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The Breedlove Atlas Stage D25/SRe is our rounded dreadnought shape developed in our Custom Design Center, offering powerful sound with an attractive aesthetic and broad appeal. It is a bold acoustic-electric dreadnought with state-of-the-art LR-T-CV electronics featuring chromatic tuner, phase, and EQ adjustments for presence, treble, middle and bass, delivering outstanding amplified tone. The D25/SRe also features Kim Breedlove’s redesigned stage inlay pattern on the fretboard, offering a unique yet classy visual.
Forget Black Friday, this weekend at OFC, it’s time for our annual Bluegrass Friday Sale! We have some amazing deals on select guitars from Stonebridge, Eastman, Breedlove, Walden and Sigma, select Deering Goodtime and Alabama banjos, Eastman and Alabama Mandolins, plus 10% off cases and accessories!
Some folks have gone so far as to say that the Larrivee’s P-01 ISS Commemorative Parlor Guitar is a Space Oddity. We know for sure that this limited edition guitar is a beauty at the very least. It features a solid Canadian Sitka spruce top, solid mahogany back & sides and it includes a free hardshell case. But the most interesting feature by far, is that it plays great in zero gravity just as well as it does on the good ol’ planet earth!
So you love old-time music but you’re not quite ready for tear it up, bust down tempo? Have we got the thing for you! Come join OFC’s Monthly Old-Time Music Slow Jam. Learn new tunes! Make new friends! Perfect your hot licks! Bring your fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar or whatever to the Ottawa Folklore Centre on Friday, Dec. 6th from 7-9 pm. OFC banjo teacher Paul Hornbeck will lead the group in an evening of old-time favorites, played at a moderate pace.
Guitar Choir is a set of eight one hour weekly sessions geared towards performance of a four to ten piece guitar choir. We will create pieces using layered rhythmic motifs from various cultures and many approaches to chord and scale construction. We will look at various techniques for layering guitars, including some African, Caribbean and Central and South American styles, as well as more modern approaches, such as those of Robert Fripp, Terry Riley and Philip Glass.