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B-1E Baritone

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Find a new voice with two new Baritone models: the B-1 and B-1E. Tuned to B, the Baritone provides a clear low end response perfect for soloists, singer-songwriters, percussive fingerstyle players, or guitarists who crave a walking bass line while comping chords. The Baritone voice is also perfect for performers who like to sing in lower keys and play in the “open” positions.

FEATURES:
• Expands the voicing into the bass range
• Allows lower register vocals while playing in open position
• Grand Auditorium body increases playing comfort
• Ideal for the player who wants to expand on the range of a conventional acoustic

Body

Neck

  • material: Mahogany
  • shape: Low profile, neutral "C"
  • nut : Bone
  • nut width: 1 13/16 " / 46mm
  • scale length: 26 3/4 " / 680mm
  • fingerboard: Solid Rosewood
  • trussrod: 2-way adjustable
  • reinforcement: Carbon Graphite Rails

Appointments

  • binding: Rosewood
  • rosette: Abalone and Rosewood
  • tuners: Gold with black keys
  • logo: Pearl
  • bridge: Faceted Rosewood bridge
  • saddle: Bone
  • endpins: Rosewood

Finish

Options

RECOMMENDED TUNING:
B - E - A - D - F# - B
Tune the bass string to low-B. Tune the remaining strings using the same technique as you would tune a guitar.

BARITONE CHORDS TO GET YOU STARTED:
Baritone Chort Chart E Baritone Chord Chart A Baritone Chord Chart G Baritone Chord Chart D
RECOMMENDED STRINGS: D'Adarrio EXP23 Baritone String Set

AUDIO: Bright Tomorrows by Sean Harkness



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REVIEWS

I instantly fell in love with the Walden Baritone when I played it the first time - this incredible rich and sonorous voice is exactly what I have been looking for over the last years. It perfectly suits my percussive fingerstyle playing.
Dianji Esteves Caraballo


The low register is very bass-like, full and rich.  Then as you go across the strings and up the fingerboard, it’s all the familiar shapes of guitar, just with a different color.
Sean Harkness


Needless to say, I am very pleased with the quality of woods, materials and tone and more than that…I’m thrilled with the low price!
Grant MacNeill, The Twelfth Fret