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Port Orchard, WA
USA

253-327-9583

We have an Oceana ukulele waiting for you to play... be it the songs of the Islands, or gypsies, pirates, punk rockers, or the deep down blues. We pour our hearts and souls into our ukuleles, it's up to you to make it sing!  Oceana Ukuleles, makers of finely crafted instruments.

Oceana Folk Guitar

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Each Oceana Ukulele is built with the finest tone woods and materials available, no corners are cut, no effort is too great. If you have any questions about any of these instruments please contact us.  Check out what our delighted customers have to say.

Oceana Folk Guitar

Front and back veiw of the Parlor sized Folk Guitar
Scalloped Fretboard
A very dramatic Mango wood back and sides. Oceana Folk Guitar
Nylon Folk Guitar
Oceana make ukuleles, guitars, and basses.
Oceana Folk Guitar
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Radius and scalloped fretboard
Hand made Rosette
Front and back veiw of the Parlor sized Folk Guitar
Scalloped Fretboard
A very dramatic Mango wood back and sides. Oceana Folk Guitar
Nylon Folk Guitar
Oceana make ukuleles, guitars, and basses.
Oceana Folk Guitar
IMG_8521.jpg
Radius and scalloped fretboard
Hand made Rosette
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Oceana Folk Guitar

4,950.00 5,450.00

This Folk Guitar has a rich and balanced voice with great projection. It responds well to a light touch as well as a heavy playing style without distorting! The nut is 1 7/8” wide (narrower than a classical and wider than a steel string). The radiused and signature Oceana scalloped fretboard give this guitar the smoothest and fastest fretboard you have ever experienced while maintaining the brightness of tone. The neck is a soft “V” shape that fits nicely in small or large hands.

This small bodied nylon stringed folk guitar was inspired by a few different guitars. Back in the day guitars were not divided into two groups “Steel String and Classical”. This guitar draws off a bigger history and defies the modern categories. A big, rich sound you might not expect from nylon strings, a blend you might say. Easy to hold and play, it only weighs 2.6 lb!

The beauty of this Sitka Spruce top (a reclaimed float log from Whale Pass, SE Alaska) and the Mango back and sides is stunning! This intricate wood rosette sets it off nicely, while combining the colors and woods of the fretboard and mango back and sides.

It has a high gloss finish which highlights the beauty of the wood and a matte neck finish which keeps the tactile area of the guitar smooth and silky for the player. I built this with a slot head and relic tuners which I felt captured the look of a 100year old instrument.

*This guitar has been displayed and shows slight signs of wear, discounted price reflects this.

This price includes a hard case!

Folk Guitar G256

Hand Crafted by Zac Steimle

Made in Washington State

Body: Mango

Top: Sitka Spruce

Binding: Peruvian Black Walnut

Neck: Mahogany

Fret Scale: 24”

Fretboard: Bolivian Rosewood

Fretboard Markers: Mother of Pearl

Rosette: hand crafted by Jesus Ortega

Strings: La Bella

Tuners: Relic

Finish: UV Cured Gloss

Guitar Valued at $5,400

Sale Price $4,950

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Folk Guitar G256

Hand Crafted by Zac Steimle

Made in Washington State

Body: Mango

Top: Sitka Spruce

Binding: Peruvian Black Walnut

Neck: Mahogany

Fret Scale: 24”

Fretboard: Bolivian Rosewood

Fretboard Markers: Mother of Pearl

Rosette: Jesus Ortega

Strings: La Bella

Tuners: Relic

Finish: UV Cured Gloss

Includes Hard Case

Guitar Price $5,400

Sale Price $4,950