Furch Green OM-SR, Indian Rosewood & Sitka Spruce
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The Furch Green OM-SR is an elegant, all solid wood Orchestra Model guitar that will leave you wanting for nothing, at an accessible price point. Sitka spruce and Indian rosewood are a timeless pairing for good reason - these tonewoods, especially on this versatile shape, have a clarity, warmth and richness of voice that works equally well for fingerpicking and flatpicking. The entire body is protected by Furch's proprietary Full-Pore High-Gloss Finish, developed to enhance the resonance qualities of tonewoods with a 95% light reflection factor. The combination of finish and tonewoods provides a rich balanced sound across the entire tonal range with sparkling highs. Protection of instrument after the concert is provided with a high-quality Hiscox thermally insulated case. The combination of these elements makes the Green Series an excellent companion for any player.
- Model/body: OM
- Top: Sitka spruce
- Back and sides: Indian rosewood
- Neck: African mahogany
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Bridge and pins: Ebony
- Saddle: TUSQ fully compensated
- Binding: Faux ivory
- Rosette: Double ring with black walnut inlay
- Purfling: Five black and white lines
- Headstock veneer: Ebony
- Brace pattern: Scalloped X
- Scale length: 25-9/16"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- String spacing: 2-3/16"
- Serial number: 98139
- Case: Hiscox hardshell
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The Furch Guitars story began a long time before the company was officially established. In the 1970s, Frantisek Furch, a metalworker by day and a musician by night, faced the dilemma of complete unavailability of high-quality musical instruments in the then socialist Czechoslovakia.