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  • RocknwebRocknweb

    Great affordable Martin

    Martin & Co D CustomPublished on 08/01/13 at 09:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Model D16-type pre-war
    Dreadnought body
    Martin Dam X lightened
    Solid spruce
    Deluxe 19-ply rosette
    Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood
    Solid mahogany set neck
    Tuners oil bath or siglé Martin
    Nitrocellulose gloss varnish
    Double nets Bindings White
    Ebony fingerboard and bridge, bone nut, ebony and abalone pin
    Gold tuners oil bath

    delivered in case Martin
    certificate, lifetime warranty

    UTILIZATION

    Ergonomics is that of a dreadnought, the handle is so big that the D28 and the soft V nitrocellulose lacquer finish is not too sticky if it is not too hot ...
    The projection is good with low medium surplus characteristic that defines the typical sound Martin, acute …
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    Model D16-type pre-war
    Dreadnought body
    Martin Dam X lightened
    Solid spruce
    Deluxe 19-ply rosette
    Back and Sides: Indian Rosewood
    Solid mahogany set neck
    Tuners oil bath or siglé Martin
    Nitrocellulose gloss varnish
    Double nets Bindings White
    Ebony fingerboard and bridge, bone nut, ebony and abalone pin
    Gold tuners oil bath

    delivered in case Martin
    certificate, lifetime warranty

    UTILIZATION

    Ergonomics is that of a dreadnought, the handle is so big that the D28 and the soft V nitrocellulose lacquer finish is not too sticky if it is not too hot ...
    The projection is good with low medium surplus characteristic that defines the typical sound Martin, acute are not recessed. It sounds more globally oriented roots so picking a D28 but struming is quite valid through spruce table.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for picking, folk, country, pop and of course the blues.
    It accepts very open tuning and capo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So this is a neat and aesthetically guitar that has all the characteristics of traditional Martin studied but at a price. Produced in the rosewood finish between 2006/2008 it now has the background / fishplates classic mahogany.
    Overall it is equivalent to a small D28 and like all solid guitars they need a few years to open, this is not be the time to buy ... in any case, try it you might very well like
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