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The classic jumbo of cowboys and country western with astonishing refinements.
The Blueridge BG-2500 is the first in the Classic ‘30’s Super-Jumbo pattern. It’s easy to see why this body is such a popular choice for cowboys throughout film and country western stars since the late 1930s. At 17" in the lower bout and a 21" body length, you’re sure to get big, booming tones. The BG-2500 is the flagship of Bluridge’s BG Series and features choice flamed solid maple and narrow-grained solid spruce for superior looks and tone. The beautiful tortoise-style pickguard is eye catching, the pearl inlays in the fingerboard, bridge and peghead offer rich detail, and the natural finish gives a subtle flair.
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Comments about Blueridge BG-2500 Super Jumbo Acoustic Guitar:
I love flamed maple guitars. Not just the absolute beauty of the wood, but the bright warm tone. I sold my Martin HD-28V to search for a more playable and brighter sounding guitar; this is it. I like the fact that this guitar is ten times more beautiful to look at, what with all the inlays and gorgeous high quality solid woods (mine lived up to the description completely) and the construction was flawless, but they made it to play. When you thump the bass strings it responds with authority, but the overall tone is just bright and warm like sittin in front of the fireplace. I guess Saga and Blueridge are trying to win market share by giving bang for the buck and they have my interest. Even though I had to buy a Gator Jumbo case from MF too, this guitar is more eye-pleasing and touch friendly at about half the price of the Martin that I sold to get it. I was afraid to plop down the money for this one thinking it might be over-hyped, but I did good and it was just what I hoped it would be. The only thing that surprised me was the neck. It is great flamed maple and plays just fine, but it is a handful. I play a lot of V necks for the "chunky" feel and this one is man-sized. I like this guitar!