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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: Included (Optional)
• 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 11/16”
• Lower Bout: 14 3/16”

WATCH HORACE BRAY DEMO OLIVER JR. MAHOGANY

Designed & Set Up in Los Angeles

All our guitars are professionally set up by our expert technicians for the smoothest "out of the box" experience for our players.

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Gig Bag Included

Take your guitar everywhere with our premium gig bag. The durable padding and comfortable straps provide protection for the guitarist on the go.

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The Pickguard is Optional

All guitars come with an optional pickguard to protect the wood and add a decorative touch. Please keep in mind! Once applied, it can't be removed.

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The Most Trusted Guitar Strings

We use Ernie Ball Earthwood Medium Light acoustic guitar strings to provide a crisp and full-sounding rich tone. 

Ernie Ball Earthwood medium light acoustic guitar strings

Customer Reviews

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Zachary C.
EXCELLENT!!

Was looking for a mini guitar with a mahogany top as well as back and sides definitely fits what I expected,thankyou orangewood! Also thank you to Bram with customer service for being so kind and answering all my questions

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Rohan Thakker

Oliver Jr. Mahogany

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Norm K.
Like Guitar - FedEx was terrible

I was trapped in my house for 3 days because FedEx said the delivery was coming and then it did not arrive when they said it would. I live alone and porch pirates live for people who don’t take a delivery immediately. I would rather pay extra for shipping for USPS Priority Mail then to deal with FedEx!!

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Janelle Martinez-Cruz
The Besst Travel baby ever!

This guitar is the best travel guitar ever. Perfect for intimate performances.

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David C.
Great Bang to Buck Ratio

I've been messing with this little thing for a bit and it's great. There was a minor flaw on the headstock logo (and I like the old non-cursive logo more tbh) but aside from that, no real complaints with how it arrived. Great gig bag, set up was pretty good but I did have to do very minor truss rod adjustment, likely because it was shipped from California to Maryland during the winter. The frets could probably use a good polishing too, slightly scratchy when bending but enough playing will probably fix it anyway. I changed the strings to Elixir Phosphor Mediums and I think it gives it a slightly more chunky sound but I didn't mind the stock strings at all. No issues once I changed the strings, even with the difference in gauges. Tonally, this thing is great for fingerpicking across the board. Some people warn that it isn't good for strumming but I disagree. It doesn't sound as balanced as a larger acoustic might, it's very mid-forward and maybe even boxy, but it sounds great for certain genres - I can get some cool, almost lo-fi Neutral Milk Hotel, Mountain Goats tones out of it, and I like strumming it even more than my dreadnoughts for now. I like it more than I thought I would honestly - I mostly just got it because of the size and price - and kind of wish I had bought the Live version. Happy with Orangewood though, I'll keep my eye out and would pick up another mini from them if they release more.

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