This is our first guitar (OM-01) and is therefore priceless to us. Many of the aspects of this guitar have continued to the next guitars, most notably the logo sound port. This guitar has Indian Redwood back and sides with a Sitka Spruce top. The end wedge has Olive Wood, which I continue to try to add to other guitars.
This guitar has African Mahogany (Khaya) back and sides that has a beautiful grain pattern and Padauk bindings that provide a great red highlight to the guitar. It also has a Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany neck, and Ebony fretboard. As always, this guitar has a non-VOC all natural ingredient finish that provides a beautiful satin finish.
Finger picking on the OM-02 to hear the individual string sounds.
This guitar has a dark brown Pau Ferro back and sides that has a beautiful grain pattern and the flame maple bindings provide a great contrast. It also has a Sitka Spruce top, Spanish Cedar neck, and Ebony fretboard. As always, this guitar has a non-VOC all natural ingredient finish that provides a beautiful satin finish.
This is Andrew Scott playing his original song “Ocean” on the OM-03
This customer-commissioned guitar features woods inspired by the northwest Cascadian Bioregion and incorporates the Cascadia blue/white/green colors on the end wedge, rosette, and headstock. This guitar has Oregon Myrtle and Alaskan Sitka Spruce from the Pacific NW and California Redwood salvaged from old wine barrels. The neck is eastern rock Maple.
John Nortrup playing an original song “Northwest” on the OM-04
This customer-commissioned guitar features Quilted Maple back and sides and an Alaskan Sitka Spruce top. The rosette, bridge and end-wedge are all made from East India Rosewood. All the bindings are custom made for this guitar using quilted maple and rosewood.
John Nortrup playing an original song on the OM-05