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Orangewood Sage Guitar Review

09/09/2019 Orangewood Guitars is a #digital-first# guitar company so, of course, you can go right to their website and buy directly (current price: $645.

00 USD) A hard case is included with every purchase.

While we tested the non-amplified version of the Sage , you can also choose to upgrade with the LR Baggs Anthem Pickup system.

Shop the all solid Sage acoustic guitar.

Grand auditorium cutaway body with torrefied spruce top, solid mahogany back & sides, ebony fretboard, and Grover open-gear tuners.

Free hard case included.

Set up in Los Angeles, CA.

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All solid acoustic guitars starting at $645.

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Orangewood Guitars has done even better than that by producing instruments that are both less expensive and better.

The LR Baggs Anthem pick up system amongst the best in the industry and the reviews will show.

Thank you Orangewood for saving me $1,000 to $1,400 (the cost of the other comparable solid body acoustics I was considering).

If you are on the fence on whether to get an Orangewood guitar , I encourage you to go for it.

The Sage is an excellent value.

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Fantastic!! Thank you so much, my Orangewood Sage Mahogany is amazing! This is my first guitar from Orangewood and I am not disappointed.

It looks and plays and feels like it was meant for me! Keep up the great work, I look forward to the next set of all solid wood.

14/12/2019 Orangewood Guitars Review Discussion in ‘ Guitars in General’ started by MontageGuitar89, Nov 24, 2018.

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Anyone heard of these guys?

Starts out at $125 for a pretty good sound (albeit I’m not a refined acoustic guy), good setup out of the box, and for a little more.

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