Nashville, TN (June 25, 2008) -- True to the company''s characteristic aesthetic, Breedlove''s electric guitars incorporate asymmetrical body shapes while emphasizing quality tone. We take a look at some sleek, chambered models in

Nashville, TN (June 25, 2008) -- True to the company''s characteristic aesthetic, Breedlove''s electric guitars incorporate asymmetrical body shapes while emphasizing quality tone. We take a look at some sleek, chambered models in this video, as well as a more traditional offering.



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