Offered is this spectacular OM built specifically for Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center 60th Anniversary in 2018. This is the "sister" to the lovely 00 that we also have in stock as of this writing.
This lovely custom OM has a "High Altitude Swiss Spruce" top with scalloped Sitka 1/4" bracing. The back and sides are made from a fabulous set of Cocobolo Rosewood. It has a 45-style Abalone rosette, herringbone top purfling, antique white Boltaron binding and a zipper style back strip. The 14 fret Mahogany neck has a Modified Low Profile neck shape with the Performing Artist taper making it nice and sleek. The Ebony fretboard has a 16" radius, diamond and squares inlays and a 1-3/4" bone nut. It has an Ebony belly bridge with 2-5/32" string spacing at the saddle. The headstock has a Cocobolo overlay, an Abalone Martin logo and gold Gotoh/Martin tuners. The guitar has a total weight of just 4 pounds, 6 ounces. What a sweetheart!
As great as this guitar's specs are, it plays and sounds even better! Just check out the brief sound sample included below; this guitar sounds spectacular, with a nice balanced voice and that lovely tone that Martin guitars are known for. It plays superbly with 12th fret string heights of 6/64" on the low E side and 4/64" on the high E side.
To top it all off, this guitar remains in near new condition with no flaws of any significance. The frets are spotless too. It comes in it's original Geib style case, also in near mint condition, along with the shown paperwork and accessories.
If a Martin OM suits your fancy, you can't do much better than this lovely custom model, and certainly not at this price. Get yourself or someone you love an early holiday present with this lovely OM. This is a guitar that is sure to please!
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