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Sustainably sourced woods and a torrefied top
To collect the African mahogany that makes up this guitar, the Breedlove team ventured to the source—the African Congo River Basin, the world's second-largest rainforest. Mahogany has a dry, warm timbre with a midrange presence that recording engineers love, whether miked up or coming through Breedlove's clean, easy-to-use Natural Sound electronics.
Unfettered access to all frets with a soft cutaway design
The Breedlove soft cutaway design gives you smooth and comfortable access to all 20 frets on this Performer Concert model. Why else do we love Breedlove's soft cutaway design? It works to balance the higher energy treble notes with the lower energy bass tones.
Optimized for sound and built for performance
Breedlove Natural Sound electronics will help you sound better and play more by placing controls right where you need them—in the soundhole for quick, on-the-strum access. Easy battery replacement keeps things simple onstage or at home—a winning combination.
The ideal guitar for the eco-friendly player
Breedlove has made a name for itself in developing beautifully crafted instruments with a distinctive, unique sound. With the release of the Breedlove Organic Collection, Breedlove steps up their game by offering sustainably harvested all-solid acoustic-electrics at an affordable price. The Breedlove Performer Concert is a winning combination for the player seeking a unique sound from responsibly harvested woods.
More on the Breedlove Organic Collection
Designed in Bend, Oregon, with no synthetic materials and half the glue, the Breedlove Organic Collection makes four great-sounding lightweight, responsive series of instruments accessible at revolutionary prices. Each wood combination comes in Breedlove's three distinctive, popular shapes—Concerto, Concert and 12-fret Concertina. The Signature Series and Wildwood Series also come in the new travel-size Companion shape. As Breedlove owner Tom Bedell says, "Saving the world's forests never sounded so good."