Throughout its colorful history, the Martin company has adapted successfully to continual changes in product design, distribution systems, and manufacturing methods. In spite of the many changes, C. F. Martin has never veered away from its initial commitment to quality. The concern for producing the finest instruments possible in 1833 is especially evident today at Martin’s facility in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
Today we’re featuring the recent reissue of the Martin 00-28VS. Believe it or not, this model was initially introduced in 1898 … and at that time was the largest guitar they produced! Of course today this little 14″ parlor style guitar is sought after for its exceptionally even string-to-string response with a fundamental-rich warm overall tonality!
* 1 7/8″ wide bone nut
* ebony fingerboard with diamond and square inlays
* 12 fret neck-to-body joint
* vintage style dart neck volute
* soft-V neck profile
* 24.9″ scale length
* tropical mahogany neck with dovetail neck joint
* bookmatched Sitka top
* premium Indian rosewood back and sides
* 14″ lower bout dimension
* 4 1/8″ deep sides at end pin area
* herringbone top marquetry
* grained ivoroid body binding
* ebony pyramid bridge with slot-thru saddle
* 2 5/16″ string spacing at bridge
* zipper back strip marquetry
* low friction matte neck finish
* gloss body finish
* Geib style hardshell case
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