Orangewood Introduces First All-Solid Acoustic Guitars

First three vintage-inspired models will feature a torrefied spruce top paired with a solid mahogany back and sides.

Los Angeles, CA (July 31, 2019) -- Orangewood Guitars announced today the launch of the Highland, a long-awaited all solid guitar collection to add to the lineup of high-quality, accessibly priced acoustic guitars. Inspired by rustic timelessness and sleek playability, Highland is Orangewood’s collection of premium guitars geared towards seasoned players, as well as loyal consumers seeking modern options under $1,000. Three models will be unveiled as part of the collection: Hudson (Dreadnought), Ava (Grand Concert), and Sage (Grand Auditorium Cutaway).

Every guitar is made with torrefied solid spruce top to enhance the sound and stability with the look of natural solid wood and vintage-inspired tone. A hard case is included with every purchase and players can choose to upgrade their model with the award-wining LR Baggs Anthem Pickup system. As always, every guitar is professionally set up by expert technicians in Los Angeles, California.


  • Top: Torrefied Solid Spruce
  • Back / Sides: Solid Mahogany
  • Nut / Saddle: TUSQ
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Tuning Machines: Grover Open-Gear Tuners
  • Bridge / Bridge Pins: Ebony
  • Finish: Natural Satin Finish
  • Optional Pickup: LR Baggs Anthem

“After researching and testing for months, we are excited to announce the Highland Collection and introduce the Orangewood brand to the all solid guitar market,” said Eddie Park, Orangewood’s Co-Founder and Creative Director. “Our customers identify with the Orangewood brand because of the accessibility and inclusivity that is built into our foundation. With the all solid models we aim to welcome a new group of advanced players into our growing guitar community.”

Pricing information: The Highland Collection starts at $645 ($945 with the LR Baggs Anthem Pickup System) and is available online starting August 9th at – with free shipping to customers in the contiguous United States.

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