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Bourgeois Guitars are handcrafted in Lewiston, Maine by master luthier Dana Bourgeois. Dana is known around the world for his superb craftsmanship and also as one of the foremost authorities on the voicing, selection and utilization of fine acoustic tonewoods.

Dana selects and matches the woods for each Bourgeois guitar at the beginning of the production process and, once each acoustic guitar is complete, checks it from top to bottom insuring it is aesthetically perfect and sounds and plays up to the demanding Bourgeois standard. Throughout the production process you can find Dana applying bridges, spraying a sunburst top, buffing the final finish coat, selecting and applying pick guards as well as overseeing the eight other individuals working on the various facets of the guitars being built.

 
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SOLD: Bourgeois DB Signature Dreadnought Custom Tasmanian Blackwood and Adirondack Spruce

 Bourgeois DB Signature Dreadnought Custom Tasmanian Blackwood and Adirondack Spruce

Bourgeois slope shouldered dreadnoughts are only about 1/4" wider than a standard dreadnought... and what a difference! Voiced for a more open,less driving sound than the Country Boy models, the Slope D accommodates a wide variety of playing styles ranging from country to pop covering nearly everything in between. Fingerstyle players love the increased response that the Slope D provides, even when played with bare fingers!

Adirondack Spruce, "the holy grail" of topwoods, drives the top of this powerful instrument. Adirondack is generally favored by heavy handed players, and provides nearly unlimited headroom when you need the extra power, yet on this Slope D, also provides a quick and lively response that fingerstyle players aren't accustomed to with traditional dreadnoughts.

This guitar was built with Adirondack top bracing, as are all of Dana's guitars.  The Adirondack top bracing  was painstakingly made by hand in the old fashioned method with hot hide glue.  Hide Glue sets up very hard, like glass, allowing more energy transfer through the bracing. Hot Hide Glue adds responsiveness across the spectrum.  This type of glue was used on the early guitars we have all fallen in love with, but later phased out due to the time required to use it, not to mention the mess it makes.  The sonic benefits can't be ignored, adding not only responsiveness, but a new level of detail and clarity.  The Adirondack Bracing helps to stiffen the top, making it that much more powerful with more headroom and overall volume.

The sunburst finish on all Bourgeois guitars are sprayed by Dana himself!  The sunburst has gorgeous Vintage look to it, completing  the classic look the Ivoroid buttons provide.  It already looks "vintage", with a tone to match. The finish is an oil varnish, which really takes the tone to another level.  According to Dana, "The closest thing to the sound of a 70 year old nitrocellulose lacquer finish isn't a new lacquer finish, but a thin oil varnish finish. Properly applied, oil varnish smooths out the "jangly" sound of a new guitar in much the same way that lots of playing seems to accomplish."  This makes the guitar sound more "broken in" from the start, not to mention the deep hue the varnish imparts on the finish is simply gorgeous.

This is the first example of Tasmanian Blackwood that we have had the opportunity to see from our friends at Bourgeois. The wood is a rich, golden brown color with beautiful figuring throughout. Tasmanian Blackwood is a member of the Acacia family, and most resembles it's sibling Koa in appearance. Blackwood is known for it's warm, mellow tone, which only helps to complement the crispness of the Adirondack top, married to the Adi bracing with Hot Hide Glue.

The tone of this guitar is extremely balanced, with a dry, clear note definition and a presence that only this combo can provide.  This guitar practically begs to be placed in front of a microphone... those vintage tones you have heard on recordings for years is right at your fingertips. As is popular on vintage instruments in the Slope D shape with a sunburst, this guitar also features the Bourgeois 25" short scale option. The shorter scale helps to alleviate some tension on the top, making finger picking  sessions last much longer, and strumming feel effortless!

