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Breedlove Atlas Series AD25/SR Plus Acoustic Electric Guitar

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The Breedlove Atlas Series AD25/SR Plus Acoustic Electric Guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top and solid rosewood back acoustic that boasts a beautifu...Click To Read More About This Product

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Seductive styling and a sensational price.

The Breedlove Atlas Series AD25/SR Plus Acoustic Electric Guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top and solid rosewood back acoustic that boasts a beautiful soft cutaway for extended upper fret access. Ready to plug in, this is the finest in acoustic-electric quality and workmanship, with a reliable, easy-to-use, great-sounding Fishman Classic IV pickup. The AD25/SR Plus features an ivoroid bound body and neck, abalone body accents, abalone Breedlove Diamond fingerboard inlays, glossy finish, hand-rubbed neck, and gold tuners.

Breedlove crafts acoustic instruments that reflect the principles of uncompromising craftsmanship, environmental consciousness, and customer focus. The best aspects of traditional guitar making are fused with new ideas and relevant technology to create instruments with unsurpassed tone, feel, and visual appeal.

Each spectacular guitar in the Atlas Series is designed and engineered to attain these same qualities at an accessible price. They feature scalloped bracing, a pinless bridge, a dual-action truss rod, and the JLD Bridge Truss System. The bridge, fingerboard, and peghead overlay on each model is made from Indian rosewood and tops are crafted from solid wood. They have an ebony end pin, dovetail neck joint, and a slightly narrower nut (1-11/16"). All models have the same low string action for fast, comfortable playing. They're all set up and hand-inspected at Breedlove headquarters and come strung with light-gauge D'Addario EXP strings.

FEATURES
  • Dreadnought body style with soft cutaway
  • Solid Sitka spruce top
  • Solid rosewood back
  • Rosewood fretboard
  • Fishman Classic IV pickup
  • Breedlove bracing system
  • JLD Bridge Truss system
  • Ivoroid bound body and neck
  • Abalone rosette with purfling ring
  • Abalone top purfling with BWBWB border
  • Abalone Breedlove Diamonds fingerboard inlay pattern
  • Glossy finish
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Hand-rubbed neck
  • Dovetail neck joint
  • Dual-action truss rod
  • Gold tuners
  • Ebony end pin
  • D'Addario EXP light-gauge strings
  • Designed by Kim Breedlove, crafted in Korea
  • Quality assured in Bend, Oregon, USA
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Body depth: 4-9/16" at tail block, 3-3/4" at heel
  • Lower bout width: 16"
  • Nut width: 1-11/16"
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The Search is Over..........

I bought an Ovation "Ultra" 100% American made brand new in 1985, and thought it was high time for a new guitar. I wanted an all wood piece that would...Read complete review

I bought an Ovation "Ultra" 100% American made brand new in 1985, and thought it was high time for a new guitar. I wanted an all wood piece that would give me the thunder-like lows that I love. Well, after a full year of searching, the search is over. I returned a Fender to a music store, played all of the Taylors (which I loved) sent back a Martin, and toyed with Gibson, but I couldn't get over the glowing reviews of this Breedlove Atlas AD25/SR PLUS. I didn't realize my local store even carried them until one day I went and there it was, in a featured display in the humidity controled acoustic room. After playing it for a couple minutes I knew the search had ended. I tuned down to "drop D" and play a little "World on a String" by Mr. Neil Young. I almost fell out of my chair, and the salesguy just looked at me with his mouth open. I think the fillings in my teeth loosened a little. Sweet and Low baby. Let me tell you, this sweetheart has the tone, fit, finish, quality of at least a $2500.00 guitar. Simply put, it is flawless. Even now as I sit at home looking at it, I can't believe I own this masterfully built creation by Breedlove, a brand I'd never even heard of. If you want the best, bar none, run don't walk to your store or online and get this bought anyway you can. (Mines on a credit card) Just do it. You'll have a friend for life and you can quit searching and start playing. I'm just a living room player, but after this experience, I'm probably gonna start gigging again. Oh yeah, I played it through the Fender Acoustisonic Jr. at the store and the Fishman does not disappoint. The only set-up required was a slight turn of the truss rod to raise the action a bit.

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A dollor for Dollar Best in Class Buy

This Acoustic/Electric plays like a dream. It has tremendous sound both unplugged and plugged. Cosmetics are beautiful. I have played many guitars over a 40 year span, and this one beats them...Read complete review

This Acoustic/Electric plays like a dream. It has tremendous sound both unplugged and plugged. Cosmetics are beautiful. I have played many guitars over a 40 year span, and this one beats them all for the price. You will not be disappointed in this fine instrument.

