Nice sounding guitar unplugged or plugged in. However, there is a rattling noise whenever I move the guitar coming from the sound hole as if something is loose in there.
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I purchased a Morgan Mahogany Live about a year ago, it showed up in the mail and I loved the sound! Great tone and it has a boomy enough voice to enjoy. I was sad to see it came with minor fluke defect chip out of the bridge plastic that led to the b string sitting low, not buzzing out low, but enough for a picky particular person like myself to not be able to sit with the aesthetic of it. No questions asked, I was able to get it replaced immediately and had another one sent out. The second one came just as beautiful as the first and it was head to toe perfect as I am sure they intend with each guitar they send out. I play it every day and never get tired of the relatively easy string action. My house temperature fluctuates pretty wildly about 10 to 15 degrees every day so it's definitely taking a beating so I regularly re-tune it every few days when it gets off 1/4 of a step or so but it's most likely my neglect not keeping it more climate controlled in a case. Worth every penny.
I was like...what am I going to get for less than $300 in an Indonesian guitar? The online reviews about Orangewood guitars being well set up are true. So, great playing action, nice gig bag, and the pickup on the Morgan Mohogany sounds great through my Supra Blues King 12. No, it's not a $2500 guitar, but it definitely feels and sounds a lot closer to $2500 than $200. Worth it.
Having enjoyed the quality and buying experience of my Brooklyn, I couldn’t really pass this up when it went on sale. Another win. Set up very nicely, and has a wonderful sound. A bit more bottom end than the Brooklyn, and a bit warmer overall. Clean, understated presentation; very nice to look at. Not a defect anywhere, which is per usual I’m finding. Very pleased. It’s a pleasure to play.