Breedlove Eco Discovery S Concert CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar - Edgeburst

Sale price$549.99 USD Regular price$699.99 USD


The Breedlove Discovery S Concert Edgeburst CE is all you could want in a first guitar—or a new favorite guitar—and more! Crafted with earth-conscious, sonically superior EcoTonewood technology, this instrument—in a distinctive gloss Edgeburst finish that helps you stand out from the crowd—invites a variety of play styles, from bare fingers to bold strumming. A stylish soft cutaway, slim, fast neck and narrow nut width facilitate easy play; a solid European spruce top produces classic, thrilling tone and projection. Great acoustic sound encourages you to play better, sound better and play more, and Fishman Presys I electronics let you rock as loud as you’d like. Discover the Breedlove ECO Collection—where the guitar meets the forest.

  • Body Type:  Concert
  • Neck Wood:  African Mahogany
  • Solid Wood Top:  European Spruce
  • Layered Back & Sides:  African Mahogany
  • Top Finish:  Edgeburst
  • Back & Side Finish:  Natural gloss
  • Fretboard:  Ovangkol
  • # Frets:  20
  • Nut Width:  1.69"
  • Tuners Hardware:  Chrome Closed Gear
  • Lower Bout Width:  15.37"
  • Waist Width:  9"
  • Upper Bout Width:  11.28"
  • Body Length:  19.875"
  • Body Depth:  3.58" (Neck) 4.2" (Tailblock)
  • String Gauge:  D'Addario XT PB Light
  • Pickup:  Fishman Presys I
  • Bridge:  Ovangkol
  • Binding:  Black
  • Inlay:  Centered dots
  • Case:  N/A
  • Scale Length:  25.3”
  • Sound Hole:  3.94”
  • Crafted In:  Designed in Bend, OR USA. Crafted in China.


Sustainable & Clear Cut Free

Made from sustainably-sourced exotic and native tonewoods. No clear-cut trees are used in these instruments. Breedlove uses salvaged and individually harvested timber and has deep relationships with responsible suppliers around the globe. As we move towards sustainability across all lines, owner Tom Bedell has visited 15 countries to discover exactly where the wood comes from, how it is selected and harvested, and how this affects the wildlife, the community, the forest and the planet.