Extremely minor ding to top. Shown in photos.
More Than Just a Name
The Orchestra name was given to this model in 1929 in an attempt to entice guitarists in dance orchestras to pick one up and take it to a gig. In more recent years, it has become a go-to instrument for finger pickers, due to its sensitive dynamic profile and subtle tonal properties. It provides a more carefully sculpted sound than a big bodied acoustic.
Eastman handcrafted acoustic guitars cover a wide range of playing styles and sound. The Traditional Series (model names beginning with E) bring back memories of the great instruments of the Golden Era of guitar building. Those were days when all work was done by gifted craftspeople, by hand using simple tools.
All Eastman acoustic guitars share that heritage. Eastman acoustics provide many choices of body styles and fine woods; perfect for many contemporary applications. These are heirloom-quality instruments which may be enjoyed by future generations of musicians.
Neck Material: Mahogany
Fingerboard Radius: 12″
Neck Profile: Traditional Even “C”
Nut: Bone 1-3/4″
Fretwire: 20 Jescar-FW43080
Scale Length: 24.9″
Body Dimensions: 15″ x 4 1/4″ x 4″
Bracings: Hand Scalloped X
Body Top: Solid Cedar
Body Back/Sides: Solid Sapele
Bridge/Saddle: Ebony/Bone, 2 5/32″ Spacing
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Binding: Top and Back
Binding Material: Tortoise
Logo: Maple Headstock
Inlay: Pearl Dots
Side Dot Color: White
Bridge Pins: Ebony
Body Top Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose
Back/Sides Finish: Open Pore
Hardware Color: Nickel
Pickguard: Tortoise Shell G-Guard
Tuners: Open-Gear Ping V93N 3+3
Strings: D’Addario .012-.053 #EXP16
Action Height: 12th fret 3/32″ on the bass side and 2/32″ on the treble side
Case: Padded Eastman Gig Bag
Truss Rod Wrench: 4mm
Actual Weight: 4.3 lbs.
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