SONGOLH

SONGOLH

Be Creative. Whatever Your Stage.

The SONGOLH’s refreshing, welcoming personality suits fingerstylists, but takes on a whole new character when you start to strum. Any professional guitarist will tell you that this can only be achieved with the right choice in timbers.

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Specifications

Body Type: OM Body Left-Handed Acoustic
Top: Solid Canadian ‘AA’ Grade Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Solid Select Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Binding: Mahogany
Purfling & Rosette: Herringbone
Hardware: Gold Bespoke Machine Heads
Back Centre: Herringbone
Nut & Saddle:Bone
Nut Width: 43mm
Finish: Natural Satin
Price: £449.95 RRP
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Should I Buy the SONGOLH?

The OM body of the SONGOLH was designed to guarantee a balanced clarity of tone from the crisp top end, through the well-defined mids, to the surprisingly full bottom end. The SONGOLH’s refreshing, welcoming personality suits fingerstylists, but takes on a whole new character when you start to strum. Any professional guitarist will tell you that this can only be achieved with the right choice in timbers.


SONGOLH Reviews

“Simply oozes character and warmth… Strings ring out with a lovely, piano-like clarity and a pleasing depth of tone… The overall tone is without doubt up there with the best…” – 4.5 out of 5 ‘Excellent’
Acoustic Magazine

“The first strum was greeted with a big, loud and joyful chime… It sounds sweet and tuneful strummed gently then really barks when you hit it hard. If it does have an upper limit, then we couldn’t find it.” – 92% Overall Score
Acoustic Magazine

Build & Finish

Using a higher grade of tonewood than you would ever expect to find in this price bracket, the all solid SONGOLH features a beautiful ‘AA’ Grade Sitka Spruce top, and select Mahogany back and sides, all subtly bound with Mahogany and finished with Herringbone purfling.

These higher grade woods will age perfectly, rewarding you every time you play, with clean lines and flawless finish a hallmark of the series.

What Does it Sound Like?