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Solid Indian rosewood back and sides with an African ebony fingerboard.
Beautifully executed, the Bedell Performance TB-28-G Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is a classic Dreadnought. The Solid Indian rosewood back and sides accentuate the warm bass tones, while the Solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top adds clarity and balance. The African ebony fingerboard and bridge enhance the definition of notes and ease of playing.
With Bedell guitars each section of wood is individually selected and matched. There are no laminates, just solid wood in stunning combinations. Ebony fingerboards and one-piece mahogany necks are carefully shaped and sanded by hand. Meticulously crafted maple bindings hug every curve with perfection and strength. Each Bedell Guitar is an incredible creation, which is why it delivers such incredible sound.
Enjoy this handcrafted, all solid wood guitar. Order today.
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Comments about Bedell Performance TB-28-G Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
First off, I was given this guitar as a congratulatory present from my wife for completion of my master's degree. I didn't know what was in that long rectangular box, but what I found was a treasure. After opening the very sweet deluxe gig bag, I could instantly smell a very fresh wood smell. It was magical. As I picked up the guitar I looked at all the features such as the gold tuners, beautiful craftsmanship, amazing grains of the woods, beautiful maple binding, and the really great bedell symbol at the top. I had researched Bedell, and had found them to be a very high end company because of their quality. After I tuned it, I began playing, what I think is the most beautiful guitar I've laid my paws on ever. I have played Taylors, Martins, Breedloves, Blueridges, and Epiphones/Gibsons, but compared to this guitar, they are all shadowed. I know that I'm still in the honeymoon stage of owning this guitar, but isn't that the way a guitar is supposed to make you feel? After playing it for hours now, I have discovered a very balanced sound that allows a finger picker to experience amazing bass response, as well as wonderful highs. However for flatpicking, it is the loudest guitar you will ever need. It has great volume, and response that would make you think it was worth more than the price. This guitar is a dream, and I recommend it to all players alike, you can't go wrong with a bedell!