Hugo Live Baritone Guitar

Get the low tone you love without sacrificing familiarity. Hugo features a 27” scale length and a solid sitka spruce top with pau ferro back and sides. Comes equipped with a Fishman Flex Plus EQ system for all your amplification needs.

• Body Shape: Baritone
• Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
• Back / Sides: Layered Pau Ferro 
• Neck: Mahogany
• Fretboard: Ovangkol
• Bridge: Ovangkol
• Pick Guard: Included (Optional)
• Gig Bag: Included

• Strings: Ernie Ball Earthwood Phosphor Bronze Medium Light
• Electronics: Fishman Flex EQ
• Tuners: Gold Die-Cast
• Neck Shape: C
• Scale: 27"
• Nut / Saddle: Bone
• Nut Width: 44mm
• Bracing: Scalloped X
• Finish: UV-Cured Gloss
• Overall Length: 41 1/2"
• Body Length: 20"
• Body Depth: 4 5/8"
• Upper Bout: 11 3/8"
• Middle Bout: 9 3/4"
• Lower Bout: 16"

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Glad I Pulled The Trigger

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.

Hugo Baritone👌

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!

Hugo Baritone

My new favorite guitar. Exceptional build quality and i will be purchasing more soon.


Very pleased

Very nice addition

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.