The Eastman E3OME Acoustic Guitar in 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.
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.
Whether you’re a purist seeking a guitar steeped in tradition, or someone with their sights set on a more modern instrument, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Eastman E3OME.
- Neck Material: mahogany.
- Fingerboard: ebony.
- Fingerboard radius: 12 inches.
- Neck Profile: Traditional Even "C".
- Nut: bone, 1-3/4 inches.
- Fretwire: 20 Jescar-FW43080.
- Scale length: 24.9 inches.
- Body dimensions: 15 inches by 4-1/4 inches.
- Sound port: none.
- Bracings: hand-carved scalloped X.
- Body Top: solid Sitka spruce.
- Body back/sides: solid Ovangkol.
- Arm contour: none.
- Bridge/saddle: ebony/bone, 2-5/32-inch spacing.
- Rosette: Classic.
- Truss rod: dual acting.
- Binding: top and back.
- Binding material: herringbone.
- Logo: pearl headstock.
- Inlay: pearl dots.
- Side dots: white.
- Bridge pins: white plastic with black dots.
- Body top finish: satin finish.
- Neck finish: satin finish.
- Hardware colour: nickel.
- Pickguard: tortoise shell.
- Tuners: open-gear Pingwell V93N 3+3.
- Electronics: Fishman Sonitone.
- Case: deluxe padded Eastman gig bag.
- Truss rod wrench: 4 mm.