Larenion 11/13/2011

Blueridge BG140 : Larenion's user review


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• Top: Solid Spruce
• Back & Sides: Solid Mahogany
• Neck: Mahogany
• Fingerboard: Rosewood
• Bone Nut
• Highlights: Diamond
• Tuners: Vintage Style
• Finish Vintage Sunburst


Copy GIBSON J45 -> back of the neck rather round.
We obtain easily a good sound because it has excellent projection.


It's simple: it's the best guitar I played.
I equipped Addario EXP light strings phosphorus bronze.
It's a beautiful, very roots and not at all metal past three weeks of play for the brilliant strings removed.
Its strong points are:
- A huge projection. I got tinnitus in 3 days of play to send the sauce ...
- A serious solid jump ropes that grazes the top.

And I tried many guitars to date. Among others: Martin HD28, Taylor 314ce, Larrivee, Guild D40, Gibson Songwriter, Cole Clark ...


I use it for 8 months. All those who listen or play it are impressed. This is the second purchase that I am fully satisfied with Blueridge.
I also own a Gibson J45 Standard. I'm sorry to say it, the student surpassed the master. The D45 also has a very good sound, similar to that of the Blueridge, but this goes beyond all the areas:
- Finishing,
- The projection,
- And the dynamic side of the sound (more percussive).

Perhaps a Blueridge aged less than GIBSON 2010. But I doubt it ...