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Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar
Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar
Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar
Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar
Ozark 3372 Tenor Guitar

Product Description

The sweet tone and superb projection of the Ozark tenor acoustic guitar, coupled with its smooth looks, prove irresistible to many players, including guitarists and tenor banjo players who are looking for a different sound. With a solid cedar top and rosewood faced back and sides and attractive natural satin finish, the Ozark tenor guitar is ideal for rhythm or solo playing, delivering plenty of volume with a full, clear acoustic sound.

The guitar is easy to play with a smooth mahogany neck. It has a 17-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot (12-fret to body) and chrome diecast machine heads.

The Ozark tenor guitar is designed to be tuned in CGDA; tuned in fifths, CGDA is the same tuning as the tenor banjo or the viola.

Alternative tunings are ‘guitar tuning’: DGBE or ‘Irish’ tuning: GDAE.

  • Solid cedar 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

The tenor guitar began to be manufactured by Gibson and Martin in the 1920's, providing tenor banjo players with a guitar-bodied equivalent of the banjo in order to compete with the influx of six-string guitars in jazz band rhythm sections. 



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