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SpecificationsTop Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides Wood: Solid Mahogany
Width at Nut: 1-11/16"
Bracing Pattern: Prewar-style Forward-shifted X bracing
Scale Length: 25.6"
Frets to Body: 14
Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Santos Rosewood
Body Binding: Black
Rosette: Black/White Multi-Ring
Headplate Material: Santos Rosewood w MOP inlays
Neck Binding: None
Neck Shape: Low Profile
Fingerboard Side Dots: White
Fingerboard Inlay: MOP Dots
Tuners: Nickel-Plated Open-Gear
Case: ProTour BV-1002 Deluxe Bag
Blueridge Guitars have been gaining popularity over the last five years, and this BR-140 proves exactly why. Built with all solid woods and featuring an excellent set up with a bit of cosmetic flair, the BR-140 is among our favorite guitars under $ 1,500, especially for bluegrass flatpickers. The Sitka spruce top is complimented by solid mahogany on the back and sides, lending the guitar incredibly clear overtones, a great woody tone, and terrific volume perfect for overpowering your banjo player. The leopard-print pickguard has become Blueridge's signature cosmetic appointment, but the beautiful headstock inlay in both mother-of-pearl and abalone is attention-grabbing as well. Included in the price is a Blueridge deluxe NuHyde gig bag, striking a compromise between protection and portability.