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5.0

New Purchase

By VooDoo Cat

from Lake Tahoe

I am a professional guitarist and have played many acoustic guitars in countless sessions. Recently while at a music store on a search for a new guitar I was able to play and listen to a lot of quality instruments over an extended period of time. Price was not an object. Long story short, the Breedlove AD25/SR Plus was what I went home with. I know that this guitar has been discontinued, but if you can find one, buy it.

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5.0

The skinny

By PianoMan08

from Oklahoma

I've noticed a lot of redundancies in the reviews on most guitar sites. Mostly overinflated 5.0's on almost every product made by the name brands such as Taylor, Martin, and Gibson. I'm going to tell you the truth. These products are spectacular, but after buying this breedlove, and having played literally every guitar in my local guitar shop, you won't be able to tell a difference in this sub-$1000 product and a $4000 Martin, Gibson, or Taylor. One of my good friends just bought a $2000 Taylor. He was extremely excited...until he played this breedlove and realized all the money that he had lost. If you have money to burn, by all means, buy an expensive guitar. If you want everything the mainstream brands offer, for a fraction of a price, buy this guitar.

 
5.0

Breedlove Atlas AD25/SR Plus

By Philsf51

from San Francisco

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Excellent even tone, very well balanced. The guitar sounds great, looks great and plays great! It really is a true value for a guitar. You'd be hard pressed to find anything better in this price range. Very easy to play, not stiff like some guitars, stays in tune, fun guitar to play hard to put down. Set up was excellent right out of the box which suprised me. I just tuned it up and played. In fact it hasn't need any adjustments at all. Breedlove really does fine job with its Atlas line.

 
5.0

Best guitar for the BANG !!!

By MuzicMaKen

from Wheelersburg,Ohio

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Let me start off by saying I own a Taylor, (3)Martin's, Alverez, Tacoma, (2)Ovation's, Gibson Chet, (3)Takamine's, Washburn, And the Breedlove AD25/SR Plus, And I must say, This Breedlove is probably the best of them. It has great tone and is great through a PA. The playability is so nice, it maybe closer to a Grand Auditorium. I think it's a tad bigger than a dread. It is probably worth more than what it is listed for. The guitar is absolutely beautiful and will work with whatever style you are playing. I use it in the studio and it records awesome. Don't be afraid to buy this guitar. I would have no problem buying this over a Martin or Taylor.

 
5.0

Great Solid Wood Guitar

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I was in the market for a solid spruce top and solid rosewood back. I also wanted a cutaway and a built in pickup. This was the best in its class and the most affordable. I looked at Martin?s and Taylor?s (714CE abd 814CE), but could not justify the price difference (and I thought breedlove played just as well). The new models have built in tuners which is nice. I also got a hardshell case which is very well made. This guitar is listed as a dreadnought, but I would classify it somewhere between a dreadnought and a grand auditorium. It is very easy to play, sounds great (good volume, balanced and full sound and has great sustain). The appearance is very impressive so are the materials used (ie. Gold grover tuners, Daddario EXP strings, wood quality, etc.) I would highly recommend this guitar.

 
5.0

Get it fast...

By TakbeatsTaylor

from Dallas/Ft.Worth, TX

This guitar is amazing! Do not be fooled by the price. The only reason this guitar does not cost $2,000 is becuase it does not have Bob Taylor's name slapped on it or the big name recognition that Martin or Gibson have gotten over the years. It also is not made in the U.S. but none-the-less if you played this guitar without knowing the price and then picked up a more expensive guitar you'd think they'd be in the same price league. I own a Taylor 414 c.e. and this guitar sounds better than that and all other Taylors except the 900 series and the new GS series. But there is no way anyone could justify paying a $1,000 extra for a sound that is not any better than the Breedlove. I highly, highly reccomend this guitar to anyone.

 
5.0

New Best Friend

By Kimberly

from Tucson, AZ

I played many, many quality guitars before deciding on this one. I just could not find one that sounded richer and fuller yet with those ringing sweet highs. All others sounded limp and muted in comparison - even those in higher price bracket. Awesome Guitar!!

 
5.0

Amazing

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I got mine almost 2 years ago and one of the best investments I have ever made! such an incredible instrument for the price... feels great and sounds just as good. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a great guitar!!

 
5.0

AMAZING.

