An historical model for the contemporary player.
When the OM (Orchestra Model) was introduced in the 1920’s, it was considered a large bodied acoustic guitar designed to be louder than other orchestra instruments. Today, with the Dreadnought, Jumbo and Super Jumbo models, we consider the OM a small bodied, yet pretty loud guitar, which fits finger picking and solo artists. The Santa Cruz OM model is a very clean guitar, you will not find on it any unnecessary ornaments and add-ons. It is clear sounding, has loud trebles and mid-range with healthy natural bass. It plays smoothly and is perfect for finger picking and flat picking.
|Body Type Family||Auditorium|
|Solid/Laminate Wood||Solid Body, Solid Top|
|Top Material||Sitka Spruce|
|Body Material||Indian Rosewood|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Neck joint at||14th fret|
|Scale Length (inch)||25.37|
|Nut Width (inch)||1.75|
|Pickup Active/Passive||No Pickup|
|Left/Right Handed||Right Handed|