Hand made by skilled luthiers
Eastman guitars and mandolins are always hand-made by skilled luthiers, many of whom have been with the company from the beginning. Aware that each piece of wood is unique and must be treated as such, these luthiers ensure that the graduations and bracings are tailored for every instrument. And that’s exactly what makes this Orchestra Model from the new PCH1 (Pacific Coast Highway) series so special; you pay the price for an entry level guitar, but get superb quality.
The Eastman PCH1-OM Classic futures at a glance;
- Maple Neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 12” Fingerboard radius
- 25.4” Scale Length
- Solid Sitka Spruce top
- Mahogany Laminate back and side
- Double Acting truss rod
- Finish; open pore back/sides and Gloss Nitrocellulose top
Any kind of style
The Eastman PCH1-OM Classic has an amazing tone for a great price. The design was original inspired by the Orchestra Model body shape. These 000-size bodies with 14 frets are extremely versatile and comfortable to play. It has a suburb balance, clarity of voice and sustaining top register. The OM is often seen as the perfect finger style guitar. But it’s not surprising that more than a few players appreciate these characteristics not only for flatpicking but also for a variety of other applications.
So needless to say that this guitar can cover almost any style of music. Come to Max Guitar to hear for yourself what this beauty can do for you.