Eastman E10OO-M

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Description

Inspired by the iconic parlor style, pre-war guitars from the 1930s, the OO is a short scale 12 or 14-fret vintage “blues box.” Our smaller bodied OO features a premium blend of select mahogany, solid spruce, and rosewood tonewoods. The smaller upper bout coupled with a larger lower bout and thin soundbox makes the OO a comfort to play and ideal for a smaller, quieter room. Favored by everyone from old blues players to folk and Americana, to virtually guitarists of any musical genre, the OO transitions playing styles seamlessly from fingerstyle to strumming to a bottleneck slide. From the back porch to the stage to recording sessions in the studio, the OO is a versatile guitar that fits into any players collection.

00, Non-Cutaway, Twelve-Fret, No-Electronics

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Details

Brand: Eastman
Size: 00
Type: Non-Cutaway, Twelve-Fret, No-Electronics
Neck Material: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-3/4″
Fretwire: 19 Jescar Nickel – Silver
Scale Length: 24.9″
Bracings: Hand Carved Scalloped X
Body Top: Solid Figured Mahogany
Body Back/Sides: Solid Figured Mahogany
Bridge/Saddle: Rosewood Through Saddle/Bone, 2-7/32″ Spacing
Rosette: Classic
Head Cap Veneer Material: Rosewood
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Headstock Style: AC Style
Binding: Body
Binding Material: White Multi-Ply
Logo Material: Pearl
Inlay: Dots
Inlay Material: Mother of Pearl
Side Dot Color: White
Hardware Color: Chrome
Pickguard Material: Tortoise Shell OM Style (Included in Case)
Tuners: Ping Open Gear
Case: Hard Shell Case

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Inspired by the iconic parlor style, pre-war guitars from the 1930s, the OO is a short scale 12 or 14-fret vintage “blues box.” Our smaller bodied... Read More
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Inspired by the iconic parlor style, pre-war guitars from the 1930s, the OO is a short scale 12 or 14-fret vintage “blues box.” Our smaller bodied... Read More
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This is the quintessential finger-style instrument. With amazing dynamic range, the Orchestra Model runs the gamut from subtle to bold. OM’s are art... Read More