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SOLD: Bourgeois Very Vintage OM Varnish Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany

 Bourgeois Very Vintage OM Varnish Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany

The Very Vintage series guitars from Dana Bourgeois are loaded with tone enhancing features that combine to make stellar instruments with tone that only these combined features can offer.  Dana's guitars are already some of the finest made, so when you add some of these special upgrades you are truly in for something very special.

The finish is an oil varnish, which really takes the tone to another level.  According to Dana, "The closest thing to the sound of a 70 year old nitrocellulose lacquer finish isn't a new lacquer finish, but a thin oil varnish finish. Properly applied, oil varnish smooths out the "jangly" sound of a new guitar in much the same way that lots of playing seems to accomplish."  This makes the guitar sound more "broken in" from the start, not to mention the deep hue the varnish imparts on the finish is simply gorgeous.

Additional features include a 1 3/4" nut width, a Mammoth ivory nut, ebony bridge and pins, and hot hide glue construction.

This OM was also built with Adirondack top bracing, as are all of Dana's guitars.  The Adirondack bracing was painstakingly made by hand in the old fashioned method with hot hide glue.  Hide Glue sets up very hard, like glass, allowing more energy transfer through the bracing. Hot Hide Glue adds responsiveness across the spectrum.  This type of glue was used on the early guitars we have all fallen in love with, but later phased out due to the time required to use it, not to mention the mess it makes.  The sonic benefits can't be ignored, adding not only responsiveness, but a new level of detail and clarity.  The Adirondack Bracing helps to stiffen the top, making it that much more powerful with more headroom and overall volume.

The Adirondack Top on this guitar is surprisingly responsive.  The varnish finish, paired with hide glue construction,  really lets this guitar vibrate differently.  Even with Adi bracing, this guitar responds to the lightest bare fingered attack, making it one of the finest fingerstyle instruments to come through our shop.  Those who feel Adirondack is too stiff for their playing should definitely play this guitar... it will change your entire outlook on what this powerful tonewood is capable of.  Notes ring with a crisp, rich, clarity and a woodiness from the Mahogany that simply doesn't come through with other finishes... at least not right away!  Pure vintage tone is available at your fingertips right now... come by the shop and see for yourself!

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SOLD: Bourgeois Country Boy Sitka Spruce and Mahogany with Hot Hide Glue

 Bourgeois Country Boy Sitka Spruce and Mahogany with Hot Hide Glue

The Bourgeois Country Boy is Dana's standard 18-style dreadnought, featuring a Sitka Spruce top and mahogany back and sides.  This guitar adds a custom hot hide glue assembly option that further increases the responsiveness of the dreadnought body style.

Hide Glue was the original glue used on the early Martin guitars but has been phased out by many luthiers due to the added time it takes to work with... not to mention it is very messy!  Hot Hide glue sets up like glass, offering a more immediate and efficient transfer of energy throughout the top, making the overall guitar more responsive with a clarity of tone that is unmatched.

Sitka Spruce is a top tonewood that is favorable for many players, as it is one of the most versatile tonewoods available.  In regards to stiffness, Sitka is much more flexible than Adirondack, therefore exhibiting increased responsiveness and a richer low end when played at moderate levels.  While not quite as powerful for the heaviest of pickers, Sitka lends itself quite nicely for fingerstyle playing as well, allowing you to cover much more musical playing styles than an Adirondack dreadnought will be capable of... not to mention that many players simply don't play hard enough to comfortably drive an Adirondack top.  Sitka Spruce is in many ways the perfect compromise!

Mahogany backed dreadnoughts are inspired from the legendary D-18 style of guitars.  They are known and loved for their dry tone with crystal clear definition.  Mahogany guitars historically record very well... in fact, even Clarence White himself played a D-18 on many of his classic recordings, as the mahogany gave them a more balanced recorded tone than the famous D-28 that Tony Rice now plays.  Recently, Ray LaMontagne has been playing his Sitka topped Country Boy.  Stop by our shop and find out why!

