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Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar  

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Big bass projection and Breedlove aesthetic.

The Extra Deep Studio BJ350/SMe-4 from the Atlas series is a solid top 4-string bass that takes advantage of Breedlove's bold bass bracing featuring the JLD Bridge Truss system. Voiced for recording, this highly resonant and full sounding Breedlove bass with an extra-deep jumbo body sounds great acoustically and is ready to plug in and play out. The L.R. Baggs LR-T CV Tuner Preamp is designed for serious performers with 3-band EQ, presence, phase and a stealthy chromatic tuner. Includes case.

Features

  • Jumbo, Extra Deep Body, Soft Cutaway
  • Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Mahogany Laminate Back and Sides
  • Extra Deep Body: 5" at heel, 4" at tail block
  • Lower Bout Width 17"
  • Improved Breedlove Bracing with Ultra-light JLD Bridge Truss for stability and sustain
  • Tortoise Binding, top, back, with BWBWB Purfling
  • Abalone Rosette with Black Border
  • STUDIO Inlay Pattern by Kim Breedlove
  • Glossy Finish, Satin Neck
  • Breedlove Atlas Rosewood Bridge
  • Rosewood Fretboard, Scale Length 34"
  • Nut Width 1-5/8", Tuned to E on lowest string
  • Double Action Truss Rod, sound hole adjustable
  • Chrome Grover Bass Tuners
  • L.R. Baggs LR-T CV Tuner Preamp with onboard chromatic tuner with in-line mute, notch, phase, EQ
  • D'Addario EXP bass strings
  • Breedlove Deluxe hardshell case included
  • Designed by Kim Breedlove

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BreedloveAtlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar
 
5.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great acoustic bass.

By Guitardog

from Memphis, TN

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Beautiful Workmanship
  • Excellent build quality

Cons

  • NONE

Best Uses

  • Practicing
  • Recording

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar:

I was looking at this Breedlove acoustic bass for some time, and when it was offered at a discount I went for it. The guitar itself was immaculate, guess the reason for the discount was one scuff on the bottom of the case. This bass has excellent tone and projection unplugged, perhaps because the bridge has been moved down to the sweet spot on the lower bout. This also makes the neck a little more accessible. I'm just learning the bass but have owned a Breedlove guitar before, hope to be able to accompany friends and to use it for recording. Love it!

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Wonderful Instrument!

By Phillychick

from New York City

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Consistent
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Rich Sound
  • Stays In Tune

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar:

    I have tried the Taylor and Martin acoustic basses, as well as a bunch of other brands over the years and was never moved enough to buy one. When I first played the Breedlove, I was immediately impressed with how well it played, how good it sounded and the overall quality of this relatively modestly priced bass. I can get quite a wide range of sounds with it, switching from finger style to a pick style to play everything from Bach and Scarlatti to bluegrass and jazz (and funk, if need be). The pickup system sounds especially good with a Phil Jones bass amp. A great value and a great instrument!

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    (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Fantastic Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar

    By Jack Miller

    from Avondale, La

    Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar:

    I would highly recommend this bass. The quality of workmanship is outstanding, the bass sounds great and it stays in tune.
    This bass is built solid. The case is well made. The electronics sound great.
    I was initially considering the Takamine TB250SC Acoustic-Electric guitar, which I'm sure must be a great bass. But the cost of the Takamine is a good deal more than the Breedlove, and after playing the Breedlove, I'm well satisfied with the playability and sound. I got the Breedlove used from Musician's Friend, however the bass itself was in new condition, with the case having only a light scuff and a small nick with is bareley noticeble.

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    (6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Bang for your Buck

    Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar:

    A solid buy in my opinion.
    The electronics are free of noise, with a built in tuner and sound solid.
    I compared to a similar priced Martin and Taylor and liked this guitar better. Seem to get more bang for the buck.
    An awesome value, tone and playabilty inline with similar priced Martins and Taylors.

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    (18 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very nice acoustic bass

    By Scott-mQwjU

    from Washington State

    Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio BJ350/SMe-4 Acoustic-Electric Bass Guitar:

    I took delivery of this acoustic bass about 2 weeks ago, and haven't been playing my other guitars much since then. This bass is very well made. Nice, close grained spruce top with just a hint of bearclaw, and beautiful laminated mahogany sides and back. Top finish is light, with the wood grain already beginning to show through on what is a very new instrument. The bass came in a very nice Breedlove hardshell case - a pleasant surprise. The only slight criticism is the rather noticable smell of glue or solvent? Not sure what it is, but its not wood. I'm confident this smell will disapate shortly.Fit and finish is very nice, and I like the understated look of the tortise body binding and small and tasteful fingerboard dots and inlay.How does it play and sound? Well, first thing I noticed is that this is a big instrument. But I think you need the larger body to get a good bass sound, and this bass certainly has that. The neck is straight, frets are nicely finished, and the satin finish is fast and comfortable. After a couple of days, I realized just how easily this instrument plays. Love it! The sound is very good for an acoustic. Decent deep lows, and the higher notes have a good singing quality to them. Very good sustain, and there is a very dynamic quality to the sound.Plugged in, the bass sounds great. The new model that I received has the newer version of the L.R. Baggs Stage Pro tuner/preamp with the Element undersaddle pickup. The new LED tuner works perfectly and is quite convenient. The pickup sounds full and natural (for a piezo), and after I put some TI Acousticore strings on it, it pumps out a nice acoustic bass tone. Not quite a double bass, but pretty darn close. Volume wise, the D'Addario EXPs that came on the bass are louder, but the TIs allow a whole new level of nuance in the notes, and are very finger friendly.Overall, I am extremely happy with this purchase. As a side note, I've called Breedlove directly with a couple of questions, and they are friendly, knowledgable and responsive. Great acoustic bass Breedlove!

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