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Furch OM23-CR

For the fingerpicker. 

The Furch OM23-CR is a guitar for the fingerpicker who seeks for a more contemporary sound. It’s got sustain, resonance, round tone and is surprisingly loud which makes it a good pick for ensemble use.
Playing it, you will notice the healthy mid range frequencies it projects. This, along with Furch’s bracing method, brings out of the OM23-CR prominent harmonies even when played softly. 

The 23 line sits a bit above the mid level of the Millennium series and is the first to offer custom options like exotic woods and so on. 
We however, simply love the default features on it. the Rosewood/Cedar combination works well, the flower inlays and high gloss finish give it this stylish looks…what is there not to love.

Furch OM23-CR technical specifications

Manufacturer Furch
Series Millenium Series
String Number 6
Body Type Family Auditorium
Body Type Orchestra Model
Cutaway? No
Massive/Laminate Wood Massive Body
Top Material Solid Western Red Cedar
Body Material Solid Indian Rosewood
Fretboard Material Ebony
Neck Material African Mahogany
Number of Frets 20
Neck joint at 14th fret
Scale Length (inch) 25.59
Nut Width (inch) 1.77
Finish Natural
Amplification Unamplified
Pickup Active/Passive -
Left-Friendly? Yes
Left/Right Handed Right Handed
Made In Czech Republic

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