Bedell Guitars 1964 and Coffeehouse Series
Bedell Guitars pays tribute to the '60s era folk/rock movement with the 1964 Series and the Coffeehouse Series.
These guitars are meant to reproduce the organic feel and sound of old guitars, inducing '60s nostalgia with their look and tone.
These two new series from Bedell oozes with the spirit of Peace, Love & Rock n’ Roll - 100% made in the USA and featuring sound and aesthetics that is reminiscent of a very important era in guitar music.
Both the 1964 and the Coffeehouse Series feature a vintage look, feel and sound. They feature all-solid tone woods, Adirondack "X" scalloped tone bars and dovetail neck joints that result in a expressive and playable instrument.
Each of the guitars feature top quality materials starting with the use of a solid one-piece mahogany wood for the neck. The fretboard, bridge and headstock veneer are crafted from solid African ebony. The 1964 Series come with solid Sitka spruce tops matched with solid mahogany back and sides, while the Coffeehouse Series feature solid Engelmann spruce tops, paired with solid Indian rosewood back and sides. Even the binding on each of the guitars are made from solid wood.
Bedell Guitars is also proud of their adherence to environmental regulations that protect our forests. They only utilize certified and renewable woods in the construction of their instruments. This ensures that your hard-earned money is spent on guitars that take the environment into consideration.
The Bedell 1964 Series come with a unique looking sunburst gloss finish, while the Coffeehouse series feature a hand sprayed tobacco sunburst gloss finish. Both series are designed and built in Bedell's USA factory, and they come in three different body options - Parlor, Orchestra and Dreadnought.
The expected street price for the Bedell 1964 Series is around $1,999, while the Coffeehouse Series is set to have an average street price of $2,499. You can head over to Bedell Guitars for more information.
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