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Breedlove Pursuit Companion CE Red Cedar/Mahogany Travel Acoustic Guitar

Code: 876066
  • £399.00
  • (FREE UK Delivery)
  • RRP £669.00

The Breedlove Pursuit Companion CE Red Cedar/Mahogany Travel Acoustic Guitar is a small travel-ready acoustic-electric guitar with a warm and rich sound that emanates from the solid red cedar top and mahogany back and sides.

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The Pursuit Companion CE Red Cedar – Mahogany is Breedlove’s small travel-ready acoustic-electric guitar with a warm and rich sound that emanates from the solid red cedar top and mahogany back and sides. The smaller Companion body shape was engineered for a light play style with clean and powerful projection from a small body guitar that is a joy to hold and play. This guitar is ideal for the player looking for a more nuanced sound with more tonal complexity, and comfortable playing experience. Featuring the reliable and great sounding LR Baggs EAS electronic system, it can also be plugged in for amplification. You will sound better, play better, and play more on a Breedlove Pursuit Series acoustic-electric guitar

  • Body Type: Companion
  • Layered Back & Sides: Mahogany
  • Cutaway: Soft
  • Headstock shape: Asymmetrical
  • Scale Length: 23.5"
  • # Frets: 19
  • Nut Width: 1.69"
  • Lower Bout Width: 13.53"
  • Waist Width: 7.93"
  • Upper Bout Width: 9.93"
  • Body Length: 17.5"
  • Body Depth at neck: 3.11”
  • Body Depth at tailblock: 3.85"
  • Sound Hole Diameter: 3.54"
  • Tuners: Chrome Closed Gear
  • Electronics: LR Baggs EAS
  • String Gauge: D'Addario EXP 16
Technical
Does the type of wood an acoustic guitar is made from make a difference to how it sounds?

It certainly does! The type of wood used in the construction of an acoustic guitar can give it unique tonal qualities. For instance, mahogany gives a very deep, warm character to an acoustic guitar's sound. Maple tends to give a much brighter tone in comparison, whereas cedar wood and spruce have a nicely balanced timbre.

What is guitar 'action'?

This is not the sort of 'action' that you get from the audience after the show when you're lead guitarist in an '80s rock band. It's much more exciting than that! Guitar 'action' describes the distance between the strings and the frets on a guitar. A lower action makes pressing down the string onto the frets a whole lot easier, but if it's too low your strings can buzz, rattle and lose their sustain (not "ring out"). If you have a high action, the strings are harder to press down but you get a much purer tone. Because nearly all guitars can be adjusted, you can usually find a happy medium between comfort and tone. If you need someone to fix the action on your guitar, just ask one of the Kenny's Music team.

Does it matter what the fingerboard on a guitar is made from?

Apart from making a big difference to how the guitar looks, different types of wood can feel and sound quite different when you're playing on them, and their differing feels can subtly affect the way you play.

Rosewood: Soft-feeling and warm-sounding, rosewood fretboards are popular for good reason.

Maple: Offering a brighter tone with more high end, Maple fretboards also wear over time which can be attractive if you want your axe to look lived-in. 

Ebony: similar to maple in tone and sturdier than rosewood, ebony fretboards offer a darker-looking neck with a brighter tone.

Does it matter what country a guitar is made in?

Despite what nationalists might tell you, there's not really any simple answer. Even though many companies design their guitars in the USA or Europe, the vast majority of instruments are actually manufactured in China, Mexico, Indonesia, Japan and Korea. There aren't any 'rules' as to what country makes good or bad guitars, but rather which brands have tighter quality control.

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When will I receive my order?

You will be given an estimated delivery date based on your location and selected shipping option during the checkout process. If next working day shipping is selected, orders of items that are in stock placed before 2pm weekdays will be dispatched same day, with weekend orders shipping Monday, all on a next working day service. If you need your item delivered on a specific day, you can leave a comment in the box at the checkout and we'll take it from there. Please note items shipping from our Aberdeen store may occasionally require a 2 day shipping service. 

Can I ship my item to an alternative address?

We know that sometimes making sure you're in for a delivery can be a pain, so you can specify a different shipping address at the checkout (just make sure your billing address matches your payment card!).

Is my item in stock?

Our website clearly states the stock availability status of all items listed, and this status is dynamically updated throughout the day, meaning that as soon as something is sold in store or online the availability status is updated accordingly. This means you can buy with confidence knowing that your purchase is yours.

Can I return my order if I change my mind?

Applies to online & distance sales orders only: If you have simply changed your mind and wish to return your item, let us know within 14 days of delivery and we'll arrange the return and refund with you. All returns will need to be in the condition they were received and are subject to Kenny's Music returns policy.

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