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Martin & Co 00-15
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Martin & Co 00-15

Jumbo Steel String Guitar from Martin & Co belonging to the 15 series.

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lucaiou lucaiou
Publié le 12/30/08 à 12:07
USA made guitar.
Acoustic only.

UTILIZATION

Rather wide, flat handle that allows a good grip and easier game agreement and especially the finger picking.
CCAA acute limit is: we will hardly further than 15me box, but it is clear that this guitar is not destiny.
Ergonomics is excelente which is due to the small size of the body. Probably the acoustic guitar on which I felt most comfortable, much more than a jumbo or dreagnought.

SOUNDS

You should know that the sound is very particular what is the size of the guitar as utiliss wood (although it also has) nothing to do with the fact Martin D 15 (the dreagnought equivalent of this model). You can find here a very sound and very hot ron (especially in the treble) and the very low which will go round by slamming the Manir attack the rope. The sound is perfect for playing blues or jazz but still fairly limited both styles sound n'tant enough lens and "dry" for pop and folk music (my taste). The sound is fairly limited but perfect for the blues, is what we intended.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this guitar it there 's now 5 months and after having tried many more models (much ^ ^) or less onreux I do not regret my choice (especially since the price Dollar's era that I had this guitar 650 euros (against 1000 and a few euros Pigalle).
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