Franklin OM (USED, 1986)

Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)
Franklin OM (USED, 1986)

Franklin OM (USED, 1986)

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In the late 1970's and early 80's Nick Kucich was The Man when it came to OM-28 copies. John Renbourn, Stefan Grossman, to name a couple were huge fans and proponents of Franklin guitars. Based very closely on the classic Martin OM, Kucich captured a lot of that dry, woody Martin tone and you can hear it in this nicely preserved 28-style. Sitka spruce, Indian rosewood and a slim, soft V-profile neck make this at once a very familiar playing experience for Martin fans while offering a bit more clarity and sensitivity than a similar period guitar. 

Condition is quite good with a small repaired top crack (very small diamond cleat). Good action and minimal fret wear. Priced with Hard case.

  • Sitka Spruce
  • Indian rosewood
  • 1 11/16" Nut
  • 2 3/8" Bridge spacing
  • 25.4" Scale
  • Waverly Tuners
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