The Pursuit Concert CE Mahogany – Mahogany is a versatile play style acoustic-electric guitar in an all mahogany body for warm, rich sound. Conducive to strumming and fingerstyle, it’s the perfect professional grade instrument for players looking for an all-in-one guitar that can stand out and carry the rhythm, or be soft, sweet and nuanced when played fingerstyle. It is easy to play with a 1 11/16-inch radiused neck. It includes the reliable and great sounding LR Baggs EAS electronics. It is comfortable to hold and terrific to play. Plus, many players love the dark, stunning look of the solid mahogany top. You will sound better, play better, and play more on a Breedlove Pursuit Series acoustic-electric guitar.
- Solid Mahogany (Okoume) Top, Okoume Back & Sides, Mahogany (Nato) Neck
- Ovangkol Fretboard, 25.3” Scale Length, 1.69" Nut Width
- Ovangkol Bridge, Centered Dot Inlays, Tortoise Binding
- LR Baggs EAS Electronics, Chrome Closed Gear Tuners
- Natural Gloss Finish, Strung with D'Addario EXP 16
- Includes: ChromaCast Gig Bag, ChromaCast Pick Sampler, & Microfiber Polish Cloth
Breedlove Pursuit Series
Beginner-friendly design makes the Discovery Series a perfect introduction to the world of music. A thinner neck profile with narrow nut width and radiused fretboard makes for ultra easy play.
Concert Body Shape
The Concert, Breedlove’s most popular body shape is favored by discerning players for its versatile, balanced, articulate sound and its easy playing ergonomic comfort. This flagship platform performs equally well strummed or fingerpicked, and perfectly accompanies the human voice.
Tonewood: Mahogany Long treasured by cabinetmakers and shipwrights for its simple, straight-grained beauty, strength and workability, mahogany—used in tops, backs, sides and necks—is also one of the true classic tonewoods, famous for its clear, strong fundamental; even string-to-string balance; and warm midrange emphasis. Mahogany pairs well with spruce tops as well as with itself in single species guitars—and both combinations define much of American roots music.