A beautiful and versatile OM from Eastman!

This is the quintessential finger-style instrument. With amazing dynamic range, the Orchestra Model runs the gamut from subtle to bold. OM’s are articulate and comfortable to play due to their reduced body depth. Eastman takes a creative departure from the traditional by equipping our OM’s with a 24.9 scale length.

Neck Material: Mahogany

Fingerboard: Ebony

Fingerboard Radius: 12"

Neck Profile: Traditional Even "C"

Nut: Bone 1 3/4"

Fretwire: 20 Jescar-FW43080

Scale Length: 24.9"

Body Dimensions: 15" X 4-1/4"

Bracings: Hand-Carved Scalloped X

Body Top: Solid Sitka Spruce

Body Back/Sides: Solid Rosewood

Bridge/Saddle: Ebony/Bone, 2-5/32" Spacing

Rosette: Classic

Truss Rod: Dual Acting

Binding: Top/Back

Binding Material: Herringbone

Logo: Pearl Headstock

Inlay: Abalone Snowflakes

Side Dot Color: White

Bridge Pins: Ebony

Body Finish: Gloss Finish

Back/Sides Finish: Gloss Finish

Hardware Color: Nickel

Pickguard: Tortoise Shell

Tuners: Open-Gear PingWell V93N 3+3

Strings: D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze .012 -.053

Action Height: 12th fret 3/32" on the bass side and 2/32" on the treble side

Case: Hardshell Case

Truss Rod Wrench: 4mm

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • E8OM-TC
Finish
  • Natural
Categories
Year
  • 2020 - Present
Fretboard Radius
  • 12"
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Back Material
  • Rosewood
Sides Material
  • Rosewood
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Top Material
  • Spruce
Body Shape
  • Orchestra
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony

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