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SOLD: Bourgeois DB Signature Small Jumbo Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

 Bourgeois DB Signature Small Jumbo Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

Variations of this body style have traditionally graced a variety of guitars including smaller archtops, rhythm workhorses for accompaniment of singers like the Everly Brothers, and more recently, fingerstyle guitars for virtuoso solo performers. Specifically configured to suit the latter, this Bourgeois Small Jumbo combines Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood to produce a full, rich tonal palette with a medium-wide 1 23/32" nut and a 25" scale.

The tone produces from this Bourgeois is rich in trebles with a balanced and powerful low end and a strong, punchy midrange.  It excels when played fingerstyle and with an Adirondack top, loves to be strummed and flatpicked as well, withstanding moderately heavy playing with ease.

The Small Jumbo features an X-braced back to enhance lower register articulation. In the tradition of fine, handmade fingerstyle guitars, the Small Jumbo body is bound in figured koa.  The custom Ziricote headstock is unbound for a classy look. Further appointments include a DB Signature herringbone backstrip and Gold Waverly tuners with luxurious snakewood buttons.

The featured backwood on this Small Jumbo is Madagascar Rosewood.  Madagascar resonates evenly responsive across the entire tonal register and provides a crisp, sparkling treble commonly associated with Brazilian Rosewood. Madagascar is also becoming very scarce and this is a fantastic example of what a master luthier such as Dana Bourgeois can do with the wood.

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SOLD: Bourgeois Custom “Very Vintage” Adirondack Spruce & Brazilian Rosewood Dreadnought Varnish Finish, custom Pale Sunburst with Hot Hide Glue Assembly

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 Bourgeois Custom Very Vintage Adirondack Spruce & Brazilian Rosewood Dreadnought Varnish Finish, custom Pale Sunburst with Hot Hide Glue Assembly

This Very Vintage Brazilian Rosewood Dreadnought from Dana Bourgeois is loaded with tone enhancing features that combine to make a stellar instrument with a tone that only these features can offer.  Dana's guitars are already some of the finest made, so when you add some of these special upgrades you are truly in for something very special.

The finish is an oil varnish, which really takes the tone to another level.  According to Dana, "The closest thing to the sound of a 70 year old nitrocellulose lacquer finish isn't a new lacquer finish, but a thin oil varnish finish. Properly applied, oil varnish smooths out the "jangly" sound of a new guitar in much the same way that lots of playing seems to accomplish."  This makes the guitar sound more "broken in" from the start, not to mention the deep hue the varnish imparts on the finish is simply gorgeous.

Additional features include a 1 3/4" nut width, a Mammoth ivory nut, ebony bridge and pins, and hot hide glue construction.

The backwood on this guitar is Brazilian Rosewood.  Brazilian Rosewood is an extremely rare tonewood with deep bass and brilliant trebles that was used on the famous vintage guitars we have all grown to love.  An international embargo on trade on Brazilian rosewood products guarantees that the relatively few sets remaining in this country will continue to spiral in price as the supply dwindles.  In the hands of Dana, especially with these specifications, you can guarantee the guitar will be a monster... and this one certainly is!

This guitar was also built with Adirondack top bracing, as are all of Dana's guitars.  The Adirondack bracing was painstakingly made by hand in the old fashioned method with hot hide glue.  Hide Glue sets up very hard, like glass, allowing more energy transfer through the bracing. Hot Hide Glue adds responsiveness across the spectrum.  This type of glue was used on the early guitars we have all fallen in love with, but later phased out due to the time required to use it, not to mention the mess it makes.  The sonic benefits can't be ignored, adding not only responsiveness, but a new level of detail and clarity.  The Adirondack Bracing helps to stiffen the top, making it that much more powerful with more headroom and overall volume.

This guitar posesses everything we love about Dana's guitars, but also adds another dimension to the sound.  The highs are a bit mellower and the bass is more prominent.  The guitar is incredibly responsive and sounds great played softly as well.  The clarity and definition we find on all of Dana's guitars is right there... even on the lowest strings.  Add the vintage like "thump" of this guitar and you have something nearly impossible to put down.

