Eastman Guitars

In the short time since its start, Eastman Guitars has quickly become recognized for building very responsive, affordable acoustic and hollowbody-electric instruments. Hand built in China, Eastman guitars, mandolins, and ukuleles are available in a wide range of models to suit most any level of player. In 1992, Qian Ni, who had come to the United States from China to study music, founded Eastman Strings. Mr. Ni hired a group of established master violinmakers, and with their help, he established a large master violin workshop in Beijing devoted to the handcrafting of instruments—one of the first the world had known since the first half of the 20th century. In the short time since this workshop was founded, the reputation of Eastman Strings’ instruments for tonal quality and craftsmanship excellence has become a worldwide standard. They have since expanded their operation to include mandolins, guitars and ukuleles, all built to that same standard that the Eastman Strings name has become known for, with accessible pricing for the working professional or hobbyist.

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The Eastman E6OM is a versatile, comfortable guitar whether you fingerpick or strum: a great option for the musician stepping up to a solid-wood instrument!
799.00 USD
Body Size: OM
Top: Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
The Eastman AC320L lefty is the most accessibly priced solid wood Dreadnought guitar that we offer. The sound is woody and loud, and the action is easily and comfortably playable.
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Body Size: Dreadnought
Top: Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Sapele
Eastman's AC420 is a solid workhorse of a guitar, housed in a dreadnought shape. Hand built using top grade Indian rosewood and straight grained spruce.
879.00 USD
Body Size: Dreadnought
Top: Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Think the best darn ES175 copy you’ve ever seen. The name at the top does not start with the letter “G”, it says Eastman, but the price tag at the bottom is correspondent. The Eastman AR371CE is handsome, playable, and great sounding.
899.00 USD
Color: Sunburst
This is how a Jazz box should look and sound. If your need is a working mans jazz/blues guitar, that doesn't break the bank this is the one. In terms of sound and playability the last couple of Ar372 have sounded just as good or better than any newer 175's we have tried.
979.00 USD
Electric Body Type: Hollowbody
Electric Body Wood: Maple
Color: Sunburst
This Eastman Guitar E10P is finger picking delight! Snappy and responsive, with a wide nut to accommodate fingerstyle players.
999.00 USD
Body Size: Parlor
Top: Adirondack Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
The E10SS is Eastman's short-scale, slope-shouldered dreadnought with mahogany back and sides. This particular guitar has a very dry bass and direct, sizzling tone, nice for flatpicking and strumming.
1,099.00 USD
Body Size: Slope Dreadnought
Top: Adirondack Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
This Eastman Guitar E20D SB plays great and has a resonance well beyond it’s price-tag. This sunburst beauty is bound to fill your musical world with luscious tone!
1,199.00 USD
Body Size: Dreadnought
Top: Adirondack Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
The Eastman Guitar E20SS is without a doubt, one of the best slope shoulder dreadnoughts out there for the money. For flatpicking and fingerpicking, this is a terrific and affordable choice. Bright, responsive, and powerful!
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The Eastman Guitars E6D-12 12-string dreadnought is a great choice for anyone looking to add a playable, jangly, big-sounding voice to their stable of guitars without breaking the bank.
959.95 USD
Body Size: Dreadnought
Top: Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
The E8OM is a stunner of a guitar. Big sound, bell like tone, and great playability. It has a full fingerpicked sound, but is a great strummed or crosspicked instrument as well.
999.00 USD
Body Size: OM
Top: Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Eastman T386 is an amazing ES335 copy but way less expensive. Handsome, playable, great sounding. The pick ups are warm and well balanced, with plenty of output. As far as we’re concerned this is better than a copy it is a true contender in the hollow body electric market.
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899.00 USD
Electric Body Type: Semi-Hollow
Electric Body Wood: Maple
Color: Red
This Eastman MD305 is a classic carved top A-style mando with a nice, balanced, woody sound. Definitely a great-playing, great-sounding mandolin that is a perfect fit for beginners and intermediate players across a wide variety of styles.
479.00 USD
Top: Spruce
Back & Sides: Maple
Mandolin Style: A Style with F-Holes
The Eastman MD315 F style mandolin is a great, woody player for the money. This hand carved mandolin is clear and crisp with solid projection.
699.00 USD
Top: Spruce
Back & Sides: Maple
Mandolin Style: F Style with F-Holes
The Eastman MD505 mandolin is an attractive step-up model that gives a loud, balanced, sweet sound that’s good for most styles from Celtic or classical to old-time.
699.00 USD
Top: Spruce
Back & Sides: Maple
Mandolin Style: A Style with F-Holes
The Eastman EUT3 is a mid-priced tenor uke with some very deluxe appointments, and a nice, mellow tone. We have consistently been impressed by Eastman’s workmanship and accessible prices, but these ukuleles are fairly jaw-dropping!
430.00 USD
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