Breedlove Pursuit Exotic S Companion Tiger’s Eye CE

Request More Information

Request information

Request more information about the Breedlove Pursuit Exotic S Companion Tiger’s Eye CE


    Category: Brand:


    Myrtlewood, while native to Oregon’s Pacific coast, might just be the most ‘exotic’ of all tonewoods, capturing the deep bass of rosewood, the pure warmth of mahogany and the sweet, glassy treble of maple in one exquisite, visually enchanting package—here under an equally captivating tortoise-bound Tiger’s Eye gloss finish. This sustainable acoustic electric Pursuit Exotic S Companion is much more than just a travel guitar. It’s a songwriter’s best friend and a just-right solution for small stages or small statures. A fast, slim neck and soft cutaway access to every fret let your fingers, and your heart, have their say. Sound better than ever with Breedlove’s earth-conscious, sonically superior EcoTonewood technology. Get fierce with a Tiger’s Eye!

    Body Type Companion
    Neck Wood African Mahogany
    Solid Wood Top Solid Myrtlewood
    Layered Back & Sides African Mahogany, Myrtlewood
    Top Finish Tiger’s Eye
    Back & Side Finish Tiger’s Eye
    Fretboard Ovangkol (stain black)
    # Frets 19
    Nut Width 1.69″
    Tuners Hardware Premium Breedlove Copper w/ Copper buttons
    Lower Bout Width 13.53″
    Waist Width 7.93″
    Upper Bout Width 9.93″
    Body Length 17.5″
    Body Depth 3.11″ (Neck) 3.85″ (Tailblock)
    String Gauge D’Addario XT PB Light
    Pickup Fishman Presys I
    Bridge Ovangkol (stain black)
    Binding Tortoise
    Inlay Copper color Logo & Brass FB/Side Dots
    Case N/A
    Scale Length 23.5″
    Sound Hole 3.54″
    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.

    Additional information



    Case Not Included