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Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar  
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Balanced tone and commanding stage presence.

The Breedlove Studio D25/SMe from the Atlas series is a state-of-the-art acoustic-electric guitar that's ready to record with its powerful, thick woody-textured tones. The amazing L.R. Baggs LR-T CV Tuner Preamp is designed for serious performers with 3-band EQ, presence, phase, and a stealthy chromatic tuner. The Studio D25/SMe combines award winning Breedlove design elements, balanced tonal signature, and high-quality manufacturing practices to bring you a highly affordable acoustic masterpiece for the studio with acoustic-electric command on stage.

Features
  • Dreadnought with Soft Cutaway
  • Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Solid Mahogany Back & Laminate Sides
  • Depth 4-9/16" at Tail Block, 3-3/4" at Heel
  • Lower Bout Width 16"
  • Breedlove Bracing System with JLD Bridge Truss System with Ultra-light Bridge Truss
  • Tortoise Bound Body with BWBWB Purfling
  • Abalone Rosette with Black Border
  • Breedlove Studio Inlay at 12th fret
  • Glossy Finish with Satin neck
  • Breedlove Atlas Rosewood Bridge, Fretboard, and Headstock overlay
  • Nut width 1-11/16" 43mm
  • Dovetail Neck Joint
  • Double Acting Truss Rod, adjust at sound hole
  • Chrome Grover Tuners and hardware
  • L.R. Baggs LR-T CV Tuner Preamp, multi-function EQ & Volume controls complete with stealthy chromatic tuner and phase
  • D'Addario EXP 16 Strings
  • Breedlove deluxe gigbag

PIck up the Atlas D25/SM today and give your performances the punch they deserve!

 
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BreedloveAtlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 10 reviews)

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A beautiful Guitar

I have been playing my D25/SM for about a month now and I could not be happier. The guitar plays like a dream and sounds amazing for a sub-$1000 instrument. The LR...Read complete review

I have been playing my D25/SM for about a month now and I could not be happier. The guitar plays like a dream and sounds amazing for a sub-$1000 instrument. The LR Baggs pickup is fantastic and the notch filter will virtually eliminate feedback on stage. The phase button reverses the phase of your signal by 180 degrees should be checked each time you position (relative to the speaker/monitor) to insure that the amplified signal is not canceling (phasing) your source. The guitar is built like a brick *#$-house and stays in tune very well. It's 100% wood as well. More and more acoustics are being built with the pressure laminate which is good for what it is but has no place on a high-end guitar. The negative: It is not American made. The quality does not suffer since each guitar is inspected at the Oregon factory before shipped out to the retailer. It's a fine-crafted ax either way. The intonation could be better but I have never played an acoustic with what I would consider to be "good" intonation. I'll bet my luthier can get it close. Overall: Before you go spending upwards of $1500 for a Taylor or Martin, please check this guitar out. It really does sound and play as well as some guitars twice the price.

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Way overpriced for what it is.

This is a good guitar, but for what it is it should only cost about $600 or so.
This guitar is a decent guitar, but is way overpriced for what it...Read complete review

This is a good guitar, but for what it is it should only cost about $600 or so.
This guitar is a decent guitar, but is way overpriced for what it is. It has a thick, polyeurethane finish and laminate sides, same quality there that you would find in a $300 Ibanez. The best thing this guitar has going for it is the solid top and the LR Baggs electronics.
This guitar is decent, my friend owns it that I play in an acoustic act with. It gets the job done with no problems, but I think that $1000 for a guitar made in Korea is too much
Almost $1000 for a Korean made guitar?! You can buy Takamine or Ephiphones with a solid top made in Korea for 500-700. Or better yet, the Seagull Entourage or Coastline for 500-700 that is hand-made in North America. (canada).

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(1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Way overpriced for what it is.

By TS-m2UJJ

from Indiana

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

This is a good guitar, but for what it is it should only cost about $600 or so.
This guitar is a decent guitar, but is way overpriced for what it is. It has a thick, polyeurethane finish and laminate sides, same quality there that you would find in a $300 Ibanez. The best thing this guitar has going for it is the solid top and the LR Baggs electronics.
This guitar is decent, my friend owns it that I play in an acoustic act with. It gets the job done with no problems, but I think that $1000 for a guitar made in Korea is too much
Almost $1000 for a Korean made guitar?! You can buy Takamine or Ephiphones with a solid top made in Korea for 500-700. Or better yet, the Seagull Entourage or Coastline for 500-700 that is hand-made in North America. (canada).

