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Custom Eastman E6OM-LTD (E10OM with Sitka Top)

Brand Name:
Acoustic Guitars,OM and Auditorium,Eastman,
Model Number:

Custom Eastman E6OM-LTD (E10OM with Sitka Top)

Min.Order Quantity:
one set
Packaging Details:
Hardshell Case of Custom Eastman E6OM-LTD (E10OM with Sitka Top)
Delivery Time:
Within 3days after payment
Payment Terms:
paypal,UnionPay, Visa/MasterCard, Amex, Discover,T/T
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Product Description

This Eastman E6OME-LTD is an authentic take on the classic OM acoustic guitar, from the tone to the snowflake inlays to the Herringbone binding. This is 1 of only 100 made as part of a limited run that emphasizes playability, tone, and overall vintage aesthetic - it also comes equipped with a pickup already installed. Crafted with a solid Sitka Spruce top with hand-carved scalloped X-bracing and solid Mahogany back and sides, it sounds phenomenal, with remarkable volume and balance. A versatile go-to guitar for fingerstyle players and strummers alike, it's especially good for playing with an ensemble because it has the volume and depth to cut through other guitars, basses, and banjos without sounding muddy, and while still being comfortable thanks to its OM-size body .

This has a full Mahogany neck with a 1 3/4" nut width, and 2 5/32" string spacing. Eastman has loaded this OM with cool vintage-style appointments like the Herringbone binding and backstrip, snowflake inlays on the Rosewood fretboard, a bone nut and saddle, and vintage open gear Gotoh tuners. It's also already outfitted with a Fishman Matrix VT pickup system that sounds stunning when plugged in - you really hear the guitar's natural tone beautifully. This Eastman E6OME-LTD acoustic is a superb guitar at a great price - it includes a hardshell case. 

Item is considered in Very Good condition. A few small cracks exist in the binding.
Orchestra Model with nitrocellulose lacquer gloss finish and Herringbone bindingHand-Carved Scalloped X bracingSolid Sitka Spruce top with Herringbone purfling and rosetteSolid Mahogany back and sides with Herringbone backstrip24.9" scale lengthMahogany neckRosewood fingerboard with 20 frets and Snowflake inlays1 3/4" nut width, boneBone saddle with 2 5/32" string spacingRosewood bridgeChrome Vintage Open Gear Gotoh tunersFishman Matrix VT pickup systemHardshell case

Product Specs

Condition:Very Good Make:Eastman Model:Used Eastman E6-OM LTD ( Categories:OM and Auditorium Made In:China

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