Acoustic Guitar Reviewed Brazilian OM

• OM-BA
• Adirondack spruce top
• Limited edition ‘Shipwreck’ Brazilian Rosewood back and sides
• Solid headstock with Thompson mother of pearl logo inlay
• Natural nitrocellulose finish
• Herringbone top trim with traditional three ring rosette
• Abalone slotted diamond and square position markers
• Waverly nickel tuners with butterbean buttons
• Bone nut and saddle
• Ivoroid body binding

This guitar was reviewed byAcoustic Guitar Magazine in their March 2015 edition. To read the full review and watch the video, CLICK HERE TO visit their site.

“With its powerful and immediate voice, deep resonance, and protracted sustain, Thompson’s OM Brazilian model is the sort of magical guitar that one seldom encounters, especially in a newly built instrument. Patterned after Martin’s original 1930s-era orchestra model, it’s made from that most venerated combination of tonewoods: a soundboard of Adirondack spruce paired with Brazilian rosewood back and sides. The result is a note-perfect recreation of a golden-era flattop.” – Acoustic Guitar Magazine

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