Offered is this superb OMC Custom built by Dana Bourgeois in 2011. Based on a 1930's era Martin, this guitar is also quite similar to the model Dana now calls his Soloist. This is a guitar that was designed to provide a cutaway model with the well-balanced frequency range and top end clarity demanded by fingerstyle players. This is a 14-fret instrument with a 25.5" string scale, a 1.75" bone nut and 2-5/16" string spacing. This beautiful instrument has a lightly torrefied Adirondack Spruce top, a vintage look which Dana now calls his "Aged Tone" tops. The back and sides of this beauty were made from a gorgeous set of Madagascar Rosewood and the body bindings are figured Koa. The resonance and bell-like tones of this mid-size guitar will amaze you. It has a voice that is lush with lots of overtones. The low end is surprisingly good, but it is in the mid and high frequencies that this instrument excels. The playability is superb with lots of touch-sensitivity. An LR Baggs end pin pickup with sound-hole mounted volume control has been added to facilitate amplified playing. This guitar is in near mint condition. It has seen only light fingerstyle play and the top is essentially spotless. You might find a few shirt button scuffs on the back of the guitar and a few string change scuffs on the headstock overlay, but you will really have to look to find them. The frets show no observable wear. This guitar comes in it's original TKL case with green lining also in marvelous condition. A new example of this guitar would set you back close to $8K, but this lightly played 2011 example can be yours for substantially less. Buy yourself a Bourgeois OMC. You will be very glad that you did!

Year Condition Color Case
2011 Near Mint Natural Original Hard


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