Finished off with Dana's "in-between sunburst," this guitar looks as good as it sounds.  The Koa bindings are exquisite against the sunburst Adirondack top and the Brazilian Rosewood back and sides.  Dana's classy wood purfling is a finishing touch that really completes the look... this guitar has it all!  This guitar is already sold, but keep your eye on our arriving soon list, we have 2 more on order with similar specs!

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SOLD: 2008 Bourgeois D-150 Brazilian Rosewood Adirondack Spruce

 2008 Bourgeois D 150 Brazilian Rosewood Adirondack Spruce

The D-150 is a faithful recreation of the now-classic Bourgeois Brazilian Rosewood Dreadnought made famous by Bryan Sutton, Ricky Skaggs, Dan Tyminski, and other bluegrass notables.

Featuring Dana's unique, single-scalloped X brace system, Premium Brazilian rosewood back and sides and premium Adirondack spruce top, the D-150 delivers a blend of balance and clarity absolutely required for bluegrass (and highly desirable for most other styles of playing!) --but rarely found in a contemporary dreadnought. Elegantly appointed with an abalone rosette, triple layer ivoroid body, fretboard and headstock binding, side purfling, slotted squares and diamonds inlay, and gold Waverly tuners.

Brazilian Rosewood is an extremely rare tonewood with deep bass and brilliant trebles that was used on the famous vintage guitars we have all grown to love.  An international trade embargo on Brazilian rosewood products guarantees that the relatively few sets remaining in this country will continue to spiral in price as the supply dwindles.  Brazilian brings remarkable darkness, depth, and warmth; while exhibiting glorious overtones across the entire tonal spectrum.

As Brazilian Rosewood is in short supply and no one really knows how much will be available in the years to come, this is an instrument that is sure to climb in rarity and value.

This dreadnought has remarkable balance and clarity.  The high end is crystal clear, sure to cut through any bluegrass ensemble.

This D-150 show very little playing wear.  There is a dent on the back lower bout, pictured.  There are some light finish scratches.  Hardshell case included.

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SOLD: Bourgeois DB Signature Dreadnought Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

 Bourgeois DB Signature Dreadnought Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

The Dana Bourgeois Signature Dreadnought features  "Signature" Adirondack and "Signature" Madagascar RW... this translates into the absolute best examples of each tonewood that can currently be found.   The traditional  Squares & Diamonds inlay are made unique by cutting them from Certified Fossil Ivory. With finely flamed Curly Koa body binding, Gold Waverly tuners, Bone pins and a premium pickguard you will be hard pressed to find more value and beauty in a single guitar.

Here's what Dana says about Madagascar: "Madagascar rosewood will probably get you closest to the sound of Brazilian, and at a much lower price. Madagascar has much of the same rich overtone range as Brazilian, as well as a slightly "reverby" quality. It's a little heavier than Brazilian, so I have to be careful about selecting the right top and the right neck in order to keep the weight down and not adversely effect its response characteristics. "  Since Dana himself still picks every top, back and side for each guitar we build, this isn't a problem with his builds.

The response and balance that this guitar exhibits is nothing short of astonishing.  The incredibly straight grained set of Madagascar lives up to every bit of the legend it is known for... and may just be better!

There is certainly some magic going on with these DB Signature guitars, and this guitar is one of the best!  Order yours now before it's too late and this incredible wood is gone!

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SOLD: Bourgeois DB Signature OM Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

 Bourgeois DB Signature OM Adirondack Spruce and Madagascar Rosewood

Madagascar Rosewood is known for being the most similar tonewood to the Brazilian species.  Offering many of the same sonic characteristics, Madagascar is also becoming difficult to harvest and export.  Madagascar has much of the same rich overtone range as Brazilian, as well as a slightly "reverby" quality... and with examples such as the set used on this Dana Bourgeois Signature OM, it is hard to imagine a more beautiful back and sides on any guitar.

