Reason #6 for owning a Blueridge guitar – Neck Width Options!
There is a Blueridge guitar with your favorite nut width. For those who wish C. F. Martin & Co. and other makers hadn’t moved away from the 1-11/16” nut width, Blue Ridge has you covered, with a wide assortment of narrow fingerboards on a host of attractive, affordable, wonderfully sounding guitars in the Contemporary and Historic Series. This includes the most-affordable BR-43 mahogany 000 and the BR-160 Historic Series rosewood dreadnought.
Blueridge also offers 1-3/4” width nuts, found on models in the Prewar Series, like the glorious BR-280 Adirondack dreadnought with Premium rosewood back and sides and killer Adi top with forward-shifted, scalloped bracing, and stunning abalone inlay, as does its 000-size sibling the BR-283 Adirondack.
The Blueridge parlor guitars, BR-341, BR-641, and BR-741 have the historically accurate 1-7/8” nut. And their super-cool tenor guitars, BR-70T, BR-60T, BR-40T, and acoustic-electric BR-40TCE have a slender neck with a 1-9/32” nut.
As with their many other admirable features, Blueridge guitars offer a nut width for everyone!