Saga Music Announces New Parlor Guitars from Blueridge

July 17, 2008
Over 100 years ago, small body parlor-style instruments were all the rage, and continue to be some of the best sounding and highest valued collectables on the market today. The new Blueridge BR-341 and BR-361 Historic Earthquake Series Parlor-style guitars were developed with the professional player and instrument aficionado in mind.

The BR-341 includes a solid select Sitka spruce top and solid mahogany for the back and sides, while the BR-361 has a select solid Sitka spruce top, and East Indian rosewood back, sides and body binding.  Similarly, both models have the new V-shaped mahogany neck with 1-7/8" nut width. So, let Blueridge and the new Parlor-style guitars be your window to the past and inspire any player to explore the early musical sounds at the turn of the century.

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