The DB Signature upgrade is an especially elegant combination reflecting the masterful craftsmanship of Dana Bourgeois. A new rosette and herringbone purfling was designed for the DB Signature models to compliment Dana's earlier design of the DB backstrip.  The binding is finely flamed Curly Koa, and accents this set of woods better than we could have ever imagined.

Regarding the tone, Dana has chosen the wood specifically for the way it sounds, rather than it's appearance, although they usually look amazing, regardless.  The Adirondack and Madagascar on this DB Signature models is some of the best sounding examples of each species... especially after Dana's tuning and bracing techniques.  It's hard to imagine a nicer sound coming out of a OM... the guitar sounds much larger than it's small size and is smooth and balanced.  An instant shop favorite!

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SOLD: Bourgeois JOMC Custom Cutaway OM European Spruce and Indian Rosewood with Ivoroid Body Bindings

 Bourgeois JOMC Custom Cutaway OM European Spruce and Indian Rosewood with Ivoroid Body Bindings

While Dana Bourgeois has established a reputation for building fantastic dreadnoughts, his fingerstyle guitars are equally regarded. This amazing custom JOMC practically demands to be played with bare fingers or fingerpicks, but can stand up beautifully to some strumming as well. Even the most discerning player will be pleasantly delighted as to how responsive this guitar is.

JOMC stands for Jumbo OM Cutaway, and is an original body style developed by Dana Bourgeois in the late 80's. In an effort to respond to players' requests for a mid-sized guitar that has the balance and clarity of an OM, but with a bigger presence and volume, the wheels in Dana's head went a turning. The idea was simple: Start with the OM outline, enlarge it a bit, play around with the curves and deepen the sides. The JOMC has a deceptively small feel, but packs a brimming voice with a broad, dynamic range.

With a European Spruce top, this guitar is extremely versatile across the spectrum. European falls in-between Sitka and Adirondack in regards to stiffness, offering the responsiveness of Sitka with the power of Adirondack... the perfect compromise for many players.

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SOLD: 2006 Bourgeois Country Boy Deluxe Quilted Sapele and Adirondack Spruce

 2006 Bourgeois Country Boy Deluxe Quilted Sapele and Adirondack Spruce

Dana Bourgeois is known around the world for his superb craftsmanship and also as one of the foremost authorities on the voicing, as well as the selection and utilization of fine tonewoods. As testimony to these great instruments, they have become a favorite of many professional country and bluegrass players, such as Ricky Skaggs, Cody Kilby, Bryan Sutton, Dailey and Vincent, and Sean Watkins.  If there is one thing Dana Bourgeois knows, it’s building a knockout dreadnought.

The feature immediately noticed on this special Country Boy is the highly figured quilted Sapele back and sides.  Sapele is a large tree native to tropical Africa.  Sapele is very similar to mahogany, in both density and the tone it produces.  Due to the extremely gorgeous figuring, it is generally hard to come by in the US since it tends to be much more valuable as veneer and prices for the figured solid wood stocks are now very high.

The tone is dry and woody, with clarity and note definition that the best mahogany guitars offer.  Like mahogany, Sapele provides a quick velocity of sound, relatively lightness of weight, and noticeable midrange overtone attenuation.  We find this particular set of Sapele provides a balanced tone with a warmer high end than many mahogany guitars.  Each note has commanding presence, yet is balanced and well represented. Chords ring with powerful, driving volume and lead notes are clear, punchy, and distinct.

This guitar was put into its case after it's purchase at the 2006 NAMM show and shows virtually no playing wear.  There is a small dent under the strings in-between the soundhole and the bridge, pictured below.  There is also a mark on the headstock that appears to be from a string change, visible in the detailed photographs.   The original hardshell case is included.

