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Excellent value for the money... tunes well, has a little mid-range punch. Customer service exceeds all expectations.
My new Orangewood Florence plays as good as my $1800 Martin. It was setup perfectly. Low action, now fret buzz and for the price, you are not going to find a better guitar. My next guitar purchase will be another Orangewood!
Received my Florence yesterday and couldn't be happier! Fit and finish great as expected and talk about chimey. Sustain for days. I did give the truss rod a quarter turn to slightly increase the relief. Action is fine. This guitar is loud. The gig bag is really nice and it's great the it's included. Super "Parlor" and a super price. I would definitely buy another guitar from Orangewood. Thanks!
It's not that this is a bad little guitar but after playing it, it is not the sound I am looking for at all. I personally thought it overly tinny and almost toy like. It also varied as to the style of music played so that is obviously on me. Doesnt keep tune as long as i thought it should either but again, it's new and that could change after break in period. At the end of the day, it's sound quality for me and not quite what i was looking for.
I am a long time player and have been playing for 40+ years. I have been looking for a smaller parlor sized guitar to drag around with me without exposing my D-28 to unnecessary wear and tear. On YouTube a few months ago, I saw an ad for Orangewood and started watching the many demos and reviews from Marty Music and others about Orangewood guitars. The reviews all were positive. So for just $195, I pulled the trigger and ordered the Florence.
I wasn't sure what to expect for a guitar in that price range, then was pleasantly surprised. I received the guitar yesterday afternoon and unpacked it. The first thing that stood out to me was the set up and play ability was spot on. I tuned it and started playing it and found no issues with string buzz or dead spots no matter where you play up and down the neck. The intonation was perfect. Before i knew it, 3 hours went by and i was still playing it. That is a sign of of a well playing instrument. It has an "old timey" tone to it, which is what i was looking for. I have been in the market for an antique parlor guitar for years and none have come along that won't break the bank.
This Florence Parlor guitar is a pleasant surprise and definitely the best guitar i have ever purchased under $200.