Wood Song Anvanced Acoustics deliver a combination of articulate sound,
comfort, and playability never experienced in guitars at any price
range.WoodSong Guitars collaborate unique designs, advanced technology, and
years of experience into a single unit of sound that will respond to
your playing technique the way a guitar should. We utilize classic body
shapes and alter crucial elements ever so slightly to provide a well
balanced and responsive musical experience in regards to tone,
playability, and comfort.
The Wood Song OM-TSB orchestra model acoustic guitar features some amazing advancements that will enhance your playing experience.
Zero Glide Nut
The Zero Glide Nut System borrows the zero fret concept by placing a
genuine nickel fret in the conventional bone nut itself. It provides the
ideal action over the first fret allowing for perfect playability. The
Zero Glide nut decreases nut friction by 93% greatly increasing tuning
stability allowing a string to return to its original pitch following
string bends and aggressive right and left hand playing technique. The
other benefit is the consistent tone of the open strings coming off of a
fret just as any other note of the guitar would instead of another
material such as plastic, bone, or tusk.
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JLD Bridge System
The JLD Bridge System is an advanced design that links the guitar's
bridge to the tailblock of the guitar. It greatly reduced the tension
load on the top from the pull of the strings and allows the top to do
its job - vibrate. By allowing the top to vibrate, the player will
immediately notice an increase in volume, tone, and a dramatic increase
The ErgoGlide top makes the guitar a comfortable instrument to play. A
slight roll-off slope on the lower bout of the guitar makes a full body
acoustic guitar feel more like playing an electric guitar. Even if
playing an electric guitar is not your forte, the Ergo Glide top
provides a comfort the player didn't know was possible on an acoustic
guitar. It also allows for the ideal right hand position whether the
player is fingerpicking or using a pick.