Built after the year of its introduction, this 1970 Martin D-41 is a lovely player's grade pearl top guitar. Although based on a D-28 platform ,the premium tonewoods of the 41 consistently deliver more shimmer and clarity than its lesser-adorned brother. This example has had some pro repairs in its 50 plus years: replaced pick guard, neck reset, and some light finish overspray in various areas. There is a short, but very tight, center seam gap over the end block and the strap button screw hole in the heel cap. The playability is excellent with a very straight neck, good fret height and standard action. The saddle shows about a 1/16" above the bridge.
Overall, this a very fine sounding example and priced as a player's grade instrument.
- Sitka spruce
- Indian rosewood
- Ebony fingerboard
- 1 11/16" nut
- Active Saddle transducer Pickup installed.
- Hard shell case