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Replay Guitar Exchange is proud to present this fantastic Martin 000-17SM acoustic/electric guitar in a comely Shaded Gloss color. This guitar was masterfully crafted in America from a stunning Sitka spruce top, a solid mahogany back and sides, and a tortoise brown binding. A modified low oval mahogany neck attaches elegantly to a rosewood fingerboard, offering excelled playability. An after-market pickup has been added for extra ability to extend your sound even further.

This guitar is in Very Good condition, with minor dings visible around the body being the only issue, and an estimated 95% of fret life remaining. Truly a one-of-a-kind instrument, the Martin 000-17SM is your one way ticket to a world of comfortable and articulate acoustic guitar tones like you've never had before!

As always, feel free to contact our store for more details, or with any questions.

Weight: 3 lbs. 15 oz.
Neck material: mahogany
Scale length: 25.5"
Nut width: 1.747"
Fingerboard radius: 16"
Neck shape: modified low oval
Fingerboard material: rosewood
Frets: 20, medium
Country of origin: USA
Hard shell case included
Replay Guitar Exchange

Replay Guitar Exchange

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Martin
Very Good
5 Years
Replay Guitar Exchange
Any Staff Member
813-254-8880
Tampa, Florida
4:52 PM
Monday - Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed

We accept all major credit cards and PayPal via our website, telephone, or in-store. We also offer no-interest financing options such as PayPal (on-line) and Synchrony Credit (in-store).

Free shipping on all orders! We ship to the continental US only --no international shipping. We typically ship via UPS Ground, but some smaller packages (like strings) will go US Postal Service.

You may return your purchase for a full refund within 14 days provided it is returned in the same condition with the original packaging, accessories, and documentation. Otherwise, a re-stocking fee may be assessed. Buyer is responsible for return shipping unless we have made some type of error.