By Tim--zrlV

from Tulsa, OK

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this guitar is one of the most incredible acoustics I have ever played in my life, especially for the price. This guitar sounds INCREDIBLE plugged in, and the fishman pickup has a built-in tuner which is great for last minute tune-ups. Very strong construction and BEAUTIFUL looks; this guitar displays fabulous workmanship, especially for a foreign-made guitar. I love how it plays and feels, and the overall feel of this guitar is just welcoming and comfortable. As soon as I get the money I am buying one for SURE!

 
5.0

Playin' and a grinnin'

By Cascadian

from Monroe, WA

Last year I ordered an expensive hand-made guitar, but having to wait almost two years for it to be made and delivered was driving me crazy. I really wanted to play something at the local coffee shops that looked and sounded better than my old Washburn dreadnought. Also, I was looking for something with built-in electronics, as I was using a magnetic soundhole pickup on the Washburn, with unsatisfactory results. I didn't want to spend and arm and a leg either. When I walked into my local music store and started playing on this AD25SR Plus, I was stunned. Playing it fingerstyle, I discovered its rich, operatic voice with sonorous bass notes and ringing, singing high notes. In the store, I plugged it in to a Crate Gunnison amp and played a Phil Keaggy piece... I happened to look up and the sales rep was grinning from ear to ear as I played! I looked at the price tag and realized that it was within my budget (it's a steal at this price!). I tried some other guitars that day, but came home with the Breedlove. The guitar has made a hit at the coffee shop where I play on open mic nights. But now I have a problem... If the hand-made guitar I've ordered doesn't sound a lot better than this Breedlove, I'll have to send it back for a refund, ha!

 
5.0

Not just a one trick pony.

By Sid Narged

from Boston, MA

Being one of the newest additions to my collection, I'll give you the rundown. This guitar is versatile, you can get subtle arpeggios, cutting jazz voicings, country leads, and rock ballad attack. It also has alot of features of the more expensive guys. The scalloped bracing gives a very consistant feel with a good amount of low end. The body itself is acually fatter at the bridge and narrows slightly toward the neck, creating a little bass chamber that amplifies the low end.Electronics are great, Fishman classic 4 with built in chromatic tuner, making it easier and quicker to get to the alternate tunings. Turning on tuner disables output, so if you're plugged in, the world doesn't need to hear the "tuning song."Lastly, materials are well chosen and assembled, nut and bridge are not cheap plastic, but a more robust mica almost bone-like material. Tuners are Grover, and the bridge features a pegless design, where you thread the string through the bridge, this design has been a long-time coming and is worth the price in itself. Has some bridge support system internally, which is something I don't even notice, but it doesn't take away from the sound, so I guess it's fine with me. In short, the AD25/SR Plus is big on features and sound, with great materials, craftsmanship and versatility.

 
5.0

I love my Breedlove

By Nismodr

from Wilsonville, Oregon

I haven't been playing too long-less than 2 years, but I couldn't be any happier with it. I know a few people who I consider to be very good guitarists and they agreed that this is a quality piece.

 
5.0

best bang for the buck

By Bluessoul81-MNVNA

from Mechanicsburg, PA

just one great guitar. I've been lusting over an extremely expensive guitar for about 5 years now, but when I picked up this guitar I just fell in love with, great tone, great build quality. plays and sounds better then some music big name american acoustics.

 
5.0

Amazing guitar

By Breedlove Convert

from Overland Park, KS

Having read reviews on this guitar, I went to GC to check it out, but they didn't have any in stock. They pointed me to a Taylor 110E instead, and it sounded great, so I bought it.A few weeks later I went back to buy a Roland AC-60, and there's an AD25SR+ on the wall. I plugged it into the amp, and was just blown away. The tone and sustain are incredible. GC let me return the Taylor and I took this one home, and have not regretted it. Recently went back and played offerings from Gibson, Taylor and Martin, and this guitar projects better and is more playable. Sounds great plugged or unplugged.

 
5.0

Amazing Guitar!

By GuitarMan141

from DC Area

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I had heard some great reports about Breedlove, and a relative purchased a lower end model and loves it. So I sat in the local store and played the AD25/SR (not the Plus model) and felt it blew away the Taylors and Gibsons I compared it to - that cost five times the price. The dreadnought sound was amazing. I saw a few PLUS models with the nice inlays and using Rosewood, and decided that is what I had to have. The sound - right out of the box - is perfect...like chimes...action is low and clean...and plugged in it is amazing! Friends claim it is the best guitar I have - and I have several that cost three times the price...and I agree...I haven't put it down or picked up any others...compare it against anything three times the price...great sound and great look...and the hardshell case is the finest case made!

 
5.0

The Search is Over..........

