BDL200 -  Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded
BDL200 -  Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded BDL200 -  Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded BDL200 -  Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded BDL200 -  Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded video

BDL200 - Dreadnought Natural LeftHanded

Model: BDL200 / Price:

The BDL200 model is specifically designed for Left Handed players.

Dreadnought guitars (named after the big, powerful warships) have proven extremely popular for the last century and have become the ‘industry standard’ guitar shape throughout the world. The Brunswick BD200 model is a Dreadnought acoustic guitar in the traditional style with squared shoulders. Its dimensions and design allow the instrument to project its sound very effectively, being able to deliver a loud but balanced tone and be heard as part of a band or ensemble.

Perfect guitars for those looking for both a traditional appearance and a great performance, Brunswick’s BD200 models use quality tonewoods, proven guitar technology and a range of models to suit all tastes: a pure acoustic in a natural or coloured finish; a stage-ready electro version, and a wonderfully resonant 12 string.

Spruce Top • Sapele Back and Sides • Enclosed Die-Cast Machineheads • Composite Technical Wood Fingerboard and Bridge • Gloss Finish

Scale: 646mm / 25.4” • Nut Width: 42mm • String Spacing: 54mm • Body Length: 506mm • Upper Width: 295mm • Lower Width: 403mm • Upper Depth: 107mm • Lower Depth: 119mm • Fingerboard Radius 16”


Series 200 Series
Shape Dreadnought
Colour Natural
Back / Side Sapele
Guitar Style Acoustic
Orientation Lefthanded
Top wood Spruce
Finish Gloss
Machine Head Die-cast Closed back
Bridge Composite Wood
Fingerboard Composite Wood

Spare parts

Are you looking for spare parts for your Brunswick instrument? CLICK HERE (opens in a new window) for our range of spare parts.


looks great
This is the very first guitar I have ever had and it is a present for my 61st birthday. I have never played any instrument before but really want to learn and my partner was advised to purchase this one as it is a good beginners instrument. I have yet to start although my son in law has helped me tune baby steps at the moment....very excited .