1933 OM-28 in good plus condition. Spectacular sound with superb set up. Original with the exception of an old refinish probably late 1930’s to early 1940’s judging by the age of the headstock decal that was added at the time of the refinish. The decal also strongly suggests that Martin did the refinish work. This guitar retains the stamp at the back of the headstock. Tuners are correct along with bridge plate, bridge, endpins, nut, bar frets etc. The top has several cracks, two of which have been cleated internally and all professionally repaired. Minor small cracks at neck end of sound hole and a "popsicle" brace has been added to repair two cracks at the end of the finger board. Minor pick wear above and below the end of the fret board, between the strings around the bridge area and bottom of the pickguard. Also some minor case “patina.” Difficult to see heel crack also professionally repaired. Back and sides are beautiful Brazilian Rosewood and crack free, just minor signs of use. The back of the neck is smooth with a minor mark from a capo at the second fret. All bar frets are properly dressed and set up done by John Arnold. This instrument is visually attractive and plays wonderfully. New Martin hard shell case. At $21,000 this guitar is priced below market value in my opinion.
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