Kostal OMC, Master Grade Koa & German Spruce - Pre-Owned
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It's rare to find a Kostal OMC on our Exchange, and even more so to have one available in the UK.
This Kostal OMC is a 2021 build and in immaculate condition. It offers a gorgeous set of master grade figured koa for the back and sides, with a German spruce top, with Jason Kostal's Florentine cutaway.
The one-piece mahogany neck is topped with an ebony fingerboard with ebony binding. The guitar features Jason's signature two-tone headcap veneer consisting of koa and ebony, and a purple theme in the stained glass rosette and decorative end graft, which really showcase the elegant visual elements that Jason likes to build his guitars with.
The guitar includes a fitted Hoffee hard case and both the guitar and case are in as-new condition. It is being sold via our Sell From Home service, and the guitar is currently located with the seller in the UK.
- Model: OM
- Soundboard: German Spruce
- Back and Sides: Master grade, highly figured Koa
- End Graft: Decorative
- Headcap Veneer: Two Tone
- Binding: Ebony
- Cutaway: Florentine
- Side Position Markers: White
- Backstrip: Ebony
- Bridge: Ebony
- Tuners: Gotoh 510 Cosmo Black/ Ebony
- Saddle: Bone
- Nut: Bone
- Top Braces: Sitka Spruce
- Back Braces: Mahogany
- Rosette: Stained Glass
- Back Headcap Veneer: Ebony
- Fingerboard: Ebony w/ Ebony Binding
- Body Joint: 14 Fret
- Neck: 1 piece Honduran Mahogany
- Scale Length: 25"
- Nut Width: 1.75"
- Pickguard: None
- Fretwire: Medium Tall
- Case: Hoffee Custom
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Based in Phoenix, Arizona, luthier Jason Kostal set up independently following four years teaching at the prestigious Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery, and an extended three-year apprenticeship with Ervin Somogyi.