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Furch OM32-SM

Other Steel String Guitar from Furch .

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Furch OM32-SMPublished on 12/28/13 at 17:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Table antiqued solid spruce top, back and sides solid mahogany, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, OM format 14 cases non-cash.

UTILIZATION

The neck is thin in width but somewhat thick, V-type I think also it's still a very comfortable guitar

SOUNDS

I tested side by side the furch OM 32 OM SM and SR 35 with rosewood back and sides, 32-SM seemed clearly more balanced with great relief, low beautiful and low mids, treble and warm mids, providing a presence missing in my view the rosewood version, this last can be wonderfully suitable to strumming, but at least lead or fingerpicking, by this characteristic deflation in the midrange, and treble less present and warm. SM 32 sounds......
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Table antiqued solid spruce top, back and sides solid mahogany, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, OM format 14 cases non-cash.

UTILIZATION

The neck is thin in width but somewhat thick, V-type I think also it's still a very comfortable guitar

SOUNDS

I tested side by side the furch OM 32 OM SM and SR 35 with rosewood back and sides, 32-SM seemed clearly more balanced with great relief, low beautiful and low mids, treble and warm mids, providing a presence missing in my view the rosewood version, this last can be wonderfully suitable to strumming, but at least lead or fingerpicking, by this characteristic deflation in the midrange, and treble less present and warm. SM 32 sounds really fabulous, rich and woody, warm, but balanced with a lot of relief and depth, I do have only a short time, but to be compared to a lot of models in size OM, Martin, Maton, Taylor, it is clear that the quality is definitely waiting for you for a reasonable price. I also tried some Furch with cedar top, which I did for once not terribly excited. Yet I find it perfectly versatile, whether strumming, fingerpicking or lead.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a short time, I tried Maton, Martin, Taylor, Lakewood, Furch etc. I particularly like his sound and relatively sober look, I would do without hesitation that choice, the finish is perfect, the Only downside for me is the slightly V-shaped neck profile which I've never really understood the interest, but hey you get used quickly.
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Furch OM32-SMPublished on 01/19/09 at 05:54
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This is a Czech manufacturing (A luthier for that matter), format "orchestra", not to say, 000 to Martin (see om).
14 frets non-cash, a nice kind old head with U.S. backing has the diamond back. Solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides. Ebony fingerboard and bridge, mahogany neck. Mechanical Gotoh Waverly patina finish half silky.
43 mm at the nut, 650mm pitch

UTILIZATION

The handle is a little bigger than a Dreadnought in hand, but it is a ame and this explains it. For me having big hands, it suits me perfectly. Very pleasant in the radius, the heel at the junction does not do so leaves a pseudo access to acute (and yes no cutaway on this model). On ergonomics, small size......
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This is a Czech manufacturing (A luthier for that matter), format "orchestra", not to say, 000 to Martin (see om).
14 frets non-cash, a nice kind old head with U.S. backing has the diamond back. Solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides. Ebony fingerboard and bridge, mahogany neck. Mechanical Gotoh Waverly patina finish half silky.
43 mm at the nut, 650mm pitch

UTILIZATION

The handle is a little bigger than a Dreadnought in hand, but it is a ame and this explains it. For me having big hands, it suits me perfectly. Very pleasant in the radius, the heel at the junction does not do so leaves a pseudo access to acute (and yes no cutaway on this model). On ergonomics, small size and low weight make it a discrete companion. Its look with his plate "Leopard" and his head is cracking me one old us, as to its varnish is a vintage merveille.J 'I chose a format without cutaway to make the most of the credit union and its vibration .

SOUNDS

Sound: Really there I found the gem. I tried many brands, it must be said that only models with taylor gc 7 of 28 and 000 at martin made me vibrate as much, but for a budget 2.5 times higher. An extraordinary balance (ie the interest of om for that matter), these low but not imposed at the expense of the rest, the perfect medium, and not too sharp lens that contribute to a good balance rest. Very soft on the agreement, each note is heard without being left behind by the previous solo improv for a game with a pick, it will show little percussive entendre.J and knows how to put him strings MARTIN SILK AND STEEL, for Hottest game, more jazzy. I also love the blues roots.

OVERALL OPINION

Since only two months into my hands, I will not let go. It is little wonder that confirms its value for money. To make the election again ?.... YES without hesitation. Furch and long life
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  • Manufacturer: Furch
  • Model: OM32-SM
  • Category: Other Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/15/2009

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