A new collection of solid-top acoustic guitars starting at $195.

Los Angeles, CA (July 16, 2018) -- Orangewood, a new generation guitar brand based in Orange, CA, unveiled the first collection of solid top acoustic guitars starting at $195. The Overland Collection features a solid top available in Mahogany, Cedar, and Spruce – delivering a well-balanced tone with clarity and depth.

Largely driven by the millennials and Gen Z consumers, Orangewood is an ecommerce guitar brand founded to inspire the next generation of musicians by making quality guitars more affordable and accessible. In addition to the direct-to-consumer price advantage, every single guitar is professionally set up before shipping for the best “out of box” experience. All guitars are loaded with the Ernie Ball Earthwood strings.

Overland Collection includes the following models:

  • Oliver: A Grand Concert body style guitar with a solid Cedar or Mahogany top, and Mahogany back and sides priced at $195.00.
  • Morgan: A Grand Auditorium Cutaway body style with a solid Spruce or Mahogany top, and Mahogany back and sides priced at $275.00. Equipped with the Fishman Sonitone preamp.
  • Austen: A Dreadnought body style guitar with a solid Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides priced at $195.00.

All Orangewood guitars are delivered with a premium padded gig bag. Available for purchase on Orangewoodguitars.com – with free shipping to customers in the U.S.

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