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Say hello to our beautiful Golden Princess - or Orlaith as she's affectionately called here in Ireland.

She's a modern interpretation of the classic acoustic reonator guitars made famous by brands such as Dobro and National. Now it's time for BTLX to get in on that gritty bluesy action.


The Orlaith is hand crafted with intense care and attention from the finest of materials - ranging from modern composites such as carbon fibre and micarta, to more traditional materials such as mahogany, maple, roswewood, oak, beech, birch, walnut and sycamore.


Your Orlaith resonator will be made uniquely for you. It isn't an off-the-peg instrument. Until the moment your order is received, your instrument exists only as raw materials in my workshop. That's when I get to work creating your unique one of a kind Orlaith.


Evey Orlaith resonator comes fitted with a spun alloy resonator cone for that uniquely bright, crisp and huge acoustic tone that we've all come to love from resonators, and for when you need some extra punch, we also include an on-board piezo pickup and preamp system.


Making one instrument at a time from the absolute finest of materials, we don't start work on a new instrument until the previous one has been completed, inspected, tested and signed off as perfect. This of course means that every Orlaith is a labour of love.

Made To Order BTLX Orlaith Resonator Acoustic

SKU: 364215375135191

    UK Shipping is only £12
    International Shiipping is only £15

  • Made To Order

    Please be aware when purchasing this item that it is 100% made to order.
    Until we receive your order, your guitar exists only as raw materials in our workshop. This means it will take a few weeks to produce, finish and post your guitar to you, but th etrade off is that you will own a completely bespoke instrument made 100% for you and nobody else.
    If you would rather not pay the full balance up front, you can email us to reserve a place in our production queue and depending on circumstances, the only cost will be a £50 non refundable deposit, with the remaining balance due payable upon completion and before the guitar is shipped.