McNally OM31, Indian Rosewood & Cedar
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Irish luthier Ciaran McNally's builds are a perfect combination of classic guitar design with a subtle Celtic influence. His OM is a wonderfully versatile guitar, slightly larger than some OMs for added bass response, but with no sacrifice in playability. This cedar and Indian rosewood OM is especially well-suited to fingerstyle, with its warm, articulate tone, quick responsiveness, and even, rounded voice. The reddish hue of the cedar is beautifully offset by maple binding, rosette, and b/w purfling, for an end result that is understated and archetypal.
- Body: Orchestra model
- Top: Cedar
- Back and sides: Indian rosewood
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Bridge: Ebony
- Headstock veneer: Ebony
- Binding: Maple
- Finish: Gloss AC
- Scale length: 25.4"
- Lower bout: 15"
- Depth: 4.3"
- Nut width: 1-3/4"
- String spacing at the bridge: 2-1/4"
- Serial number: 83
- Case: Hiscox hardshell case
- Year of build: 2021
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Why buy this guitar
- Ciaran McNally's take on the traditional OM is slightly deeper than some, for added bass response
- A simple maple binding and rosette with b/w purfling are understatedly beautiful
- The cedar top and Indian rosewood back and sides provide warm, articulate tone, perfect for fingerstyle
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Ciaran McNally has achieved a lot in his young years, having studied at Belfast's Lagan Lutherie School and London Metropolitan University's College of Furniture, Ciaran then worked as Senior Craftsman with George Lowden and Production Manager at Atkin Guitars before returning home to Armagh, Northern Ireland to set up his own workshop.