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«  martin the German »

Published on 03/03/12 at 05:02
hand built in Germany. Nothing to do with the current Korean model.
Solid Cedar
splint and solid maple back
handle C
flamed maple pickguard
bone nut
preamp fishman classic 1 (best)

UTILIZATION

for use is folk and finger picking, the sound is too eccentric for the variety of play.

SOUNDS

the sound is very right (bottom maple) with relatively strong sharp enough lens. It is in the guitar luthier so it's all good. The bass is powerful. The preamp fishman plays its role perfectly, it retransmits the exact timbre of the guitar great.
I put much 1O.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 20 years, I had a martin dx1, a taylor none worth the Nash. I believe it was produced less than 100 copies so I will not ever revendrais.
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