The Florence is a well-built, solid instrument. I was pleasantly surprised when I took it out of the very nice gig bag. The craftsmanship is top shelf and it is very comfortable to play, especially for the price. It is a parlor model, so don’t expect a full dreadnought depth of tone, but it sounds as good as any other parlor guitar I’ve played and the sustain is impressive. Also, it looks great.
I’m enjoying the Florence very much. I like a nice parlor size guitar with a big sound and that’s what the Florence delivers. A small guitar with a big sound. Excellent. This is my 2nd Orangewood guitar. The first one I had was the Morgan Mahogany live. My house was broken into and my guitars were stolen. I liked it so much I bought another Orangewood . Thank you Orangewood
i like it, i just wish you would make a 12fret version with a slotted head stock
My Florence survived its timely cross-country trip perfectly. I like this little guitar. Certainly no one would expect an instrument this inexpensive to play so easily and to look and sound so nice. It’s handsome and homey. I can imagine myself playing it to entertain friends in my parlor, or to serenade my Juliet on her balcony. Maybe the name “Verona” would have been more fitting.