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  • redcarpredcarp

    a reference ....

    Martin & Co D-18VPublished on 05/09/12 at 02:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in Nazareth to us is an essential reference. Honduras mahogany neck profile v, spruce top, solid mahogany body, ebony fingerboard and bridge and dam and sculpted granted G. Monstrous sound in all registers. Mine is fitted with a piezo fishman natural II and the electro sound is also excellent. A small masterpiece of violin making.

    UTILIZATION

    V-neck, it needs to be done. After the adjustment period, I adore. ergonomics, well .. This is one of dreadnouth at Martin, I say more. the sound is excellent.

    SOUNDS

    we play everything with it, I even played the gypsy when she is really not made for that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful place to ocazz but rare on the …
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    made in Nazareth to us is an essential reference. Honduras mahogany neck profile v, spruce top, solid mahogany body, ebony fingerboard and bridge and dam and sculpted granted G. Monstrous sound in all registers. Mine is fitted with a piezo fishman natural II and the electro sound is also excellent. A small masterpiece of violin making.

    UTILIZATION

    V-neck, it needs to be done. After the adjustment period, I adore. ergonomics, well .. This is one of dreadnouth at Martin, I say more. the sound is excellent.

    SOUNDS

    we play everything with it, I even played the gypsy when she is really not made for that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful place to ocazz but rare on the market.
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  • yonyonyonyonyonyon

    Martin & Co D-18VPublished on 01/20/05 at 04:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in United States,
    while massive!

    UTILIZATION

    A perfect grip and enjoyable,
    a handle end and slightly "V" by approaching highs are accssibles trs,
    I think it is THE FIRST I play guitar which is also versatile: whatever the intensity of play has a balance and just rponse! in picking in rhythm solo,

    SOUNDS

    Perfect and hot
    unfortunately this is not a twelve string!! but not his default because it does not be a prtend,

    OVERALL OPINION

    I often jou the D18 to my uncle the 60s, this one sounds more accurate (because the series does not stem possde the indoor of the handle that makes it impossible to adjust, but It still sounds superb) but it looks like …
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    Made in United States,
    while massive!

    UTILIZATION

    A perfect grip and enjoyable,
    a handle end and slightly "V" by approaching highs are accssibles trs,
    I think it is THE FIRST I play guitar which is also versatile: whatever the intensity of play has a balance and just rponse! in picking in rhythm solo,

    SOUNDS

    Perfect and hot
    unfortunately this is not a twelve string!! but not his default because it does not be a prtend,

    OVERALL OPINION

    I often jou the D18 to my uncle the 60s, this one sounds more accurate (because the series does not stem possde the indoor of the handle that makes it impossible to adjust, but It still sounds superb) but it looks like normment!
    default only my taste, it's pretty average pickguard that would probably be better rendered in black ,,,,,,,,,
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