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“Fnatastic, but may be not at this price”

written by yuri_exim on 03/03/2019

I presented this guitar to my nephew for his birthday. He was very glad. The sound is fantasctic. In general, it was really a good thing to present, but if it is a bit cheaper, it'll be much more pleasent

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“OM7 WOW. UNBELIEVABLE SOUND. FOUND MINE IN A PAWN SHOP”

written by BebeSerrano on 07/02/2018

I was looking for another acoustic guitar when I saw this beautiful guitar. The sound that came out when I played it made me get my wallet out. I knew about these guitars before. I told all friends to look for one. They want to buy mine for more money than I paid.

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“I just picked up a Samick OM-7 at a local music store...”

written by kdanel on 09/07/2009

I just picked up a Samick OM-7 at a local music store and I love it. I compared it to the Revival RG-26. They both have Grover tuners. The RG-26 has a traditional headstock and the OM-7 has a "floretine" or "mandolin type headstock" design. The OM-7 has a solid Ceder top versus the RG-26's solid Spruce top. The OM-7 has Rosewood back and sides versus the RG-26's Mahogagany back and sides. Both guitars had good setups and great projection for their smaller body styles. The Revival had a brighter more crisp tonal quality versus the Samick's warmer tone due to the Ceder top. I got a great deal on the Samick and ended up spending about half of what the RG-26's, which is why I decided on it. I just could'nt justify spending the extra bucks on an instrument that I only will only gig with 2 times this year (I usually play electric guitars, but that's changing!)

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“Love this guitar. It is most definitely my number 1 in...”

written by on 25/10/2008

Love this guitar. It is most definitely my number 1 in my collection of guitars. It plays real easy and sounds professional. It came at a great price and is just right for anyone to play. I have been touring for 2 years now and I will always have this guitar on stage with me, even when I am playing my electrics!

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“Love this Samick OM-7 guitar, no other one like it....”

written by on 07/12/2007

Love this Samick OM-7 guitar, no other one like it. The action on the fretboard is amazing. The overall sound quality, quantity and tone is superb. I love this guitar not just for its quality and playability but for its looks too. Very sharp.

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“This Samick OM-7 acoustic guitar is from the Greg...”

written by grayn on 27/05/2006

This Samick OM-7 acoustic guitar is from the Greg Bennett range, made in Indonesia. It's a 20 fretter, with the neck joining body at the 14th fret. The top is solid cedar. The back and sides are rosewood (probably laminated). The neck is mahogany, with a rosewood fretboard and bridge.. The soundhole has abalonesque decor, with a nice tortoiseshell(like) scratchplate. These all come together to create a rather gorgeous, Martinesque style guitar, with creamy binding and a nicely, rosewwod fronted, headstock.
This guitar blows away all competition in it's price range and probably most that is 2, 3 and 4 times the price.
Don't believe me? Try one.

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