Westerly Collection is made up of four sub-series, the Archbacks (with flat tops and contoured backs), 120, 140, and 150. Archbacks are the most affordable, starting around the $500 mark, while the most expensive 150s hover between $1,000 and $1,300.
Westerly OM-140CE comes in with a cutaway orchestra body, glued-in neck (14th fret dovetail joint), Fishman electronics, and Guild hardware. Standard Westerly colors, Natural and Antique Sunburst, make up the color palette. Main construction features include mahogany body base (solid back and sides), solid Sitka spruce top (ABS binding, tortoise shell pickguard, triple circle rosette), mahogany neck (C profile), and 20-fret rosewood fingerboard (25-1/2" scale, dot inlays, bone nut).
Other notable features include a fixed rosewood bridge, Guild tuners, and Fishman Sonitone/Sonicore electronics unit.
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