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Webber Orchestra Model



R22 400,00


  • East Indian Rosewood back & sides
  • Western Red Cedar top
  • Wood binding & purfling
  • Scalloped & radiused bracing
  • Adjustable truss rod
  • Bound ebony fingerboard
  • Ebony bridge
  • Bone nut and saddle
  • Neck-to-body join 14th fret Scale lengths used are 25.4” for all steel string guitars except the 00 and parlour which use a traditional 24.9” scale length. Standard neck dimensions are 1 ¾” at the nut and 2 3/16” string spacing at the bridge. This slightly wider spacing give the guitars a less crowded feel and is much appreciated by most players.


New 2013 Webber OM Western Red Cedar top, East Indian Rosewood back & sides Waverly oval tuners. K & K sound mini electronics. Redlined hardshell case. The Webber Orchestra Model Guitar is a completely modern, evolutionary extension of a traditional, elegant design. This is perhaps the single best instrument for the musician who plays a variety of styles. The combination of a perfectly proportioned, medium depth (4”) 000 size body, with a dreadnaught-length scale, and scalloped & radiused bracing results in an exceptional guitar. The Orchestra body offers sensitivity and balance for the fingerstyle specialist, projection and presence for the flatpicking lead player, and volume and tonal variety for the singer.