Brunswick BF200 TB Acoustic guitar tobacco burst

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Grand Auditorium guitars are a nice hybrid between the well known Dreadnought shape and the more compact Auditorium/Orchestra Model guitars. With a traditional shape that has a pinched waist these guitars sit very comfortably on your knee making them very nice to play. This makes the Grand Auditorium suited for just about anything, with the fullness and projection close to that of a Dreadnought shape guitar thanks to the wider lower bout and articulation closer to that of an Auditorium/Orchestra Model guitar, this guitar shape has it all. This series is wel suited for beginner guitar players, the wood and build quality are decent which lets us set these guitars up right. This makes the guitars easy to play with a more then respectable tone.


Spruce provides an ideal balance between strength and flexibility, hence its overwhelming popularity as the wood of choice for tops of acoustic guitars. Spruce’s versatile sonic character makes it ideal for a variety of musical genres and playing styles.


The beloved mahogany wood has been a standard for back and sides on premium acoustics for many decades. The warm and well rounded low-end creates a basis for all music to reach it's audience. The mid-range is very strong and fullbodied, while the high-end is delicate and very pleasant.


Not only does the open pore finish enhance the resonance of the woods but it also reduces the weight of the guitar for improved playability. This model’s natural and brown finishes feature gloss top for high-end vintage look and feel.

Body type: Grand-Auditorium
Lefthanded/Righthanded: Righthanded
Top: Spruce
Back: Sapele
Sides: Sapele
Neck: Mahogany
Neck Profile: C
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard radius: 14"
Width at nut: 43 mm
Frets: 20
Bridge: Rosewood
Build-in electronics: No
Machineheads: Die cast, Chrome
Scale: 650 mm
Color: Tobacco burst
Finish: Open pore satin
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