The OM or OOO body shape tends to have a very balanced tone across the strings, making them great all around guitars and perfect for fingerpicking. They have a clear tone, plenty of bass, but not the “boomy” bass of a Dreadnaught sized guitar.

The difference in an OM and OOO is generally the scale length, with the OM having a 25.5” scale and the OOO having a 24.9” scale. The shorter scale has less string tension which some players find less stressful on hands and fingers, and changes the tone ever so slightly.


Guitar Specs OOO/OM

Scale Length: OM-25.5 OOO-24.9”

Body Dimensions: L-19 ½”, D @ tail: 4¼” D @neck- 3 3/16” W-Lower Bout:15 ¼”

W @ waist-9 5/8” W@ upper bout-11 ½”

Total Length: 39 ¾”

Nut Width: 1 ¾”

Fingerboard Width @12th Fret: 2 1/8”

String Spacing at Bridge: 2 1/8”

Fret Crown: .080" w x .040" h

Tuners: Gotoh 510 Nickel

Nut: Bone

Strap Buttons: Nickel

Binding: Mahogany

Top: Sitka, Adirondack, Engelmann or Lutz Spruce, Redwood

Back, sides: Mahogany, Rosewood, Black Walnut, Padauk & Other species

Neck: Maple or Mahogany, one piece or laminated

Fingerboard: Ebony, African Blackwood, 16” radius, Unbound

Bridge: Ebony, African Blackwood

Braces: Adirondack Spruce

Finish: Lacquer

Includes Superior Arch-Top Hard Shell Case

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Also Available as 12 Frets to the Body

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