Martin Guitar's new 000-18E and D-35E Retro guitars have made their dayview at the Winter NAMM 2014.
The 000–18E Retro is based upon a 1940 14-fret 000–18 “donor” guitar from the Martin Museum collection with a 24.9" short scale that produces a clear and expressive response. MSRP is $3,399.
The D-35E Retro is based upon a 1967 vintage D-35 “donor” guitar and features classic and enhanced D-35 appointments, including a three-piece back, black pickguard, ivoroid bindings and a certified European spruce soundboard with thin 1/4" width bracing. It further features East Indian rosewood back and sides, High-Performance Neck taper, and Fishman F1 Aura Plus retro electronics. MSRP is $4,499.
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