By Jim the Runner?

from Dakota Territory

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I bought an Ovation "Ultra" 100% American made brand new in 1985, and thought it was high time for a new guitar. I wanted an all wood piece that would give me the thunder-like lows that I love. Well, after a full year of searching, the search is over. I returned a Fender to a music store, played all of the Taylors (which I loved) sent back a Martin, and toyed with Gibson, but I couldn't get over the glowing reviews of this Breedlove Atlas AD25/SR PLUS. I didn't realize my local store even carried them until one day I went and there it was, in a featured display in the humidity controled acoustic room. After playing it for a couple minutes I knew the search had ended. I tuned down to "drop D" and play a little "World on a String" by Mr. Neil Young. I almost fell out of my chair, and the salesguy just looked at me with his mouth open. I think the fillings in my teeth loosened a little. Sweet and Low baby. Let me tell you, this sweetheart has the tone, fit, finish, quality of at least a $2500.00 guitar. Simply put, it is flawless. Even now as I sit at home looking at it, I can't believe I own this masterfully built creation by Breedlove, a brand I'd never even heard of. If you want the best, bar none, run don't walk to your store or online and get this bought anyway you can. (Mines on a credit card) Just do it. You'll have a friend for life and you can quit searching and start playing. I'm just a living room player, but after this experience, I'm probably gonna start gigging again. Oh yeah, I played it through the Fender Acoustisonic Jr. at the store and the Fishman does not disappoint. The only set-up required was a slight turn of the truss rod to raise the action a bit.

 
5.0

Don't Hesitate to Make This Purchase

By The Macdaddy

from Out in the Sticks, KY

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I received this guitar yesterday, so I haven't had a ton of time to play it, but I am already in love. This guitar produces a sound that is only surpassed by a guitar made with Brazilian Rosewood, and unless you have about five grand, you're not gonna get your hands on one of those anytime soon.This guitar sounds great when you hit it hard. "Heart of Gold" sounds absolutely amazing, and Neil was playing a $3000 Martin when he played it.I did have a few minor complaints, but nothing that would make me change my mind about how awesome this guitar is.When I took the battery compartment out of the preamp, I had a heck of a time getting it back in. I probably spent 20 minutes trying to get it back the way it was. I think one of the inlays is a little off balance. At the 12th fret, it looks a little uneven, but I'm seriously OCD so it may just be me. Also, I noticed 3 little red dots on the white binding around the body, but again, I'm the only one who will notice them, and by the time I die, it will probably have a few more marks on it. I've never felt so good about a purchase in my whole life. This guitar isn't made in the USA, but after I played it, I decided that's a good thing, because it allowed me to actually afford it. Don't hesitate to buy this, you won't be disappointed. If you're into Taylor, I'd say this guitar is comparable to a 710. Oh, the action is really nice, and I love the strings that came on it, too!

 
5.0

New to Breedlove

By New to Breedloves

from Greer, SC

This is the most incredible guitar for the money that I have ever purchased, and probably that I have even seen. I was going to buy an Ovation, Martin, or Taylor, so I went to a local store to compare some different models. I wanted to check them in person before ordering one. The salesman was showing a customer one of the Breedlove straight acoustics when I walked in. I absolutely loved the sound of it. I had heard of Breedlove before, but did not know enough about them to consider buying them. The salesman was telling us "I guess I should be trying to sell you one of these more expensive Taylors or Martins, but I own two of these Breedloves, and I am hooked on them". He referred to them as "sick awesome". He played the acoustic, and then brought out this acoustic-electric. These things sounded better than any other guitar in the store, except for possibly a Taylor. The Taylor may have been equal to the Breedlove. The Breedlove looked twice as nice, though. The case looks and feels like it will withstand a nuclear attack. The sound, the looks, the case, the electronics, the playability, and the bracing cannot be touched for the price, or by anything two and a half times the price. The first customer bought the acoustic. I am now the proud owner of an AD25/SR Plus. If you have never considered a Breedlove before, trust me, you have got to at least try one before you buy anything else. I am convinced you will end up wanting one.

 
3.0

A dollor for Dollar Best in Class Buy

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This Acoustic/Electric plays like a dream. It has tremendous sound both unplugged and plugged. Cosmetics are beautiful. I have played many guitars over a 40 year span, and this one beats them all for the price. You will not be disappointed in this fine instrument.

 
5.0

Best acoustic i've ever owned!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this guitar about a year ago and I love it. No wonder James Taylor swears by Breedloves. The fishman preamp(although it was messed up when I bought it)makes for great live sound through even humble PA. It plays a lot like the higher end Taks to me, only a grand cheaper. Great guitar, a must for any collection.

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