Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar

3372 Tenor Guitar
  • From £329.00

Solid spruce top, rosewood back and sides, four string tenor guitar now available with a Fishman fitted pickup as an optional extra.
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Description

From Ozark Professional instruments ... A much sought after instrument by tenor banjoists and guitar players wanting a different sound . This Ozark model plays well and has a sweet tone. Tenor guitars are usually tuned in fifths (usually CGDA, similar to the tenor banjo or the viola), This tuning is very "open" and it gives the instrument unusual voicing from both open and closed chords. The fifths tuning also makes for easy moveable chord shapes. The instrument is equally well suited to both rhythm and lead playing. Other tunings are possible, such as "guitar tuning" or "Chicago tuning" DGBE, "Irish" or "octave mandolin" tuning GDAE various "open" tunings, for slide playing and modal tunings. A Fishman pickup with an endpin jack socket can be fitted to your guitar (see choice options).

3372 Specifications...

  • Solid spruce top
  • Rosewood back & Sides
  • Maple wood binding on front and back
  • Maple veneered heal cap
  • Rosewood pin bridge
  • Strap end pin fitted
  • Rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot markers
  • Side dot markers 
  • Maple bound neck
  • Set of four die cast tuners
  • Natural Satin finish.
  • Optional Fishman pickup  

Eagle Puretone Tenor Guitar strings are also available, see link for details; http://www.eaglemusicshop.com/details1.asp/ProductID/5637/sid/254/Tenor-guitar-strings-C-tuning.htm


The dimensioins of this guitar are as follows;

Scale length - 54cm

Total length - 82cm

Body length - 40cm

Body depth - 8.3cm

Bottom bout width - 32.5cm

Waist - 20cm

Top bout width - 23cm 

 More information on tenor guitars ...

Tenor guitars were manufactured continuously by Gibson and Martin from the 1920s until the 1970s. National Instruments also made significant numbers of resonator tenor and plectrum guitars between the 1920s and 1940s, some of which were also used by jazz musicians as a second instrument. Dobro, another company formed by the Dopyera Brothers, as well as National Instruments, also built resonator tenor guitars.

Specification

Category Tenor Guitar
Instrument Top Spruce
Neck to Body 12 Fret to Body
Instrument Body Type Solid Top
Instrument Body Shape Tenor
Cutaway Yes
Factory Fitted Pickup No
Instrument Headstock Type Solid
Delivery & Returns

We will endeavor to ensure that orders are speedily processed and despatched the same day if at all possible.

Ordered items requiring setting up in the workshop will be despatched within 1-2 days using Interlink Express Next Day Delivery (next day being the day after it leaves Eagle Music Shop).

You will be informed immediately if there is a problem with any part of your order or if any item is 'out of stock'.

You can read our full deliveries policy here.

Should you not be entirely happy with your purchase, or you have ordered an incorrect item, Eagle Music is happy to refund your purchase (excluding postage) within 28 days providing the goods are in a fully resaleable condition (including the original undamaged packaging) and not featured within the Exclusion Policy. (Exclusions apply to selected products).

Please note the following exclusions:

DVD's and CD's cannot be returned unless they are faulty

Banjo heads cannot be returned once you have tried to fit them to your banjo

Harmonica's have a 7 day guarantee and can be returned within this time if they are found to be faulty

Goods must be returned to Eagle Music together with a covering letter and contact details so that the matter can be dealt with efficiently and promptly.

You can read our full returns policy here.

Reviews

1 reviews for Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar

Doug Bloomfield

by on 2013-11-19

For a relatively inexpensive guitar it sounds and plays very well.

Rated 5 out of 5

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 customer reviews
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