The Deal on This Acoustic Guitar Is Almost Too Good to Be True
I never thought I’d type this: Right now, you can get a ridiculously good deal on a great acoustic guitar at — wait for it — Target. That’s not hyperbole and I still can’t believe it. On the mega-store’s site, you can pick up a Breedlove Stage Series Concert E guitar for 40 percent off — that’s savings of $330.
Founded in 1990, Oregon-based Breedlove makes a range of high-end guitars designed for discerning players. The Stage Series Concert E is no exception. Made in America, it features a solid mahogany top, back and sides in Breedlove’s original body shape, and an African ebony fretboard and bridge.
Designed for players, this guitar includes top-tier L.R. Baggs EAS electronics and a pinless bridge for easy string changes. And, the hand-rubbed, semi-gloss neck has a slim profile that is appropriate for many hand sizes. To top it off, the guitar features beautiful neck inlays, a simple rosette and a tasteful binding.
Normally priced at a very fair $830, the Stage Series Concert E now costs just $500. That’s almost too good to be true, so if it strikes your fancy, act fast — savings like this won’t be around long.
Now at Guitar Center, a custom built Fender Jazzmaster is now on sale. The mint-condition Custom Shop guitar is reduced by almost $200 because it has an open box — hard to argue with that. Start Saving