealers the finest instruments available today at a price which nicely fits into this new economy.”

Breedlove is known as the quality leader among all acoustic guitar builders in the world. With the introduction of the new American Series they will be one of the top five largest acoustic guitar manufacturers in the USA.

Located in the resort town of Bend, Oregon, USA, Breedlove Guitar Company manufactures extraordinary guitars and mandolins ($999 to $100,000) and offers exotic guitarist vacation packages. Breedlove’s Korean sourced Atlas Series and Passport Series produces high quality guitars and dealer solutions ($399 to $1,499), designed, engineered and quality assured in the USA.

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