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1994 Webber OM-C Cutaway Acoustic Guitar, Spruce & Figured Maple, Near-Mint w/ Case


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Up for sale, a 1994 Webber OM-C in near-mint condition and in perfect working order, complete with the original hardshell case. A one-man shop in North Vancouver, British Columbia, David Webber crafts only a few instruments a month to exacting standards. Webber's instruments are precise, consistently reliable and outstanding acoustic guitars, employing natural materials whenever possible and highlighting the natural beauty of the tonewoods chosen.

This OM is Webber’s take on the Orchestra Model body shape, measuring 15 1/4“ wide at the lower bout with a body depth of 4”. The tonewood complement comprises an X-braced Sitka spruce top, deeply figured blister maple back and sides, and a mahogany neck capped with an ebony fingerboard. The Orchestra body shape is prized for its prodigious volume and voicing that's sympathetic to fingerpicking. Capturing the power and low end clarity akin to a dreadnought, the maple back/rims yield plenty of brightness and treble detail. The cutaway ensures unencumbered access up the fretboard, and the tonewood complement is also ideally voiced for slide work, with the glassy note attack of ebony further accentuating the top end. This OM-C weighs 4lbs 7oz, professionally setup here at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar with 12-53 bronze strings and easy-playing action.

Neck Specs:

-Wood: Mahogany
-Shape: Slender C, full shoulders, measuring .815” 1st fret, .885” 9th fret
-Fretboard: Ebony
-Frets: Slender, virtually no wear
-Scale Length: 25 3/4”
-Nut: 1 3/4”, bone
-Headstock: Flame maple veneer
-Tuners: Schaller

Body Specs:

-Wood: Sitka spruce top, curly maple back and sides
-Bracing: X-braced
-Bridge: Ebony, bone saddle
-Plastics: Transparent pickguard
-Serial: Stamp on neck block dates to ‘94
-Label: Signed by David Webber

The gloss lacquer finish highlights the deep, three-dimensional figuring in the curly blister maple back and sides, with figuring extending evenly across the body with no bald spots. Stunningly kept for three decades, cosmetic wear is limited to just a couple faint finish scratches on the body as a whole. The neck has a pristine Martin-esque semi-gloss finish, highlighting subtle flame figuring in the mahogany.

The original black tolex hardshell case is included.