Exploring Bedell Guitars with the Acoustic Shoppe: A Comparison of Guitar Body Sizes

In this amazing comparison video from The Acoustic Shoppe, the team shares an in-depth comparison of three iconic body sizes from Bedell Guitars: the Dreadnought, Parlor, and Orchestra Model (OM). Watch the video above and join them as they explore the unique characteristics of each body size and help you find the perfect guitar for your musical journey.

Unveiling the Bedell Revolution Series:

Step into the world of Bedell Guitars with the Revolution series, where exquisite craftsmanship meets unparalleled tonal excellence. Each guitar in this series features premium tonewoods, including an Adera Spruce top, Coca Bolo sides and back, and an Eastern Hard Rock Maple neck. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect of these guitars, from the East Indian Rosewood binding to the spalted maple purfling line.

Crafting the Perfect Tone:

At the heart of Bedell Guitars lies a commitment to tonal optimization. Through meticulous craftsmanship and innovative techniques, Bedell has mastered the art of bringing out the best in challenging tonewoods like Coca Bolo. The result? Guitars that offer exceptional projection, clarity, and articulation, regardless of body size.

Exploring Body Sizes:

In this video, we take you on a sonic journey, comparing the Dreadnought, Parlor, and Orchestra Model guitars side by side. Each body size has its own unique tonal signature, allowing you to discover the perfect balance of warmth, power, and versatility for your playing style.

Your Musical Journey Starts Here:

Ready to find your dream guitar? Visit the Acoustic Shoppe online to explore our selection of Bedell Guitars and discover which body size resonates with you. Whether you’re a seasoned player or just starting your musical journey, our team is here to help you find the perfect instrument.

Join the Conversation:

We invite you to watch the full video and share your thoughts in the comments on the YouTube video. Which body size speaks to you the most? What questions do you have about finding the perfect guitar? Let’s continue the conversation and help each other on our musical journeys.