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Greta Guitar

By Duston Moore

from Kentuckiana

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Overall, I love this guitar. I find myself spending all of my practice time on it. I am sure my others are getting lonely. I would recommend this guitar to anyone.
So I went out to buy a guitar on Black Friday and I played a Breedlove Passport Plus C250/SM. I took it back the next Tusday. I have mixed and heard many great sounding Breelove's in the past and I decided that I went the cheap route. I order this Atlas D25/SM and from the first strum I realized that it was leaps and bounds above the Passport Series. This guitar is easy to play and easy on the ears. The L.R. Baggs Element is awesome. It does not replace their DI but it does a great job none the less. The notch control is really helpful in tight rooms
It's a Breedlove, so it's well built. Not much more to say on that.
I believe you get what you pay for, but I think this guitar is priced much lower than other guitars that get the same quality sound. And so you know, I don't mean the same sound but the same in quality. A Taylor is not going to sound like a Breedlove but it might sound as good. In this case it would if you par $500 more

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5.0

What a GREAT instrument

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Plays like a dream. Sounds like a dream. I play mine through an SWR California Blonde and get the sweetest acoustic tones I've ever heard. The laminate sides would seem to be the only negative...but I honestly can't tell the difference between this one and the full wood models I've played. The LR Baggs onboard electronics are unbelievable. If you want a great quality acoustic at a somewhat lower price than Taylors, Martins, etc...do yourself a favor and buy this axe.

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5.0

D25/SM

By D25/Jack

from Absecon, N.J.

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

For the money, you just can't beat this guitar. String action is low all over the fretboard with no fuzzing.The tone is a bit "deeper" but will give you a great sound when amplified. Just a tad weak when unplugged. Quality is superb. The satin finish on the neck is smooth as silk, with no sticky feeling to it. The neck, for an acoustic. is fast. My all time favorite and is my Keeper. A very underated guitar. Try one, you'll see.

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5.0

Superb

By Aaron-C2bg9

from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Picked this guy up just recently. Associate at the store recommended this one over the Taylor. I had expected to leave with a Taylor, but after playing the Breedlove, found the action to be softer, tone to be warmer and overall construction and features to be a cut above. Great purchase. Highly recommend this guitar.

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5.0

Solid Guitar

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I bought this guitar on sale about a year ago and it's absolutely awesome. I've played a few gigs with it and it sounds great plugged in. It's kind of quiet, but very dynamic in terms of volume. The Grover Tuners are really sweet, this baby never goes out of tune. I live in MI, where the weather can be harsh, i bought a 7 dollar humidifier and its lasted without any warping even though i forget to refill the water once in a while, but maybe thats because the sides are not solid wood. for the money, it's a really good guitar. I think Breedlove is really underrated and anyone who wants to buy a fine quality instrument for the first time should definitely check it out.

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5.0

Oustanding Guitar

By thapadai

from Nepal

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I had never heard of this guitar company before I came to the US. I was looking for a acoustic guitar when my eyes fell on this guitar. I got this Guitar about 4 months back, I just fell in love with it. Sound while plugged in or out sounds wonderful.

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5.0

Phenomenal

By RueRue

from VA

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I recently picked up this beautiful acoustic at a local guitar store. What drew me to this guitar was the simple look, but what made me fall in love with it was the playability and sound it gave. I honestly could not put it down. The craftsmanship was just wonderful. This is honestly worth the money.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A beautiful Guitar

By Bill M-R4v2f

from Long Island, NY

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I have been playing my D25/SM for about a month now and I could not be happier. The guitar plays like a dream and sounds amazing for a sub-$1000 instrument. The LR Baggs pickup is fantastic and the notch filter will virtually eliminate feedback on stage. The phase button reverses the phase of your signal by 180 degrees should be checked each time you position (relative to the speaker/monitor) to insure that the amplified signal is not canceling (phasing) your source. The guitar is built like a brick *#$-house and stays in tune very well. It's 100% wood as well. More and more acoustics are being built with the pressure laminate which is good for what it is but has no place on a high-end guitar. The negative: It is not American made. The quality does not suffer since each guitar is inspected at the Oregon factory before shipped out to the retailer. It's a fine-crafted ax either way. The intonation could be better but I have never played an acoustic with what I would consider to be "good" intonation. I'll bet my luthier can get it close. Overall: Before you go spending upwards of $1500 for a Taylor or Martin, please check this guitar out. It really does sound and play as well as some guitars twice the price.

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5.0

Awesome sound!

By Nate-_KVHJ

from Flint, MI

Comments about Breedlove Atlas Series Studio D25/SMe Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

The sound quality is amazing while recording in the studio. I was completely blown away by the clarity and the tone. The live sound is pretty sweet as well. I am more than satisfied with this purchase.

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