Martin 00-18 (1940)

Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)
Martin 00-18 (1940)

Martin 00-18 (1940)

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This 1940 Martin 00-18 represents an excellent opportunity for anyone in search of a Golden-Era Martin with Red Spruce, scalloped bracing and a price tag that in today's fiery vintage market isn't on the crazy side. This is an incredibly big-sounding guitar for its size. It's got very impressive low end for a rear-X 00-size guitar, and the voice is warm & dry. In short: a great guitar for anyone who doesn't mind a few issues but demands the prototypical vintage Martin sound.

Like most older Martins, it has had the neck reset, a refret, and bridge replacement. It has a bridge plate extension, where a supplemented small piece of maple is added near the pin holes to guard against further ball-end wear. There's a patch in the treble side, where an old impact left a puncture wound; all structurally sound & immobile.   Priced with hard case. On consignment. 

  • Red (Adirondack) Spruce top
  • Mahogany back & sides
  • Ebony fingerboard and bridge
  • 1 11/16" Nut Width
  • 24 7/8" Scale length
  • 2 1/8" String Spacing
  • Neck reset, refret, replaced bridge, bridge plate extender
  • Serial No. 75623
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