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Oliver Jr. Mahogany

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A bit smaller - Oliver Jr. is modeled after Oliver, one of our fan favorite guitars. Don’t let the smaller body fool you. Featuring a solid top, Oliver Jr. delivers a bold and bright tone - making it so easy to love.

  • Body Shape: Mini Grand Concert
  • Top Wood: Solid Mahogany
  • Back / Sides: Layered Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Rosewood (Sonokeling)
  • Bridge: Rosewood (Sonokeling)
  • Pickguard: Insert Included (Self-apply)
  • Gig Bag: Included
  • Strings: Ernie Ball Earthwood Medium Light
  • Electronics: N/A
  • Tuners: Chrome Die-Cast
  • Neck Shape: C
  • Scale: 23.5"
  • Nut / Saddle: Bone
  • Nut Width: 43mm
  • Bracing: Scalloped X
  • Finish: Natural Satin
  • Overall Length: 36 1/16”
  • Body Length: 17”
  • Body Depth: 3 5/8”
  • Upper Bout: 10”
  • Middle Bout: 8 1/8”
  • Lower Bout: 13 1/2”

Watch Horace Bray Demo Oliver Jr. Mahogany

Professional Setup in Los Angeles

With our expert setup, your guitar is ready to play right out of the delivery box. All Overland models come freshly restrung with iconic Ernie Ball acoustic strings.

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Gig Bag Included

Take your guitar everywhere with our premium gig bag, made with comfortable straps and durable padding for extra protection on the go.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 320 reviews
83%
(264)
11%
(35)
5%
(17)
1%
(2)
1%
(2)
R
Ray
Oliver Mahogany Junior

Great guitar for what I purchased it for. It sits next to the couch and it's easy to pick up and fun to play. It was about $200 with an accessory kit and case which compared to other travel size guitars is a great deal. I have an all solid Yamaha that I don't want to get banged up. I plan to take the Jr camping this summer. I'm loving it's fit and feel. The sound is decent for what I'm using it for.

B
Brad O.
A surprising gem if I ever heard one. But try doing this instead...

Firstly, I never write reviews for anything, so that's saying a lot right off the bat. I bought this guitar about 3 years ago for my son thinking he would be interested in learning to play guitar since he always watched me play. He never really gained interest, so it mostly stayed in the gig bag in the closet. I would pull it out from time to time and play around with it for a few minutes, but I never really liked it that much. Compared to my Takamine or Taylor, it sounded flat and buzzy.

Then about 8 or 9 months ago, I got the idea to take advantage of the small scale and try tuning the guitar up from standard: way up. I went to Stringjoy and ordered a custom set of 80/20 Bronze (.009, .0125, .019p, .025w, .034, .044). I used the string tension calculator from D'Addario to find the appropriate sizes to maintain the same tension for the scale size. As soon as I put them on, I tuned them up A to A (like putting a capo on the 5th fret of a standard guitar). Let me tell you, this guitar has found it's voice! It shimmers and chimes like a 12-string, but without the hassle of having to fret twice the strings. The higher voice makes it easier to play and sing songs that might not be in the best key for you in standard, but don't feel right with a capo. But this guitar is not made to beaten. It likes a delicate touch and a gentle strum. It's then that the chorus-like resonance leaps through the sound hole. It's what acoustic cover songs were made for.

Open tunings are a dream with these strings, too. I've been playing FACGCE a lot on my other guitars lately, but shift that all up to A and it's a Midwest Emo dream. It sounds delicate but commanding. It really showcases the tonal range associated with this sized guitar.

I would suggest to anyone considering purchasing this guitar to try some better, thinner gauge strings and tuning it up. It might seem like a hassle to order a custom set of strings, but it is well worth it. The only thing was they forgot to put the optional pickguard in the bag when they shipped it to me, but I was not intending on putting it on anyway. I like the top to be as free as possible. Overall, a great looking, great sounding guitar for a steal of a price. I'm would buy more a couple more Orangewood guitars if I didn't think my wife would lock me out of the house for buying more guitars!

M
Michael B.
First Guitar

A gift for my 9 year old son who wants to learn to play. It sounds good and was ready to go out of the box.

Thanks for your review and your purchase! We are thrilled to be your choice for a young guitarist. Hope he enjoys the journey!

M
Mike C.
Beautiful Guitar!

