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More Than Just a Name

The Orchestra name was given to this model in 1929 in an attempt to entice guitarists in dance orchestras to pick one up and take it to a gig. In more recent years, it has become a go-to instrument for finger pickers, due to its sensitive dynamic profile and subtle tonal properties. It provides a more carefully sculpted sound than a big bodied acoustic.

Eastman E1OM Acoustic Guitar

    • Neck Material:Mahogany
    • Fingerboard:Ebony
    • Fingerboard Radius:12"
    • Neck Profile:Traditional Even "C"
    • Nut:Bone 1 3/4"
    • Fretwire:20 Jescar-FW43080
    • Scale Length:24.9"
    • Body Dimensions:15" X 4-1/4"
    • Bracings:Hand-Carved Scalloped X
    • Body Top:Solid Sitka Spruce
    • Body Back/Sides:Solid Sapele
    • Bridge/Saddle:Ebony/Bone, 2-5/32" Spacing
    • Rosette:Classic
    • Truss Rod:Dual Acting
    • Binding:Top/Back
    • Binding Material:Tortoise 
    • Logo:Pearl Headstock
    • Inlay:Pearl Dots
    • Side Dot Color:White
    • Bridge Pins:White Plastic w/ Black Dots
    • Body Top Finish:Satin Finish
    • Back/Sides Finish:Satin Finish
    • Hardware Color:Nickel
    • Pickguard:Tortoise Shell 
    • Tuners:Open-Gear Pingwell V93N 3+3
    • Electronics:None
    • Strings:D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze .012 -.053
    • Action Height:12th fret 3/32" on the bass side and 2/32" on the treble side
    • Case:Deluxe Padded Eastman Gig Bag
    • Truss Rod Wrench:4mm
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