Blueridge Acoustic Guitars user reviews

  • Blueridge BR60

    Blueridge BR60 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BR60 is a dreadnought style, steel string acoustic guitar. I don't own this guitar and haven't used it in the studio - I've only used it to try it out and to practice a bit with it. I believe that all of the Blueridge guitars are made…

  • Blueridge BR73

    Blueridge BR73 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BR73 is a dreadnought style acoustic guitar, boasting a slightly slimmer than average body. It isn't an acoustic/electric, so it doesn't have any pick ups or setting controls, but this isn't a bother to me as I used it just for practic…

  • Blueridge BG40

    Blueridge BG40 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BG40 is an acoustic guitar made in China. Until recently I was not familiar with Blueridge, but after playing a number of their models, I'm glad that I now know about them. Don't let the fact that this guitar was made in China fool yo…

  • Blueridge BR60

    Blueridge BR60 - "Blueridge BR-60"


    I received this guitar as a gift from my parents. They got this guitar at Valley Music in Maumee, Ohio. They paid around $450 The action is perfect, making this guitar easy to play. The guitar has an extremely fast fret-board for an acoustic guit…

  • Blueridge BR-180

    Blueridge BR-180 - "Blueridge BR180"

    04/01/04 second guitar $849 with case, free shipping Gorgeous looks, nice details like Abalone position markers, Mother-of-pearl and abalone design on peghead. Great feel and sound. Not much, this guitar is becoming …

  • Blueridge BR160

    Blueridge BR160 - "Blueridge BR160"

    02/20/04 $499 with case The craftsmanship, choice of materials, and setup. Price Sound neck a bit too shallow Solid spruce top, solid Indian rosewood back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, scalloped braces, dovetail…

  • Blueridge BR160

    Blueridge BR160 - "Blueridge BR-160"


    Purchased on Ebay for $464.00 US Solid Cedar top, solid rosewood sides and back. It has gorgeous tone and lots of volume. MOP inlays on neck and headstock. The saddle was a touch too high for my tastes and I don't like the 'aged' yellow coloured to…

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  • Blueridge br361

    Blueridge br361 - " a very expressive guitar!!"


    the handle looks like a classical guitar neck assé wide but very comfortable fit to play in picking boxes .12 non-cash UTILIZATION ergonomics very good top comfort. very clear sound at the high end martin! accurate and equilibrate. perfect for ma…

  • Blueridge BR 341

    Blueridge BR 341 - " A great little 10/10"


    Guitar Parlor type or size 0, a remake of the years 1910 to 1920 Martin Parlor, has run off 12 boxes non-cash Strings steels Produced by SAGA music in China but by Chinese luthier, not a subcontractor of a great brand and it changes everything. …

  • Blueridge BR-183

    Blueridge BR-183 - " convaiquante"


    easy handle, rather cramped without it being embarrassing, it can make the bass with the thumb, it is cut from the block like the heats Martin reported without parts, perfect hooping it was well settled, I had to reduce the 0.5mm nut easel is perfect…