I wanted something a bit smaller than my full size acoustic for ease of use around the house, for travel, etc. SCORE!! What a pretty guitar! Appears very well built, sounds great and already set up! I didn’t have high expectations not knowing the brand, but I highly recommend. I also bought an electric Ukelele and am equally thrilled. Thanks for the great surprise Orangewood!!

V
Vicki Myers
Nice sounding guitar

Was a Christmas gift for my husband. He absolutely loves the sound and especially the size of this guitar! Shipping was fast! Only drawback was we were a little nervous to open it as it had a huge gash in the box. You could actually see the case from the damaged part of the box. Wasn’t sure what to expect when we opened it. Ended up being fine. But someone was definitely a little rough with it! Overall a great little guitar!

Customer Reviews

Based on 320 reviews
83%
(264)
11%
(35)
5%
(17)
1%
(2)
1%
(2)
R
Ray
Oliver Mahogany Junior

Great guitar for what I purchased it for. It sits next to the couch and it's easy to pick up and fun to play. It was about $200 with an accessory kit and case which compared to other travel size guitars is a great deal. I have an all solid Yamaha that I don't want to get banged up. I plan to take the Jr camping this summer. I'm loving it's fit and feel. The sound is decent for what I'm using it for.

B
Brad O.
A surprising gem if I ever heard one. But try doing this instead...

Firstly, I never write reviews for anything, so that's saying a lot right off the bat. I bought this guitar about 3 years ago for my son thinking he would be interested in learning to play guitar since he always watched me play. He never really gained interest, so it mostly stayed in the gig bag in the closet. I would pull it out from time to time and play around with it for a few minutes, but I never really liked it that much. Compared to my Takamine or Taylor, it sounded flat and buzzy.

Then about 8 or 9 months ago, I got the idea to take advantage of the small scale and try tuning the guitar up from standard: way up. I went to Stringjoy and ordered a custom set of 80/20 Bronze (.009, .0125, .019p, .025w, .034, .044). I used the string tension calculator from D'Addario to find the appropriate sizes to maintain the same tension for the scale size. As soon as I put them on, I tuned them up A to A (like putting a capo on the 5th fret of a standard guitar). Let me tell you, this guitar has found it's voice! It shimmers and chimes like a 12-string, but without the hassle of having to fret twice the strings. The higher voice makes it easier to play and sing songs that might not be in the best key for you in standard, but don't feel right with a capo. But this guitar is not made to beaten. It likes a delicate touch and a gentle strum. It's then that the chorus-like resonance leaps through the sound hole. It's what acoustic cover songs were made for.

Open tunings are a dream with these strings, too. I've been playing FACGCE a lot on my other guitars lately, but shift that all up to A and it's a Midwest Emo dream. It sounds delicate but commanding. It really showcases the tonal range associated with this sized guitar.

I would suggest to anyone considering purchasing this guitar to try some better, thinner gauge strings and tuning it up. It might seem like a hassle to order a custom set of strings, but it is well worth it. The only thing was they forgot to put the optional pickguard in the bag when they shipped it to me, but I was not intending on putting it on anyway. I like the top to be as free as possible. Overall, a great looking, great sounding guitar for a steal of a price. I'm would buy more a couple more Orangewood guitars if I didn't think my wife would lock me out of the house for buying more guitars!

M
Michael B.
First Guitar

A gift for my 9 year old son who wants to learn to play. It sounds good and was ready to go out of the box.

Thanks for your review and your purchase! We are thrilled to be your choice for a young guitarist. Hope he enjoys the journey!

M
Mike C.
Beautiful Guitar!

I wanted something a bit smaller than my full size acoustic for ease of use around the house, for travel, etc. SCORE!! What a pretty guitar! Appears very well built, sounds great and already set up! I didn’t have high expectations not knowing the brand, but I highly recommend. I also bought an electric Ukelele and am equally thrilled. Thanks for the great surprise Orangewood!!

V
Vicki Myers
Nice sounding guitar

Was a Christmas gift for my husband. He absolutely loves the sound and especially the size of this guitar! Shipping was fast! Only drawback was we were a little nervous to open it as it had a huge gash in the box. You could actually see the case from the damaged part of the box. Wasn’t sure what to expect when we opened it. Ended up being fine. But someone was definitely a little rough with it! Overall a great little guitar!

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