Here's a 1970 Martin D-41. Everything on the guitar is original....and just an overall outstanding playing & sounding example. The guitar recently had a neck re-set by a very well known luthier (who's done countless neck sets on every style & era Martin you can think of)....and the work is incredible. The action is butter from top to bottom, and plays effortlessly! Big, booming tone, that's not too boomy. Beautiful balance & clarity too. Sounds like a grand piano! Besides a tiny crack repair below the pickguard near the high E, the rest of the guitar is crack free. Couple small dings here and there, but overall in nice shape. Solid Spruce top, solid Indian Rosewood back & sides, Ebony fingerboard, Ebony bridge, Abalone rosette around the body & soundhole, Hexagon style 45 inlays, and Grover tuners. The guitar has a small headstock repair (see last pic). It was a fracture, as the headstock was never off the neck. That is completely solid and good to go. Dreamy guitar here that's pure elegance! High quality Martin aftermarket case included...
Before shipping, all guitars & basses receive a fresh, deep clean, along with a pro setup to your spec's! We are an appointment only store. All instruments are handled by SS Vintage employees only.
Weight- 4lbs 8oz
Nut Width- 1 11/16"
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