Description

A well-loved ’60s D-18 with lots of character, a great feel and an outstanding vintage tone! Good condition with moderate cosmetic wear throughout including finish wear, scratches, and dings. This guitar has some older light overspray, replaced oversize bridge, added strap button on the neck heel and is missing a small finger brace. A very easy player featuring clean re-fret and a full neck profile with a vintage soft-V shape. This guitar has an excellent resonance with the quintessential dried-out, woody vintage tone. Lots of presence, great note definition and superb dynamics. Also, comes fitted with a built-in pickup and endpin jack. The perfect vintage player’s D-18 for writing, gigging and recording! Includes hardshell case.

Emerald City Guitars

Emerald City Guitars

1965
Martin
Good
Natural
Hard
12 Years
$4,995
Emerald City Guitars
Emerald City Guitars
2063820231
Seattle, Washington
4:41 AM
10am-6pm Monday-Saturday Closed Sundays

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As Emerald City Guitars continues to do more and more worldwide shipping our goal is to make sure your instrument or amplifier arrives intact. We take pride in our packing procedures using high grade packing materials and great care in assuring that our customers get their order quickly and safely. We make a point of forwarding all tracking information to our customers so they can stay informed on its progress pending arrival. We ship via UPS, Fedex and UPS. All shipments are fully insured through our private insurance carrier.

We offer a 72 hr approval on all guitar & amps (unless otherwise noted). Customer pays all shipping & insurance costs both ways unless otherwise negotiated by sales staff. Before returning any item, customers must call for a return authorization. Returned items must be in the same condition as when they left the store. Unauthorized returns will be refused & returned at customer expense. Returned items are subject to a 20% restocking fee.