Guild OM-150CE - Natural

6-string Acoustic-electric Guitar with Sitka Spruce Top, Rosewood Back and Sides, Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Fishman Electronics - Natural
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The Sound of Rosewood in an Acoustic-electric Performer

Guild's OM-150CE 6-string orchestra acoustic-electric guitar is a marvelous instrument for the versatile guitarist that needs a high-quality performance tool. The OM-150CE's solid Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood back and sides provide clarity, low end, and projection. And the Fishman Sonitone electronics package ensures your audience hears all the nuance of your playing. The Guild OM-150CE acoustic-electric is comfortable, sounds terrific on its own, and is a powerful stage performer.

Guild OM-150CE Orchestra Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Classic OM orchestra body style
  • Solid tonewood construction
  • Discreet Fishman Sonitone pickup system
Classic OM orchestra body style

The OM orchestra acoustic guitar design has long been one of the most popular among acoustic guitarists for its balanced tone and clear projection. These qualities have made it one of the go-to body styles for fingersyle players who need each note to speak individually and with a full voice. But the OM orchestra body of the OM-150CE is also incredibly comfortable for guitarists who play live. Its compact dimensions hug your body without ever feeling too bulky, which is wonderful for those all-night gigs.

Solid tonewood construction

The voice of the Guild OM-150CE comes courtesy of a solid Sitka spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides. Sitka spruce is an industry standard for its great balance of stiffness and weight, delivering a loud voice with plenty of character. And Indian rosewood is popular around Sweetwater for the way it offers powerful bass response and a punchy high end. This combination allows the OM-150CE orchestra to work well in loud acoustic performances whether strumming or flatpicking single-note lines.

Discreet Fishman Sonitone pickup system

Fishman and Guild are two of the most respected names in the acoustic guitar industry. And Guild's quest for quality is why they chose the Fishman's Sonitone pickup system for their OM-15CE. The Sonitone system offers the rich acoustic tone of your OM-150CE through any amplifier or PA. And the design of the Sonitone system is discreet. The controls are accessed via the sound hole, so you won't have to deal with the hassles that side-mounted preamps can sometimes cause in other guitars.

Guild OM-150CE Orchestra Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
  • Acoustic-electric guitar that's well suited for performance
  • Solid Sitka spruce top is clear and powerful
  • Solid rosewood back and sides adds depth to the tone
  • Fishman Sonitone pickup is natural sounding and discreet
  • Bone nut and saddle efficiently transfer the string's energy
  • Comfortable 1.75" nut width
The OM-150CE is a Guild lover's dream performance guitar.

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Mid-sized Orchestra
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Natural
Finish Gloss
Top Wood Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides Wood Solid Indian Rosewood
Body Bracing X Scalloped
Binding Ivory ABS
Neck Wood Mahogany
Neck Shape C profile
Radius 16"
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Mother-of-pearl dot
Number of Frets 20
Scale Length 25.5"
Tuning Machines Vintage style open gear
Bridge Material Indian Rosewood
Nut/Saddle Material Bone/Bone
Nut Width 1.75"
Body Length 19.5"
Body Width 15.25" lower bout, 11.25" upper bout
Body Depth 4" lower, 3.5" upper
Electronics Fishman Sonitone
Strings D'Addario EXP16 Coated Phosphor Bronze (12-53)
Case Included Polyfoam case
Manufacturer Part Number 384-2505-821

Customer Reviews

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This guitar has a beautiful finish and is made of my favorite woods. It also sounds outstanding with or without amplification. The shape of the guitar makes it comfortable to hold. Guitars are few and between with strings spaced for my type of playing. This is it. The action is just came that setup required. I highly recommend this Guild to players with large fingers. One other thing, your sales reps have been very helpful.
Music background: 58 yrs. playing rock, country and gospel

All I had hoped for..

I can't believe no one has reviewed this guitar yet. It's an honor to be first. A little backstory is in order. I purchased a similar guitar (Fender PM3 Deluxe) recently and ended up returning it to the retailer as it just never quite fit my needs. Right out of the box this one felt like an extension of my body. I find it difficult to put it down. I've had very good experiences with Guild through the years (similar high praise for their M120E I bought 6 months ago) so it isn't a total shock to bond so immediately with this guitar. Sounds nice and warm, unamplified or plugged in. The action is very friendly. I can play for hours without any fatigue to my ever older fingers. (The Fender wore me out pretty quick.) Stays remarkably in tune, intonation is perfect, with or without a capo. I just love it. Money well spent. If I must find any fault I suppose it's that the Fishman preamp doesn't provide more flexibility in shaping the sound. Volume and tone controls are set inside the sound hole just as with the M120E.
Music background: 50 years of folk/ country rock and some classical
See also: 6 string acoustic guitars, Guild, Guild 6-string Acoustic Guitars, Guild Acoustic / Electric Guitars