It's a Santa Cruz OM, but with "Grander" dimensions so the shape is more like that of a Martin Jumbo or a Taylor Grand Auditorium. It doesn't sound like a Dreadnought, but it does have the deeper bass and longer sustain of a larger rosewood guitar than a typical OM. Thanks to the fairly deep curve at the waist this body shape sits significantly lower on your thigh than a D model, so it looks bigger than it feels when you're playing it.

stock no. 56046

ModelOM Grand, Custom German Spruce
TopGerman Spruce
Back and sidesIndian Rosewood
Frets to body14
Nut width1-3/4″
Scale length25.375"
Bridge spacing2-3/16″
Bridge materialEbony
Fretboard MaterialEbony
Neck materialMahogany
BindingHerringbone, ivoroid
Bracingcalloped
Inlay2mm dots
Neck profileLow profile, V with Volute
RosetteHerringbone
Total frets20
TunersWaverly Nickel (4060)
FinishClear
CaseOrig. Hard
Serial No309
Weight4.38 lbs.