Martin & Co OMC-LJ Pro Custom Artist Edition
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Martin & Co OMC-LJ Pro Custom Artist Edition

OMC-LJ Pro Custom Artist Edition, Acoustic Guitar from Martin & Co.

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[NAMM] OMC-LJ Pro Custom

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Martin is presenting the OMC-LJ Pro Laurence Juber Custom Artist Edition at this year's NAMM show.

The OMC-LJ Pro Laurence Juber Custom Artist Edition features a rounded cutaway, and scalloped Adirondack spruce top braces. The Adirondack spruce top is combined with flamed big leaf maple back and sides, the bass is much more defined and the midrange more prominent and complex, according to the company.

Martin Guitars had this to say:

"Deftly accented by a Style 28 wood fiber rosette, fine herringbone top inlay, fine black/white wood fiber back inlay, HD-style zigzag center strip purfling, and grained ivoroid binding. The grained ivoroid endpiece is framed by fine black/white wood fiber inlay. The ebony belly bridge is fitted with a compensated saddle."

"The two-piece maple neck, like that on many archtop guitars, contributes generous sustain and features a "Modified V" profile and a diamond volute at the base of the headstock. The handsome black ebony headplate bears the classic Old Style gold "C.F. Martin & Co." decal and nickel Waverly tuners with butterbean knobs. The ebony fingerboard is unadorned - with no position markers. A grained ivoroid heelcap and chrome strap button complete the neck. In the fingerstyle guitar tradition, this Custom Artist does not have a pickguard. Aging toner on the body and neck, and Martin???s polished lacquer finish give this guitar unique, vintage-style patina."

Delivered in a hardshell case, each Martin OMC-LJ Pro Laurence Juber Custom Artist Edition guitar bears a uniquely positioned interior label personally signed by Laurence Juber and numbered in sequence. Authorized C.F. Martin & Co. dealers will take orders for the currently open-ended OMC-LJ Pro Laurence Juber Custom Artist beginning immediately and participating dealers will be listed at the Martin website, www.martinguitar.com.

You can visit the Martin Guitar booth #5454 at Winter NAMM in Anaheim.

For more information on this model, check out www.martinguitar.com.
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