I learn guitar many years. Since I moved here I want find a good Guitar. And I go to Guitar center. My friend have an Taylor 114e guitar. I try to find similar one. But I don't want to pay much money. So I find the YouTube the Orange wood Guitar. So I order one sage mahogany all solid wood guitar. The first time arrived have some small scratches, I don't like it. So I replace another one. This one is very good. The sound and the paint,the hard case, everything are good. Thank you Orangewood!
I’ve had the Sage Mahogany for a couple of months now and I’m really happy with it. I was apprehensive about buying a guitar that I couldn’t try first, but with good reviews from Tomo Fujita and the free returns policy, I decided to go for it. I’m very glad I did! The guitar plays and sounds great. Considering the hard case that is included as well, you do get a lot for your money. In case anyone was wondering, the optional pick guard ships in the case. Overall, I’d definitely recommend this to anyone in the market for a new acoustic!
Just as advertised. The playability of this guitar is amazing. The tones are warm and spectacular. I was impressed on how beautiful this is. Best guitar I have ever owned.
Just purchase the sage mahogany and right out of the case I can say that this is one beautiful guitar the Finish is impeccable. The feel is amazing on the neck and it is very easy to play. Still figuring out what strings might go best with this. Only issue I have is a sticky D string possibly in the nut but going to put a little fret juice and possibly check to smooth out the nut space but seems to be getting better with the pliability of the strings.
Other than that I love the warm sound and the way that it resonates ...definitely on par with a guitar costing much more money. Two thumbs up for sure
The only problem is the pick guard has a blister on top that's 1/8" . I wish orangewood would have a variety of pickguards for sale that would fit on my my sage mahogany. Maybe pics of them just set on top but not put on so we can get idea of how their color would look and fit on with it's mahogany woodgrain and buy them from you.