I have been very fortunate lately and have stumbled upon some amazing guitars from Dana Bourgeois for our inventory. This guitar is the best yet. Offered is this jaw-dropping Bourgeois OM-150, with just about every upgrade that Dana has to offer. This incredible instrument has been given: a premium Adirondack Spruce top with Dana's "Aged Tone" torrefaction treatment giving it a vintage tone and appearance; premium Brazilian Rosewood for the back and sides; full hide glue construction; "Aged Tone" lacquer finish; a cutaway for improved upper fret access; neck and headstock binding; 25-1/2" string scale; 14-fret Mahogany neck with Ebony fretboard; 1-3/4" bone nut; 2-5/16" string spacing; Brazilian Rosewood headstock overlay; antique Walrus ivory for the bridge and end pins; and gold Waverly tuners. Just tap test the top of this guitar and you immediately know it has been voiced to sing. Play a note or two and the liveliness of the sound board is immediately evident. The tone is clear and well balanced note to note. Built in 2014, this guitar is in as near mint condition, with extremely light surface wear consistent with very careful test play only. Most shops would be comfortable selling this guitar as new. It comes of course with it's original archtop case in similarly nice condition. Guitars in this price category are investments as well as instruments to be played and heard. This instrument is one which scores highly in all of those categories. A new example of this guitar would cost at least $10K with these woods, trim and cutaway. You can get this near mint example for substantially less. Just a magnificent acoustic guitar from Dana Bourgeois.

Year Condition Color Case
2014 Near Mint Natural Original Hard


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