Any Breadwinner Love

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by antiquodian, Dec 27, 2009.


  1. antiquodian

    antiquodian Member

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    Here's a custom job we just finished.

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  2. Bill Brasky

    Bill Brasky Senior Member

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    It's probably better than the Ovations. I owned two and wasn't impressed. I wouldn't have repeated their mistake of putting the input jack on the face of the guitar though. Your cord gets stepped on or caught and yanked hard and 'CRACK' right on the front of your guitar.
     
  3. Tone_Terrific

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    That is a weird shape that I have always liked, nice!
    Who is the 'we' that made it?
    If that is from a home workshop I'm doubly impressed.
     
  4. blueshawk1

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    I like the original Breadwinner, (as well as the other Ovation electrics). The green one looks like a nice job, not my personal cup-of-tea as i don't like green or the pointy headstock, but still nice work.
    Eastwood is making a Breadwinner very close to the original I'd be tempted to get if I ever came across a deal on one;
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