Bedell Expands Homegrown Collection with Bedell Wildfire Series Acoustic Guitars - GuitarPlayer.com

Bedell Expands Homegrown Collection with Bedell Wildfire Series Acoustic Guitars

The Wildfire Series guitars are built with all American-grown tonewoods.
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Bedell Guitars is pleased to introduce the Bedell Wildfire Series of acoustic guitars. Part of the Bedell Homegrown Collection, Bedell Wildfire Series guitars are built with all American-grown tonewoods with stunning, handcrafted detail and sound.

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Available in Dreadnought, Orchestra and Parlor body shapes, the Bedell Wildfire Series combines solid Adirondack spruce and gorgeously figured big-leaf maple tonewoods.

From the press release:

The Bedell Wildfire Series is the most soulful, native series of instruments Bedell crafts. The beauty of the flamed big-leaf maple and the power of sturdy Adirondack spruce are accentuated by exquisite appointments and a breathtaking Fire Burst gloss finish.

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Bedell craftspeople have carefully paired these two American-grown tonewoods to expose the musical gifts each offers, hand-tuning every top and customizing the tone bars for sonic balance, then matching it to a hand-tuned back. The result is a liveliness that simply must be experienced. Eastern hard rock maple is used for the neck, with a walnut fretboard and bridge rounding out this collection of the finest American woods. And like all Bedell instruments, clear-cut trees are never used as source materials.

Additional features of the Bedell Wildfire Series include K&K Pure Mini electronics, maple binding, beautiful figured maple peghead veneer, mosaic pin inlays and deluxe hardshell case.

The Bedell Wildfire Dreadnought, Bedell Wildfire Parlor and Bedell Wildfire Orchestra guitars are available now through Bedell dealers, with a retail price of $3,990. As with all Bedell instruments, the Bedell Wildfire Series guitars are handcrafted at the company’s Bend, Oregon, workshop.

For more information, visit Bedell Guitars.

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