Bedell Coffee House Guitars Offered in Two Beautiful Finish Options
The Bedell Guitars Coffee House series of instruments are exquisitely crafted to revive the spirit that inspired the incredible music of the counterculture era: Adirondack spruce tops from individually harvested trees, sustainably grown Indian rosewood backs and sides and a handcrafted Koa binding. Available in parlor, orchestra and dreadnought body shapes, Bedell now offers the Coffee House in a beautiful espresso burst as well as an aged toner natural top
There is something striking about the sound of rosewood paired with Adirondack spruce; when strummed, the Bedell Coffee House takes you right back to that moment in time when music was changing 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. “During the 60’s, we gathered at coffee houses with our acoustic guitars to play the latest Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary releases, and share our personal song writing. It was a time of discovery and promise,” says Tom Bedell, founder, about his inspiration on the design of the series.
The workshop-installed K&K Pure Mini pickups in the Bedell Coffee House capture the fullness of sound and the vibe of the era authentically, without stage feedback. All Bedell Guitars come with a hardshell case.
Of course you can be sure your Coffee House series is sustainably and legally harvested. It comes with its own Bedell Tonewood Certificate outlining its country of harvest for the woods used in the guitar. A journal is also available online which talks about the design inspiration, tonewoods used in the guitar, wood suppliers and much more.