Eastman E10OOSS Adirondack/Mahogany Acoustic Guitar 5192  From Eastman

Sweet little mahogany Double-O with crisp, warm tone and vintage appoinments!

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What We Think

Eastman consistently nails vintage flat-top models and this double-O is no exception! There's vintage mojo everywhere on this box, the tobacco burst and open-backed tuners give it that decades-old feel. There's vintage tone, too. Gently sloped shoulders add a nice compression to the bass end of this guitar's tonal spectrum, the mahogany adds nice air the highs. This is the perfect guitar for someone looking to study the blues, or someone looking to try their hand at old-time rhythm guitar. The small size also makes this an excellent choice for a singer looking for a comfortable guitar to accompany vocals with.

Manufacturer's Description from Eastman

Our smaller bodied OO features a premium blend of select mahogany, solid spruce, and rosewood tonewoods.
  • Solid adirondack spruce top, solid mahogany back & sides
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About Manufacturer

Eastman Strings began in 1992, but its roots date back centuries to the violin and bow makers of the 1800s. By this time, violin and string instrument builders had streamlined their process enough by hiring specialized woodworkers who would assist them in the most time consuming tasks that there were plenty of quality, affordable handmade instruments. During World War II, many of the premier instrument makers had their towns and workshops destroyed, and some were even killed in the violence. Traditions that had been handed down for centuries from master instrument makers were all but lost, and the process of building by hand was replaced by large-scale manufacturing. After the war, the majority of instrument production had been mechanized, and in order for musicians to find decent instruments they would have to save enormous amounts of money for older, handmade instruments. Eastman Strings is returning to the traditions of the great string instrument builders of the past, and is bringing handmade instruments to musicians around the world at affordable prices. 

Eastman Guitars are fine handmade instruments at very reasonable prices. Their archtops and flat tops are made with solid, hand-carved tops, backs, and sides. They offer many of the traditional archtop styles in their Uptown series with options of different woods, dimensions, and pickups. The Thinline series, the El Rey and the Jon Pisano signature line offer some great alternatives, and feature the same kinds of customizable options. Eastman Uptown Deluxe series archtops are custom shop pieces with select AAA grade tone woods, wood binding with inlaid purfilng, and five piece necks.

For the flat top player, Eastman offers many different options in grand concert, orchestra model, grand auditorium, mini jumbo, dreadnought, and jumbo shapes. With these there are many different configurations of Sitka, Adirondack, and Englemann Spruce tops, as well as Mahogany, Rosewood, and Maple back and sides.  Between all of these quality handmade instruments we are confident that there is an Eastman guitar out there for any discerning musician. We also carry Eastman mandolins! 

With so many options, and with such reasonable pricing, it is no secret why we love Eastman guitars here at Sound Pure. We carry one of the largest inventories of Eastman guitars in the US. Our staff is extremely knowledgeable on the entire Eastman line. If you cannot find the Eastman guitar you are looking for in our vast inventory, we are happy to assist in a special order.

 

Specifications

Neck Material: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-3/4″
Fretwire: 20 Jescar Nickel – Sliver
Scale Length: 24-3/4″
Body Style: 00SS-14 fret
Body Dimensions: 14-3/4″ x 4-1/4″
Bracings: Hand-carved Scalloped X
Body Top: 20 year Old Adirondack Spruce
Body Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Bridge/Saddle: Rosewood/Bone, 2-5/32″ Spacing See photo for shape and style
Rosette: Basic
Cutaway: None
Slope Shoulder: Yes
Head Cap Veneer Material: Rosewood
Truss Rod: Dual Acting
Headstock Style: AC
Binding: Body
Binding Material: White Multi-ply
Logo Material: Pearl
Inlay: Dots
Inlay Material: Pearl
Side Dot Color: White
Hardware Color: Chrome
Pickguard Material: Tortoise Shell Vintage Style
Tuners: Ping open gear like all Tradtionals
Electronics: None
Strings: D’Addario EXP16 .012-.053
Tuning: E A D G B e
Case: Hardshell Case  

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