Santa Cruz OM

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.

Santa Cruz OM technical specifications

Manufacturer Santa Cruz
String Number 6
Body Type Family Auditorium
Body Type OM
Cutaway? No
Solid/Laminate Wood Solid Body, Solid Top
Top Material Sitka Spruce
Body Material Indian Rosewood
Fretboard Material Ebony
Neck Material Mahogany
Number of Frets 20
Neck joint at 14th fret
Scale Length (inch) 25.37
Nut Width (inch) 1.75
Finish Natural
Amplification Unamplified
Pickup Active/Passive No Pickup
Left-Friendly? No
Left/Right Handed Right Handed
Made In USA

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