All our guitars are professionally set up by our expert technicians for the smoothest "out of the box" experience for our players.
Inspired by the sound and beauty of vintage guitars, we’ve added a solid Mahogany top and Grover open gear tuners to our Highland Collection for an aged look, woody tone, and a timeless impression.
Take your guitar everywhere with our first-ever hard case. Designed for durability and comfortability, it’s made for the guitarist on the go.
All our Highland Collection models feature an ebony bridge and fingerboard to add balanced bass and a smooth feel that guitarists love.
We use Ernie Ball Earthwood Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar strings for a warm, distinguished tone with golden clarity.
I bought this guitar for my husband as a birthday gift. He is just learning to play and was beside himself when his saw it. It is a beautiful instrument with good sound. My son, who has played guitar for 20 years, loves it as well. Thank you for providing such a quality product.
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Purchased this looking for a solid acoustic guitar for myself, I would consider myself an intermediate but this guitar could easily knock the socks off a beginner or pro level guitarist, its very comfortable and the neck feels similar to a Les Paul Slim Neck, so coming from electric to this acoustic is really easy in terms of transitioning between multiple guitars.
The aesthetic is really clean and pleasing, the quality is very nice, ive noticed a few imperfections if im being very picky, The grain on the neck nearing the higher frets feels rough to the touch, and the fingerboard has a few "mini holes" or chips in them. However the strings that shipped with this guitar are perfect and I will 100% replace them with the same ones because the feel is perfect for finger picking and its both bright and warm. I always wanted a Taylor or Martin but this guitar plays similarly for a fraction of the cost, The Taylor I played was $4000 and although the guitar felt more sturdy the Orangewood has similar tone and feel for only roughly $700
Bottom line I would recommend this guitar for anyone and im really upset this guitar hasnt become the gold standard of acoustic guitars similar to how people would view a Fender Stratocaster for electric guitars, in terms of just the "Iconic" guitar that every beginner or pro has to own.
First the cons. The Sage Mahogany is nearly a $700 guitar. So I look at this guitars flaws more critically than I would, say, my $200 Fender. There are 3 frets that are slightly lifted at the edge of the fretboard, as well as a small hairline crack at the bottom of the neck, where it meets the body. Both of these issues aren’t a deal breaker, but they are faults that I’d be surprised to find on big name brand guitars.
The Pros- the guitar tone is wonderful. The tuners also do a wonderful job at keeping the guitar in tune. I can play for hours without adjusting a single string. The action is a bit high, but I actually prefer this, as it prevents fret buzz. The hard case that comes with this guitar is very nice, and I’d feel perfectly fine with throwing my guitar off a mountain as long as it was in this case. All in all, I’d buy from Orangewood again. The important thing to note, is that the issues I found could easily be avoided at an actual store, so there is always a certain gamble one takes with buying online. Which is why I’m actually took the time to write this.
It’s easy and comfortable to play, sounds great, and holds it tune. Wonderful instrument. Very happy with my purchase. Many thanks to Orangewood for putting out such a great product.
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