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Rainsong Studio Series S-OM1000N2 Acoustic-Electric Guitar Blemished - Like New
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Intimate orchestra body and Steve Miller approved N2 neck.

The RainSong Studio Series S-OM1000N2 Acoustic-Electric Guitar is the smallest and most refined of all RainSong shapes. It is their most comfortable and intimate guitar, with an immediacy of presence that makes it a favorite with the coffee house crowd. The treble, already a breathtaking attribute of RainSongs, and the carbon sound are simply sublime in this little guitar. A crystal bell clarity, balance, superb separation of individual notes, and an expansive dynamic range make the OM one of their most individually expressive guitars.

Because of Projection Tuned Layering, the OM is capable of strong projection. It won't rattle windows like the Jumbo or the Dreadnought, but the OM, when driven, packs a lot of power and punch for a small bodied guitar.

The N2 neck is a result of an extensive, long-term collaboration with the renowned artist Steve Miller and Master Luthier John Bolin. The neck design is based on a modified "U" profile that has been popular in guitars since the 1950s. The N2 has a substantial feel that is ergonomically sound and results in better transfer of string vibration energy to the soundboard. The N2 features a truss rod that is accessible from the head stock. Graphite does not warp or bow with changes in humidity and temperature. The purpose of a truss rod in the N2 is to allow customization of the relief to suit individual preferences.

Featuring a tough, non-glossy Fine Texture finish, the Studio Series scales back on flashy appointments to deliver the signature RainSong sound and playability in a rugged, road-worthy package. Includes case.

Rainsong Studio Series S-OM1000N2 Acoustic-Electric Guitar Features:

  • Soundboard: Carbon/Glass hybrid soundboard crafted using RainSong's Projection Tuned Layering technique. No soundboard braces.
    Body: Carbon/Glass hybrid body. No body braces.
    Neck: All-graphite N2 neck and composite fingerboard fabricated using RainSong's Performance Shape Casting as a single piece. Adjustable truss rod.
    Tuning machines: Chrome plated Gotohs with 1:18 gear ratio
    Electronics: Fishman Prefix+T
    Accessories: Tusq Nut, saddle. MOP inlaid Tusq bridgepins.
    Case: Customized gig bag.
    Finish: UV protective, Fine Texture finish.

Rainsong Studio Series S-OM1000N2 Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Depth at end-pin: 4.125 inches
    Lower bout: 15.25 inches
    Body Length: 19.5 inches
    Neck width at nut: 1.75 inches
    Scale length: 25.4 inches

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  • Best acoustic I've ever owned

    As reviewed by Skinvoyager on 6/30/2011

    I've been playing for 25 years, and up until a few months ago I'd only play Taylor's. I own a 314CE and a 514CE. The Taylor's are phenomenal guitars, but I was getting tired of having to adjust the truss rod all the time and I was having issues with humidity. I was aware of Rainsong guitars but thought they were a gimmick, and that they couldn't sound as good as my Taylor's. I was absolutely wrong. I defy anyone to tell the difference in a blind test. In fact, unplugged I'd say my Rainsong sounds better than my 314. The 514 is cedar, so it's more mellow. I play in an acoustic duo two nights a week, and this guitar is actually more lively and easier to play than my Taylor's. I love that it is consistent every single night. The only thing I don't like about it are the electronics, but I don't like any piezo pickup (although it's one of the best piezo systems I've heard). The Taylor Expression System sounds better. HOWEVER, I have something that sounds even better than the Expression System: the Takamine TriAx pickup. It's a black version of the LR Baggs M1A (Takamine licensed the technology...the black color looks much better than the cream LR Baggs). This is by far the BEST sounding pickup I've tried, and I've tried them all. The combination of the Rainsong with the TriAx is unbelievable. It's actually changed the way I've played--literally. For the first time, I've stopped using a pick all together. This setup is so dynamic and responsive I can strum lightly for rhythm, then dig in for leads and it's louder. Unbelievable. I also think the guitar looks cool. Over the past ten years or so, I've had maybe three or four comments on my Taylor's, always from guitarists. In the past few months I've had a dozen or so people comment favorably on how the guitar looks and sounds. Every guitarist that sits in is amazed by how it plays. I honestly don't think I'll ever go back to wood guitars again. I look at expensive guitars and say to myself that it's nice but it's not carbon fiber. I love knowing all of the problems associated with wood are now gone. I may not always play a Rainsong, but I think I'm hooked on composite guitars from now on.

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