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First question: Did I really need a baritone guitar? After receiving and playing the new Orangewood Hugo I am so glad I pulled the trigger. Playing songs in the lower keys changes everything. Second question: Which one to get? I played one of the big three much more expensive models and thought I would take a chance on the Hugo. I like the Hugo better. Better action. Slightly brighter to my ear but still has low baritone base I'm looking for. I am looking forward to the sound only getting better as it ages. My sixty year old Gibson Dreadnought is getting very jealous.
Im loving my Orangewood Hugo baritone
guitar. The sound and playability are amazing. I have however had to learn to sing my songs differently. Much lower range than my normal but spool worth it!
My new favorite guitar. Exceptional build quality and i will be purchasing more soon.
I've wanted to add a baritone guitar to my collection for a while. But I've had trouble getting my hands on one, and I didn't want to spend a ton of money since I wouldn't be playing it as often. With the cheap price and availability, I jumped at buying this one from Orangewood. It sounds great both unplugged and plugged in. I wouldn't say it is as good as a Taylor or Martin, but it is definitely better than comparably priced guitars. I suspect the sound will get better as the top breaks in. I wish they would offer these with Torrefied tops since that doesn't really add much cost in a manufacturing setting. The pickup is pretty good. The digital tuner that is part of the pickup system is pretty cheesy, I wouldn't depend on it. I played it live on stage this weekend and found that I sometimes bumped the volume controls, but I'm sure I'll get used to that with time.