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Oliver Mahogany Left Handed

Oliver features a grand concert sized body with Mahogany top, back, and sides, making for a winning combination that delivers a beautifully balanced tone.

• Overall Length: 40 11/16”
• Body Length: 19 1/4”
• Body Depth: 4 1/16"
• Upper Bout: 11 11/16”
• Middle Bout: 9 7/8”
• Lower Bout: 15 1/4”
  • Body Shape: 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: 25.5"
  • Nut / Saddle: Bone
  • Nut Width: 44mm
  • Bracing: Scalloped X
  • Finish: Natural Satin
  • Overall Length: 40 11/16”
  • Body Length: 19 1/4”
  • Body Depth: 4 1/16"
  • Upper Bout: 11 11/16”
  • Middle Bout: 9 7/8”
  • Lower Bout: 15 1/4”

Watch Cazz Brindis Demo Oliver 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 67 reviews
87%
(58)
12%
(8)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
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William E.R.
Oliver M Left handed Acoustic

The build was excellent. The action was excellent. But the string distance at the bridge and saddle is not evenly spaced. Example: l l l l l l ... I have 8 guitars and I have never seen this before. Uneven string spacing. I loosened the strings and realigned them, but when tuned back to pitch they revert back to the uneven spacing. Based on this I would be hesitant to purchase another Orangewood guitar.

Hi William - sorry to hear about this issue! We'd recommend checking your bridge pins to verify that the slots are centered. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at hello@orangewoodguitars.com.

P
Paul B.
Super playability and quality for the price

I have played acoustic guitars for 55 years, worked in a small shop that sold Martin and Gibson for a couple of years, and performed and recorded for about 9 years.
In 2020 I tore a ligament in my left wrist and, sad to say, it forced me to stop playing, unable to chord or play scales.
A couple of months ago someone suggested I learn to play left handed. I own and play 4 vintage Martins and the thought of risking that kind of $ on an experiment didn't make sense. I researched tons of guitars and played several. Finally, with super low expectations, I ordered a lefty Oliver. After lowering the action a little, this guitar plays really well. Starting over stinks, but I am impressed with the quality and sound of the Oliver. Not a Martin or Gibson, but sounds better than my Baby Taylor and really easy to play. I practice every day and it holds tune well. Great entry level guitar that plays more like higher end Yamaha or Alvarez...and better than some of the expensive, under par stuff that gets cranked out came out for the chain "Centers" and "Friends" market.

B
Bryan Stark
orangewood - oliver

the guitar is great, the action and sound are phenomenal for the price. the only concern that I have is that the pick guard does not lay flat so it is not sticking the best. do you have any guidance?

R
R.G.
The left handed Oliver

Well I have to be honest after receiving the right handed version with the electronic I was a bit disappointed with a couple of things. One I was not going to have my new guitar for a show and two OrangeWood doesn’t offer the “live” version of the Oliver to left handed players. Actually they don’t offer left handed plays many options at all. But with that said I love my new guitar. It’s sounds warm, the look is beautiful and the set up is fairly good.

C
Chris Sullivan
Great value

I’m quite enjoying this guitar it is a good value for money and sounds good, fit and finish is well put together. Thanks for making my purchase a positive experience. I normally don’t buy a guitar sight unseen but at this price point I must say I am well impressed,
Thanks again!

Customer Reviews

Based on 67 reviews
87%
(58)
12%
(8)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
W
William E.R.
Oliver M Left handed Acoustic

The build was excellent. The action was excellent. But the string distance at the bridge and saddle is not evenly spaced. Example: l l l l l l ... I have 8 guitars and I have never seen this before. Uneven string spacing. I loosened the strings and realigned them, but when tuned back to pitch they revert back to the uneven spacing. Based on this I would be hesitant to purchase another Orangewood guitar.

Hi William - sorry to hear about this issue! We'd recommend checking your bridge pins to verify that the slots are centered. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at hello@orangewoodguitars.com.

P
Paul B.
Super playability and quality for the price

I have played acoustic guitars for 55 years, worked in a small shop that sold Martin and Gibson for a couple of years, and performed and recorded for about 9 years.
In 2020 I tore a ligament in my left wrist and, sad to say, it forced me to stop playing, unable to chord or play scales.
A couple of months ago someone suggested I learn to play left handed. I own and play 4 vintage Martins and the thought of risking that kind of $ on an experiment didn't make sense. I researched tons of guitars and played several. Finally, with super low expectations, I ordered a lefty Oliver. After lowering the action a little, this guitar plays really well. Starting over stinks, but I am impressed with the quality and sound of the Oliver. Not a Martin or Gibson, but sounds better than my Baby Taylor and really easy to play. I practice every day and it holds tune well. Great entry level guitar that plays more like higher end Yamaha or Alvarez...and better than some of the expensive, under par stuff that gets cranked out came out for the chain "Centers" and "Friends" market.

B
Bryan Stark
orangewood - oliver

the guitar is great, the action and sound are phenomenal for the price. the only concern that I have is that the pick guard does not lay flat so it is not sticking the best. do you have any guidance?

R
R.G.
The left handed Oliver

Well I have to be honest after receiving the right handed version with the electronic I was a bit disappointed with a couple of things. One I was not going to have my new guitar for a show and two OrangeWood doesn’t offer the “live” version of the Oliver to left handed players. Actually they don’t offer left handed plays many options at all. But with that said I love my new guitar. It’s sounds warm, the look is beautiful and the set up is fairly good.

C
Chris Sullivan
Great value

I’m quite enjoying this guitar it is a good value for money and sounds good, fit and finish is well put together. Thanks for making my purchase a positive experience. I normally don’t buy a guitar sight unseen but at this price point I must say I am well impressed,
Thanks again!

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