Whether you’re a purist seeking a guitar steeped in tradition, or someone with their sights set on a more modern instrument, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the Eastman Orchestra models. 


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 PCH2-OM Orchestra Acoustic Guitar

    • Neck Material:Maple
    • Fingerboard:Rosewood
    • 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" x 4"
    • Bracings:X-Braced
    • Body Top:Solid Sitka Spruce
    • Body Back/Sides:Laminated Rosewood
    • Bridge/Saddle:Rosewood/Bone, 2 5/32" Spacing
    • Rosette:Abalone
    • Truss Rod:Dual Acting
    • Binding:Top and Back
    • Binding Material:Black Plastic
    • Logo:Maple Headstock
    • Inlay:Pearl Dots
    • Side Dot Color:White
    • Bridge Pins:White Plastic w/black dots
    • Body Top Finish:Open Pore
    • Neck/Headstock Finish:Open Pore
    • Hardware Color:Nickel
    • Pickguard:Optional Plack Teardrop
    • Tuners:Ping RM 1171
    • Strings:D'Addario .012-.053 #EXP16 
    • Action Height:12th fret 3/32" on the bass side and 2/32" on the treble side
    • Case:None
    • Truss Rod Wrench:4mm