Here’s a prime example of why vintage Martin guitars made in the 1930s are among the most highly desirable instruments on the planet. They’ve got the look, the feel and above all, the tone that savvy musicians desire.
All the ingredients are here — the Adirondack spruce top, with Martin’s scalloped "forward" X-bracing, the small maple bridge plate, all working together to produce that strong, supportive bass, crystal clean mid-range and trebles that ring like chimes. This guitar plays easily too, with superbly comfortable action, due to a recent neck set. In addition, the 24.9” scale length allows players to move quickly and effortlessly up and down the fret board.
This instrument is in great structural condition, the neck is straight and true, and the frets show no wear. The only crack is a very short surface one that appears under close examination in the treble shoulder.
The instrument shows plenty of playing time, which, as many players theorize, contributes to the quality of tone, which on this particular model, is about as good as it gets. stk#VGG6023
$14,750.00 including contemporary hard case.