|Serial Number||1361913, built in 2009.|
|Pricing||$1499 CND with molded hardshell case. No longer available|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with unbound Richlite fingerboard, gold foil Martin logo on headplate.|
|Frets||Standard Martin frets with minimal wear.|
|Body||Solid cherry back and sides, solid spruce top.|
|Finish||Nitrocellulose lacquer finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Chrome Grover tuning gears, bone nut and compensated bone saddle, Richlite bridge; the pickup uses the MiSi Simple Jack endpin.|
|Playability/Action||This guitar plays just as you’d expect a Martin to. Clear and clean at a standard action, and plenty of room on the saddle if adjustments are required.|
|Case||Original molded hardshell case included.|
|Comments||In recent years, musical instrument makers have been experimenting seriously with ‘non-traditional’ woods and materials, largely due to conservation efforts and import restrictions. In this instrument, Martin uses cherry and European spruce for the body, with mahogany for the neck and Richlite for the fingerboard and bridge. All the woods and related materials used in this guitar are Forest Stewardship Council certified.But make no mistake, this is a Martin and it sounds and plays like one. It’s got the full, even warmth of tone you’d expect and is overall a very nice instrument.|
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