Product Spotlight: Coffee House

May 06, 2016

The Bedell Coffee House instruments were inspired by Tom Bedell's fondness for the folk-rock sound.  Available in a parlororchestra, or dreadnought body shape - these guitars revive the spirit that inspired the music of the counterculture era.

Constructed with an Adirondack spruce top and sustainably grown Indian rosewood, the first strum evokes that moment in time when music was changed forever, when coffee houses were a radical, safe place for youth who wanted to change the world and who believed in equality, justice, love and authentic self-expression.

To further honor individuality, these guitars are available in two different finishes: espresso or aged.  The lush "Espresso" burst matches the richness of the sound of the guitar.  However, the natural "aged" toner makes a classic statement.

We invite you to visit your local Bedell dealer and try out one of these beautiful guitars!

Bedell artists who play:

Bruce Watson (Foreigner) - pictured right

Chase Bryant

Kina Grannis - watch video above

Product Spotlight: Coffee House