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Sage Live

A stylish and versatile all solid cutaway guitar, Sage was made for the seasoned player searching for easier high fret access. With a warm, inviting tone and a sleek cutaway body shape, your best solos are yet to come. Comes equipped with the award-winning LR Baggs Anthem pickup.

• Body Shape: Grand Auditorium Cutaway
• Top Wood: Torrefied Solid Spruce
• Back / Sides: Solid Mahogany
• Neck: Mahogany
• Fretboard: Ebony
• Bridge: Ebony
• Pick Guard: Included (Optional)
• Hard Case: Included

• Strings: Ernie Ball Earthwood Phosphor Bronze Medium Light
• Electronics: LR Baggs Anthem
• Tuners: Grover Open Gear Tuners
• Neck Shape: C
• Scale: 25.5"
• Nut / Saddle: TUSQ
• Nut Width: 44mm
• Bracing: Scalloped X
• Finish: Natural Satin
• Overall Length: 41”
• Body Length: 19 11/16”
• Body Depth: 4 9/16”
• Upper Bout: 11 15/16”
• Middle Bout: 9 5/8”
• Lower Bout: 15 13/16”

Customer Reviews

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C.N.
A Fantastic Buy

I’ve had my Sage Live for about a month and a half now. I bought it because it fit my must-haves at a price I could afford and with free return shipping it was worth a shot. Let’s just say I’m very happy I took the chance. My primary use for the instrument is leading worship at a large church alongside a full band, orchestra, and choir. I was looking to replace my 15 yr old Martin D-16RGT solid rosewood dreadnaught with “budget” after-market electronics since the piezo pickup was pretty bad and the guitar was in dire need of an expensive neck reset. I wanted something that was made with solid wood, had a smaller body, and came with a better electronics package. At the guitar store, I narrowed my preferred sound down to a Breedlove Oregon Concert E (all Myrtlewood), and the new Taylor 314ce, but both guitars retail around $1,700-$2,000 and my current budget didn’t allow me to go that high. I actually bought an Eastman AC122-1CE and brought it home for a couple days, but couldn’t fall in love with it. The fit-finish and sound were very good for a $550 guitar, but just not to the level I wanted. Also, the tuners, soft case, and tinny-sounding piezo pickup were turn-offs. In order to have those elements upgraded individually it would have ended up costing close to $1,000 total. Instead, I decided to try the Orangewood since it had the same solid wood construction, but with a superior pickup, better tuners, and a hard case included.

I immediately fell in love with the sound and feel of my Sage Live. The fit and finish of the guitar is honestly not distinguishable from the Breedlove and Taylor guitars I had tried. In fact, I love the full-satin finish, binding, and no-pickguard look of the Sage Live so much that I think I prefer it to the others. It feels wonderful in the hand too. The pickup totally lived up to its name as well. It sounds great through our system and finally makes it sounds like I’m playing an acoustic guitar instead of a guitar-i...

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J.V.
Sage Live: Excellent as advertised

The Sage Live arrived in quick order. Monday order was delivered on Thursday in Southern Cal. Comparing it to other $1,000 acoustics w/electric pickups it is certainly at the top. I am not well versed with the electronics of any acoustic guitar, but I can say that the LR Baggs Anthem is easy to use and understand. Sounds great into a 'clean' amp setup. I'll experiment with other tones and settings someday. The natural tones are awesome. No doubt they will age nicely. The playability is out of the box really good. I think after a month or so, I might want to experiment with some setup, but maybe not. On an aesthetic level it is simply beautiful. Understated (as many fine acoustics are), but quite appealing. All of the finish work is terrific. I find the headstock to be spot on. I wouldn't change anything. I'm not an accomplished player by any stretch, but this is an instrument that I am sure to be proud to play anywhere. It's a bargain.

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S.R.
Excellent Product

I’m not an audiophile by any means and have always played mid level guitars. The Sage Live is my first higher end guitar and it is easy to play it looks great and most importantly sounds awesome! Definitely rivals my friends Taylor that I’ve played. My guitar did have a chip in the wood upon arrival but the exchange process was simple and easy. I’m 100% sure I’m getting another Orangewood guitar in the near future. I’m gonna need to grow an extra set of hands though cuz I won’t be able to put either guitar down 😀 Thanks for making an excellent product at a reasonable price!

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R.B.
New Sage Live - BB in New Orleans

I am very pleased with this find. The O' Wood add for the Sage in Vintage Guitar Mag caught my eye...the guitar has beautiful lines, wood tones and styling. I then absorbed a few video reviews on-line and was convinced to roll the dice. This guitar is the best sub - 1K guitar I have ever seen and played. Has very strong, well balanced, warm tonal response for ALL styles ( strumming, fingerstyle, jazz, segmented flat picking, etc). without using the pickup. Orangewood truly created a very impressive & affordable instrument here....for any level of player. Wishing orangewood all the best & Peace to all.........Bobby.

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K.
I like it, but expected more

The box arrived with a huge hole in it, and I was surprised how little packing material was used, but it's undamaged and plays fine except the buzz on the open A string, but I can fix that. I would like it to have included instructions for changing the battery in the electronics, I will just figure it out when the time comes. For the price the guitar feels a little flimsy to me, it plays well and I like the sound, I don't regret my purchase, I just expected a little more.

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