Breedlove Guitar Company makes incredible archtop mandolins in three different body styles – O, F, and Breedlove’s unique F shape. Each model is available with either an oval soundhole and X bracing, or f-holes and tone bar bracing.
Among Breedlove’s mandolin offerings is the Quartz OF model, which is a smooth, teardrop-shaped instrument with f holes and tone bar bracing, which results in increased projection. The satin sunburn finish is a deep, rich one that highlights, rather than covers up, the inherent beauty of the solid spruce top and solid flamed maple back and sides. Breedlove’s Quartz OF also lacks binding as well as many other appointments, thus providing it a straightforward appearance at a great value.
One of my favorite aspects of Breedlove mandolins is the generous string spacing provided. I have large fingers, and as a result, many mandolin necks are too narrow for me to play even halfway decently. Breedloves, on the other hand, neatly fit into my hand and I do not find myself awkwardly squeezing my hand together to try to get a chord in. The Quartz OF has a clean, pure sound to with the bell like ring associated with flamed maple.
Features include a single piece maple neck, solid sitka spruce top, solid western maple back/sides, tone bar bracing, f-holes, twenty frets, Tusq nut, saga tuners, radiused ebony fingerboard with pearl dot position markers, ebony headstock overlay, and a deluxe hardshell case that produces a snug fit so that your mandolin is secure and not moving around inside the case.
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Source by Michael W. Stone