Series

Coffee House Natural Series: The sound that defined an entire generation, Adirondack and Indian rosewood, traditionally crafted. Where other makers have mechanized their build process, the Coffee House are handcrafted, each top and back sanded to its ideal frequency and hand voiced after bracing. The same great sound of the original Coffee House models, natural wood finish. View instruments

Classic Folk Series: For decades, there are certain sounds that demand the warm comforting sound of an all mahogany body. Grown in the Mayan Biosphere of Guatemala, the true Honduran mahogany top, back, sides and neck of the Classic Folk give a sound and feel that will bring your playing and singing to life. View instruments

1964 Special Edition Series: Pairing Adirondack spruce with Honduran mahogany results in a mid-range powerhouse. It has the power to fit in with any collection of acoustic instruments and more than hold its own. The wider fretboard facilitates finger picking, rapid fire play. View instruments

Coffee House Series: The sound that defined an entire generation, Adirondack and Indian rosewood, traditionally crafted. Where other makers have mechanized their build process, the Coffee House are handcrafted, each top and back sanded to its ideal frequency and hand voiced after bracing. View instruments

Revolution Series: Cocobolo is the same genus as Brazilian rosewood, but denser. Through Sound Optimization™ we are able to sand it to a thinness that projects extraordinary volume. Paired with Adirondack spruce we have achieved surprising projection and complex tone. The Revolutions are Bedell’s most sought after guitars. View instruments

Angelica Series: It has been a labor of love, designing the Angelica Collection of fingerstyle guitars. The warmth of salvaged red cedar paired with the bass response of highly figured East Indian rosewood in a 12-fret to the deep body guitar. The sound is rich and soothing. The 1 ¾ inch nut width enables easy fingerstyle play. View instruments

Bedell Bahia Series: Adirondack spruce top. Brazilian rosewood back and sides. Honduran mahogany neck. Compound tapered dovetail neck joint. Individually sound optimized thin tops and stiff backs. Hand Voiced. The Bahia are handcrafted to perfection, with the fundamental frequencies of instruments of the 1930s. View instruments