Grand Auditorium Cutaway

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All Solid Collection
Starting at $895

All Solid Collection
Starting at $695

Solid Top Collection
Starting at $345

Solid Top Collection
Starting at $225

Layered Top Collection
Starting at $135

Ukulele Collection
Starting at $105

Watch Horace Bray Demo Mason

Watch Horace Bray Demo Mason

Professional Setup in Los Angeles

With our expert setup, your guitar is ready to play right out of the delivery box. All Melrose models come freshly restrung with iconic Ernie Ball acoustic strings.

Elegant Aesthetics

Designed for those that stand out, the Melrose Collection sports gold hardware, abalone detailing, and a stunning natural gloss finish.

Gig Bag Included

Take your guitar everywhere with our premium gig bag, made with comfortable straps and durable padding for extra protection on the go.

Go Live With the Fishman Flex EQ

Our Melrose Collection Live models come equipped with a Fishman Flex EQ System, featuring a built-in tuner and onboard controls for volume and tone.

Customer Reviews

Based on 248 reviews
This guitar is amazing

This is actually my second Orangewood guitar My first one was the Echo Dreadnaught I have to be honest about Orangewood guitars there is no other guitar in the industry that can match its craftsmanship Tone and playability at this price point to put this in perspective I Own a Taylor 914 2003 Fall limited an Alverez Yari 12 string so on so forth. I just received my Mason Live. Bang for your buck you cant beat it I am extremely Happy with both of my Orangewood guitars I own and would highly recommend it to any body looking for great playing and sounding guitar that wont bust your pocket book .

Vee R.
Mason live

I love it

Eric M.
Looks great, sounds cheap

I'm being honest, it sounds comparable to an $80 Jasmine acoustic i used to own. My $120 Yamaha acoustic sounds WAY better. I'm pretty disappointed.

Patrick A.
Mason live is in a Wonderful Guitar!

It's got everything you could need to play a Awsomeness

David M.
Mason Live

My primary guitar is a Larrivee D03R. I was on the lookout for a suitable candidate to serve as my secondary. Primary use would be alternate tunings and (even though the term does not fit) a Beater for grab and play convenience. It has surpassed these goals. The Mason is certainly a high-end beater. It plays a bit easier than my Larrivee. Set-up seems fine. No buzzing and no intonation problems. Fit and finish is surprisingly good and the very nice gig bag is just icing on the cake. The Fishman electronics work well. The only area it falls short in as compared to my $2400 Dreadnaught is its projection. As I was looking for a guitar that was well suited for strumming with a more jangly tone, I am well pleased. All in all, the Orangewood plays miles above its $2000 difference with my Larrivee. I only wish there had been something like this available when I was first starting. Bottom line is this guitar plays at a price point twice its cost. I am so glad I found Orangewood. Thank you.