Two solidbody beauties from Breedlove: the Mark I and Mark IV

If you haven’t checked out Breedlove’s Mark Series electrics yet, what are you waiting for? The series’ three models, Mark I, Mark II and Mark IV, debuted in Spring ‘07. Inspired by the designs of their hand-made acoustics, the Mark Series chambered electric guitars continue the company’s signature attention to quality and detail. Here we’re featuring two of the three models, both available right now on Gear Search.

Thanks to Dale and J. Lee Rabiner at DHR Music for making these pieces available on Gear Search. If you’re looking for a new look from a familiar company, be sure to check out premierguitar.com/gear. With over 47,000 pieces of gear online now, finding exactly what you’re looking for—or a surprising new object of lust—has never been easier.


Mark I
The Mark I has a strikingly elegant, modern profile based on Breedlove’s award-winning CM design, and is built with highly figured and finely carved tonewoods. An asymmetrically chambered body gives the Mark I a lively resonance and a lightweight feel. The Mark I can be completely customized with a selection of tonewoods, finishes, custom inlays and electronics options such as Lollar Imperial Humbuckers and RMC hexaphonic pickups.



Mark IV
The Mark IV has a classic single-cut silhouette with flame maple top. The signature Breedlove asymmetrical headstock is fitted with Gotoh 381 tuners and an Ebony peghead overlay. The one-piece bolt-on neck has a hand-rubbed finish. The Ebony fingerboard can be customized with the inlay of your choice. Choose from a variety of Seymour Duncan Pickups or upgrade to Jason Lollar Imperial Humbuckers or P-90 pickups, combined with a variety of custom control options.

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