We've got a long-standing love affair with the Martin 0-18 here at TME; and we're thrilled Martin has reintroduced it to their Standard Series. Here's what Martin says: "A welcome addition to the Standard Series, the new 0-18 has a scallop-braced Sitka spruce top with mahogany back and sides that serve as the foundation for this concert sized model. The combination of a short expressive 24.9” scale with a modified low oval neck shape and the high performance parallel taper allows for easy action and fast playability. Open geared nickel tuners with phosphor bronze strings and an ebony fingerboard and bridge complete the look of this classic parlor guitar." What do we say? No guitar delivers more tone per ounce than a Martin 0-18 -- and the volume these things are capable of is one of the most consistently surprising elements of anything in the Martin lineup.


  • Mahogany back & sides
  • Sitka Spruce top
  • Gloss lacquer finish
  • Dovetail neck joint
  • 1/4" Scalloped braces
  • Ebony bridge & fingerboard
  • 1 3/4" nut width
  • 24.9" Scale length 
  • 2 5/32" string spacing 

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