You don’t see many lefty James Goodall acoustics out there, here is a 2011 Traditional OM (TROM) model, in near mint condition. Plays great, with Goodall’s typical shimmering response and deep tone. Very, very nice guitar. With original Goodall Ameritage case.

Goodall sez: “The Orchestra Model is a greatly favored shape amongst our Traditional lineup. It features a smaller, more comfortable to hold body size than the popular dreadnought body shape. Its tone is extremely powerful in the bass and midrange, with an emphasis on a broad warmth without lacking treble. All of our Traditional series models features a custom, partially scalloped bracing pattern which produces a bit more ‘boominess’ in the bass and midrange. The peghead and bridge have been redesigned for a more conservative visual appeal, with open gear Waverly tuning machines contributing to its charm. It is attractively arrayed with a herringbone marquetry rosette and top purfling, and a chevron marquetry backstrip. It has been designed especially with the flatpicker and the bluegrass player in mind.”

Condition: Preowned, near mint; Top: Master grade adirondack spruce; Back and sides: East Indian rosewood; Neck: Mahogany, Waverly tuners; Nut: 1 3/4; Width: 15; Depth: 4 1/4; Scale: 25.5; Binding: Curly maple; Purfling: b/w/b; Rosette: Abalone; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course);