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SOLD: Bourgeois Very Vintage Mahogany Dreadnought Adirondack Spruce with Varnish Finish

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 Bourgeois Very Vintage Mahogany Dreadnought Adirondack Spruce with Varnish Finish

The Very Vintage Mahogany Dreadnought from Dana Bourgeois is loaded with tone enhancing features that combine to make a stellar instrument with a tone that only these features can offer.  Dana's guitars are already some of the finest made, so when you add some of these special upgrades you are truly in for something very special.

The finish is an oil varnish, which really takes the tone to another level.  According to Dana, "The closest thing to the sound of a 70 year old nitrocellulose lacquer finish isn't a new lacquer finish, but a thin oil varnish finish. Properly applied, oil varnish smooths out the "jangly" sound of a new guitar in much the same way that lots of playing seems to accomplish."  This makes the guitar sound more "broken in" from the start, not to mention the deep hue the varnish imparts on the finish is simply gorgeous.

Additional features include a 1 3/4" nut width, a Mammoth ivory nut, ebony bridge and pins, and hot hide glue construction.

This guitar was also built with Adirondack top bracing, as are all of Dana's guitars.  The Adirondack bracing was painstakingly made by hand in the old fashioned method with hot hide glue.  Hide Glue sets up very hard, like glass, allowing more energy transfer through the bracing. Hot Hide Glue adds responsiveness across the spectrum.  This type of glue was used on the early guitars we have all fallen in love with, but later phased out due to the time required to use it, not to mention the mess it makes.  The sonic benefits can't be ignored, adding not only responsiveness, but a new level of detail and clarity.  The Adirondack Bracing helps to stiffen the top, making it that much more powerful with more headroom and overall volume.

We welcome you to come and try this guitar out before it finds a home with a lucky customer... you won't be disappointed!

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SOLD: Bourgeois Slope D Short Scale with Sunburst Finish and Hot Hide Glue

 Bourgeois Slope D Short Scale with Sunburst Finish and Hot Hide Glue

Bourgeois slope shouldered dreadnoughts are only about 1/4" wider than a standard dreadnought... and what a difference! Voiced for a more open,less driving sound than the Country Boy models, the Slope D accommodates a wide variety of playing styles ranging from country to pop covering nearly everything in between. Fingerstyle players love the increased response that the Slope D provides, even when played with bare fingers!

Adirondack Spruce, "the holy grail" of topwoods, drives the top of this powerful instrument. Adirondack is generally favored by heavy handed players, and provides nearly unlimited headroom when you need the extra power, yet on this Slope D, also provides a quick and lively response that fingerstyle players aren't accustomed to with traditional dreadnoughts.

This guitar was built with Adirondack top bracing, as are all of Dana's guitars.  The Adirondack top bracing  was painstakingly made by hand in the old fashioned method with hot hide glue.  Hide Glue sets up very hard, like glass, allowing more energy transfer through the bracing. Hot Hide Glue adds responsiveness across the spectrum.  This type of glue was used on the early guitars we have all fallen in love with, but later phased out due to the time required to use it, not to mention the mess it makes.  The sonic benefits can't be ignored, adding not only responsiveness, but a new level of detail and clarity.  The Adirondack Bracing helps to stiffen the top, making it that much more powerful with more headroom and overall volume.

The sunburst finish on this guitar is Dana's "In-Between Burst."   This is a very classy finish on this instrument and with the ivoroid bindings and tuner buttons is simply gorgeous, instantly reminding you of a vintage classic.

The tone of this guitar is extremely balanced, with a dry, clear note definition and a presence that only Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany can offer.  This guitar practically begs to be placed in front of a microphone... those vintage tones you have heard on recordings for years is right at your fingertips.  Mahogany offers a midrange that historically requires little eq in the recording studio and has become one of the most popular tonewoods for anyone looking for a balanced recording tone that starts with the guitar.

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